Choosing a PT from a range a greatly qualified group can be hard so getting to know each one individually can greatly aid that choice; so, I am going to use this opportunity to tell you a little bit more about me on a ‘personal’ level. I have always been very much into my sports, and since attending Leeds Beckett University where I studied Biomechanics and Nutrition, my love for the gym grew. I chose my career path to aid people become better off both physically AND mentally. I can’t wait to start helping people work on the best project they ever will work on -themselves!
Becoming a PT was one of the best things I have ever done with not only my career, but my life as well. I have worked with a huge range of different clients with different needs and wants but I am always willing and eager to learn more. I want to be able to train people with sporting needs, to weight loss needs, to muscle GAINZ needs. I want to be able to give people the inspiration and motivation to become the best they’ve ever been, and find a way to maintain that whilst living the lifestyle that makes them happy. I am also currently working with a youth group on their Strength and Conditioning; S&C is crucial for achieving goals, not only as a high competing athlete but also as a client working towards personal targets. Happiness is key to anything you do, and I want to make sure all my clients and GAINZ members have that.
I went through my football career with a lot of injuries which then swerved me in the direction of physiotherapy and learning more about how muscles and bones work when I was of a very young age. I became a qualified self-employed PT just before lockdown and ran online classes/1-1’s over Zoom which then turned into 1-1 PTs in the gym. Since recently moving to Leeds I have been lucky enough to find this great gym that I cant wait to be a part of.
- Sporting injury/rehab
- Weight loss journeys
- Short but intense bootcamps
- Strength building