Hi, my name is Karen. Although I was no netball or hockey captain at school, exercise has become an integral part of my life.
I am a mature PT looking to mainly train others like me or older.
I’m aware of the pitfalls of getting older, but that doesn’t ever stop me and I feel pretty good on it most of the time. Why not join me in that feel good zone?
Is a ‘mash up’ of walking, running, cycling and anything else that I can fit in? Love a fun challenge: mud run (everyone should try one) maybe a hula hoop class (I’m awful). I try to include some yoga or similar.
If no time, I might do a ten min HIIT session. I try to mainly ‘eat clean’ and am very interested in nutrition and how our eating habits affect our energy levels.
Note: ‘eating dirty’ at times is always allowed! Healthy living should be fun, achievable and not a chore- or you will soon give up.
Sessions with me will be varied. We will aim for a combination of the gym with the great outdoors; as there are positive benefits to fresh air.
Tell me your aims or goals: weight loss, a sporting event, better eating habits, strength or balance. Or simply to become more active, which is a great place to start.
Whatever your aims and goals, I will do my best, along with your best, to get you there.
“You are never too old to start getting fit or fitter. We start to lose muscle mass from around 50 so it’s really important to keep even more active as we get older.
Even better news, keeping physically fit helps you stay mentally fit too. Recent research has found that physical exercise improves cognitive function in the over 50s. My motto: Stay FITTER for LONGER!”
"Karen is such a great motivator. I loved my sessions with her. Each session was varied so it was never boring (not that it ever would be with Karen!). She's full of energy and vitality, just what you need from a PT.”
"Karen is really good fun to work out with, naturally a brilliant motivator and I love her approach to fitness and healthy living,
working out in the great outdoors was also a refreshing change from the gym and her ongoing support keeps you motivated to keep going.”