Our 1:1 Personal training is built on trust. Bespoke programming and specific coaching in training, nutrition and mindset. Personalised to your individual goals and lifestyle, we’ll provide you with the support and accountability needed to achieve life-changing results.
More training, more accountability and the ability to build the body of your dreams faster with support from a thriving community of like minded individuals who want the best for themselves and others.
All of our private clients get personalised access to our exclusive members lab and VIP private support group. Providing further training, education and accountability throughout their journey.
“I am the fittest and strongest I have ever been and couldn’t imagine training anywhere else. Anyone looking for that extra bit of help and guidance The PT Centre is the place to go and you will never look back. Couldn’t recommend them more highly!” – Carly Jones –
“I now have a clear, defined training program and diet plan that have helped me work towards achieving my goals. I can’t believe the results!” – Ryan Butler –
“The PT Centre provided me with a diet and training program to compliment my personal situation. They listen to the needs of each client to ensure the right program for each individual” – Will James –
“My confidence has grown considerably and my body has ever been this toned, fit and strong. I can’t thank the PT Centre enough for all their support and motivation” – Hayley Bamber –
Of course you are. You haven’t had a proper night’s sleep in days, weeks, maybe months. You’re not alone. Estimates say as many as 16 million people in the UK suffer from sleeplessness and a third have insomnia. Sleep deprivation can contribute to irritability,
I’m going to start by asking you a simple question: when was the last time you took a few days off work that didn’t involve being sick or meeting another obligation?
Did you take the time to relax, reconnect with yourself and re-align your goals?
Mental health benefits of exercise: From less stress to a boost in self-esteem, exercise is as great for your brain as it is for your body. Most of us know the many physical benefits of exercise: weight control, lower blood pressure and increased energy, just to name a few. But what about the psychological benefits of exercise?