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Personal training for Dads

Lose weight - Feel stronger - Keep up with your Kids

  • Kick start your routine

  • Work on your strength, cardio and flexibility

  • One to one accountability

  • The session can be done in a gym. park or home

  • Online page to track your progress

  • Also available, 30min express morning workouts

  • Train early and get it done, enjoy family time in the evening

  • Local training only

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£30 for a 30min express workout

Online Personal Training for Dads

Lose weight - Feel stronger - Keep up with your Kids

  • Monthly video call

  • Online training program with videos

  • Nutrition plan

  • Lifestyle habits plan

  • Online page to monitor your progress and goals

  • Program for the park, gym, or home

  • Report back to me after achieving your goals

  • Paid by direct debit, cancel anytime

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£99 a month

Boxing fitness for Dads  

Sunday’s 8:00-9:00am Chinbrook meadows

  • All levels welcome

  • Non contact, fitness class

  • Pad and bag work

  • Boxing fitness drills

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£10 per class

Meet Paul, your trainer

Paul is a father, personal trainer and business owner. He has trained countless clients to fitness over the last seventeen years, passing on his knowledge and experience of fitness, nutrition and lifestyle advice. Here is a little bit about Paul’s experience in health and fitness and what has made him the trainer he is today.

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Sparring with the past

Paul felt the weight of responsibility for his family after losing his father to heart disease at the age of twelve. Growing up he found it difficult to hold anything down and find direction without a male role model. Until James, a Guyanese boxing coach stepped in on the scene. Boxing gave Paul the discipline and a place to channel his energy that wasn’t destructive.

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Enter the Brazilian

In the years to follow Paul tried lots of martial arts finally settling with Capoeira (a dance developed by slaves in Brazil to disguise the martial art). Capoeira was unlike anything Paul had learnt before, showing him the freedom of movement and allowing him to build the body strength, flexibility and agility needed to perform this art. Some of what Paul learnt back then is the basis of today’s training for clients.

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On the treadmill of life

At the age of twenty-two, he decided that he enjoyed exercise so much, it would be a good idea for him to start a career in the fitness industry.  He tried a number of things ranging from management, specialising in GP referrals, through to teaching classes, and finally settled on personal training. However, finding what he loved to do was only part of the story. He felt that he just wasn’t making the impact he wanted to see on people’s health. Coupled with the long hours working in the gym and training clients one-to-one after his shift, he noticed his own health and fitness took a knock. Eventually, the responsibility of high-risk clients in the cardiac rehab program burnt him out.

Today’s training for a new generation

The training and advice Paul offers today are so different from when he first started in the industry. He understands that the clients’ needs are so much more complex in the modern day and that there is a real need to get back to the basics. He has extended his repertoire to encompass more into his training plans for his clients such as virtual cooking lessons, detailed online programs for homework and a range of workshops which allows clients to understand the body in a new way.

Contact Paul 

To request a call back, fill out the form below.

Or call on 07815 068193

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