1-1 PT Cardiff

What is Personal Training?

Whether you’re a complete beginner or an elite athlete, having a personal trainer/coach can make all the difference to your success and progression. If you are prepared to work hard and make a few small changes to your training and lifestyle, you WILL get results.

FREE initial consultation

This is where it all begins: Sit down, meet your potential coach and discuss your starting point and where you want to take your fitness. As a trainer I don’t believe in taking shortcuts or shouting. I favour simple, focused plans with enjoyable training sessions alongside a sensible nutrition plan to make you stronger, healthier and happier.


Common reasons for choosing a Personal Trainer:

  • Weight loss & toning
  • Strength and conditioning
  • Running, triathlon and training for specific events
  • Nutrition plans
  • Weddings
  • Beach body / holiday workouts
  • Rehabilitation from injury

For beginners:

Everyone has a different starting point, and if you’re new to exercise it can be daunting embarking on a new fitness regime. The best place to start is by discussing your goals and designing a programme that fits in with the rest of your life. Start your fitness journey with some short term goals to aim for and let’s see what you can acheive! Check out my testimonial page to see what some of my clients are working on and what they have achieved this year.

For fitness enthusiasts:

If you already have an established level of fitness, it’s time to add variety, intensity and smart changes to your programme. Move away from your comfort zone with metabolism-boosting-supersets, high intensity training, body-weight strength work and suspension workouts. Use the latest techniques and train using compound movements which challenge your entire body. It’s also time to fine-tune the diet and learn the true value of recovery – master these 2 things and the sky’s the limit!

Fitness progression is much more simple, and attainable than we’re led to believe by popular media. It simply comes down to introducing a new stress, or routine change, having consistency and supporting your body as it adapts.