I started swimming competitively at 7 years old and continued to do so for a further 10 years. At 10 years old I started to attend orienteering events with my family, which is cross country running whilst navigating around a course. This began coming serious when I was 14 and I upped my training levels. At 17 I finished with the swimming so I could concentrate in fitting in more running sessions. However, I did not have any structure to my sessions and I was not getting the results I wanted. So I got my own personal trainer and coach. He guided me in every aspect of my lifestyle and was always there for support, someone I could rely on. So I took my goal and ran with it, quite literally and competed for England in 2009. I am a qualified personal trainer myself and together we can work to achieve your goals.

 

 

I can also relate to the uphill struggles, suffering from Glandular Fever and an injury to the hip. I have never stopped trying though and altered my training regime to retain my fitness. I share these experiences with you as I want to express my motto in life: WHERE THERE IS A WILL, THERE IS A WAY.

So however big or small your goal is, I promise I will be with you every step of the way. Push you to 110% in training rather than 80% and help you take your goal and RUN WITH IT.

I am now a qualified personal trainer