Personal Training and Nutrition in Sussex
My name is Bryn Groves and if you will indulge me I would like to tell you a bit about myself and how this company came about.
I am, by training primarily a scientist, having trained and worked in science all my life, from the Ministry of Agriculture as a Higher Scientific Officer and then in the Food Standards Agency as a Senior Scientific Officer before retraining as a Science teacher in 2004 to enable me to spend more quality time with my then young family. I’ve taught in various schools both State and Independent and ran Departments in both. I love sport and fitness and decided to take the challenge and retrain once again, this time applying my science background to Personal Training and Nutrition.
I believe I bring something different to the table in both my personal training and in teaching other trainers. My in-depth knowledge of biochemistry and physiology enable me to tailor my training to each individual client at a fundamental level and my grasp of the more complex scientific concepts and my teaching background enable me to work especially well with injuries and rehabilitation in the Health and Fitness industry.
I also believe that if you succeed then I succeed, and I try and ensure a personalised and enjoyable experience for all my clients with real results that last because you will understand why you are achieving them.
Please feel free to give me a call and arrange an appointment for a free consultation to see whether I would be a good fit for your goals and hopefully we can take the first steps towards a new you!
We are very pleased to be announcing the opening of our very own studio in Ringmer. We have listened to our clients who are saying that they have found new ways of exercising outside…ways that help them to enjoy the outdoors and exercise with friends and family, without spending a fortune on gym memberships. However many people still want the option of being able to get a gym workout as well.
Maybe they want a weekly weights session, or a Pilates class to fit around their other exercise. Maybe they need to push themselves in a boot camp class. But they are put off by big, impersonal gyms with expensive memberships and questionable cleaning routines, run by young and inexperienced PTs.