east london PT
I qualified as a Level 3 PT in 2016 when I decided to follow my lifelong passion in sport, exercise, health and wellbeing. In 2018 I made the jump from full time digital advertising to a full time fitness professional.
I am a qualified Level 3 personal trainer, specialising in pre and post natal and indoor cycling and S&C for athletes.
I am also a level 2 British Triathlon Coach, Level 1 ASA swim teacher and Thirdspace Wattbike trainer.
For more information please check out my dedicated personal training page:
A BIT ABOUT ME
Sport, exercise and being active has always been an integral part of everyday life, from a mental wellbeing as well as physical perspective. Looking after my body, nourishing it with good food and pushing it’s physical boundaries has always been important to me.
I swam competitively from the age of 8, up to club and county level. I rowed competitively at university, and whilst carving a career out in digital advertising, I ticked over my fitness by swimming with masters and running in local charity events.
In 2008, I rode the London to Brighton bike ride, which lit a huge desire and passion for cycling.
Training and competing in endurance events are now a regular part of my life . I have completed 2 marathons, multiple triathlons, cycling sportives, and in 2017 I completed my first half and full distance Ironman. I might not be the fastest but I love training as a way of life and would love to inspire others to get the same.
In 2017 I completed my first ever Ironman race then competed in July 2018 for Team GB as an age grouper in the Aquabike at ITU Multisport World Championships.
My aim is to inspire women to be more active, realise their potential and push their boundaries. I think it's important to shift the focus away from aesthetics and onto being strong, active and healthy. So I want to inspire women into the world of cycling, swimming and triathlon.
There are so many fitness and sport communities out there who continue to inspire and motivate me. I only want to continue this inspiration. Fitness doesn't have to be about gruelling unenjoyable work outs or expensive classes. It can bring so much more. I want to share with you how sport and fitness can be about the journey, the stories, the raw emotion, the passion. It's about self discovery, improvement, progressing, adapting and being competitive with yourself. But most of all, it's about the community, people you meet.
I hope you enjoy the blog. I'm always looking for collaborations, please do get in touch.