Personal Training is about guiding you from where you are right now to where you want to be.
For me, it’s not about how much weight you can lift or following the latest trends. It’s about movement. It’s about creating exercises to help you move better so that you can either move away from pain or feel less stiff and able to do all your daily tasks much more easily.
Why choose me? I look at every aspect that will make getting results easier. Making simple adjustments to your daily routine to become more active will help you become more productive during the day, sleep better at night time, perform better in your favourite activities and have more time and energy to spend on yourself and those around you.
How It Works
This is where we have a chat about your goals, eating habits, sleep patterns and anything else that’s relevant and will help me provide you with the best service.
I’ll create a training plan based around how you currently move in order to help you move better on a daily basis. Every exercise is designed for you to help take you towards your goals.
Instead of cutting things out, I will suggest simple things to add in and practice every day that will create new positive habits. These will help remove bad habits quickly and effortlessly.
I’m here to guide you every step of the way so if you have any questions, no matter how silly they may seem, I’m here to answer them and help keep you moving forwards.
I had surgery around my knee which included my ACL being replaced using some of my Patellar Tendon and my MCL being cut then hemmed to tighten it. After physio I was extremely wary of exercising my leg too much and further damaging my knee. I spoke with Steve about the operation and what I had achieved through physio, but I now needed to strengthen my leg.
As well as helping me physically, Steve was very good at working through my mental blocks when I wasn’t sure my knee could take some of the exercises. This was probably as big a job as the physical stuff. Steve was excellent at breaking down the exercises, changing them slightly or getting my mind off my knee whilst doing them. This allowed me to see that my knee was capable of far more than my mind thought. I am now back training at Karate and preparing for a 100km walk. My knee feels great and my leg is continuing to get stronger. I would not hesitate to recommend Steve.