My fitness friend
I’ve known Sarah for a few years now and she has been my personal fitness trainer too. Sarah’s got a great attitude to food, fitness, cycling and life generally so if you’re looking for a personal fitness trainer that will tell it to you as it is, get in touch with her!
And in her own words:
My name is Sarah and I am a personal trainer based in Bath.
My background is training as an international athlete in the sport of modern pentathlon. Since retiring from international sport I have qualified as a personal trainer and sport massage therapist. With my experience of training in five different sports I can show you the best and most functional ways to achieve the best results.
I love to exercise, be it in the gym, outside cycling, or taking the dog for a walk. I don’t have one of those stories where I was overweight as a child. I was doing every sport going at school, and then swimming or running at weekends. I want my enthusiasm for exercise to rub off on you, so you can achieve those health and fitness goals you have always wanted.
Exercising can be fun. My sessions don’t involve sitting on machines in gyms. In fact, you don’t even need to be a member of a gym to do a good workout. Minimal equipment can be used to get great results in your home, garden or local park. I now train clients from my private studio in the centre of Bath, giving a personal environment so we can focus on your health and wellbeing.
I have been in the fitness world training clients since 2008, providing effective training sessions for clients of all ages from 18 to 80 years!
I am passionate about helping clients regain and restore their fitness both inside and out. I offer expert knowledge, encouragement and motivation to help you become fit for life – be it your teenage years and leaving home with some key exercise and nutrition strategies, to being fit for motherhood, to enjoying your retirement years with a spring in your step.
I believe it is important to work within a team to learn from others, which is why I work closely with a physio, chiropractor, and women’s health physio.
My take on fitness and wellbeing is threefold. A really important part is the mindset which often gets forgotten. Then nutrition makes up the next part of the triangle, with exercise joining the mix too. All three have to work together for a healthy lifestyle. My aim is to make these three elements as simple as possible to follow within our busy lives.
Personally, I still like to challenge myself and feel having a goal to work towards is important, so I now compete in adventure racing and cycle events in my spare time.
Two years ago it was mountain biking in South Africa in the joberg2c event of 9 days 900km, last year it was cycling Lands end to John o’groats.
If you are interested in doing some personal training contact me and we can have a chat.