Personal Training

 

 

 

If you're bored of your routine, want to learn some fresh techniques or simply just don't know where to start to achieve your goals then personal training is for you.

 

We have a unique offering of Personal Training to suit everyone from one-to-one goal setting, buddy training or small group training so we're confident you'll find something you're comfortable with.

So, what are you waiting for! Check out the team, find your perfect match and call us to talk about the right options for you!

The Team

Toby Lynch - Gym Manager & Level 3 Personal Trainer

Toby says "Great things never came from comfort zones!"

Specialises in GP Referral, Lower Back Pain Management (Level 4), Advanced nutrition for weight management, Indoor Cycling & Performance Gym Boxing.

Email Me! tobylynch@pfpleisure.org

 

 

 

Tom Hickey- Level 3 Personal Trainer

Tom says "It's not about being better than someone else, its about being better than you used to be"

Tom is level 3 in Advanced nutrition for weight management, TRX-RIP trainer and Core momentum trainer.

Email Me! Thomashickey@pfpleisure.org

 

 

 

Vicki Lucass - Level 3 Personal Trainer

Vicki says "Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change."

Degree in Sports Science
Kettlebells
Circuits
Powerplate Training

 Email Me! victorialucass@pfpleisure.org 

 

 
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Richard Putman - Assistant Gym Manager & Level 3 Personal Trainer

Rich says "Keep working until your heroes become your opponents"

Rich is a keen indoor cycling instructors and loves getting people on the powerplate for an intense workout.

Email Me! richardputman@pfpleisure.org

 

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Sarah Gatehouse - Level 3 Personal Trainer

Sarah says "I am a fitness instructor who is passionate and enthusiastic about achieving my clients goals"

Sarah specialises in Nutrition & Weight Management, Core Stability training, Kaiser Cycling & Performance Boxing!

Email Me! sarahgatehouse@pfpleisure.org  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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