If you are ready to give Crossfit in London a go and don't mind training in a group, whizz through to the official Crossfit London UK site at www.crossfitlondonuk.com
If, on the other hand, you want to work on a one-to-one basis with someone who will teach you the moves and support you personally, please read on.
There are many reasons why you may want to work with a personal trainer: it may be that you are nervous and need your confidence building up. It's equally possible that you are super-competitive and cannot stand the thought of being second rate in public. You could have scheduling problems, health issues, or just feel that's what you want to do.
If it helps you make up your mind, I have clients who are elite amateur sports people, million-dollar executives, bodyguards, military personnel, housewives and house-husbands. I have people who train with me on a regular basis, I have people who pop along every six months to get something fixed, or learn something specific.
I can teach the full Crossfit agenda and Im really good at teaching the Olympic lifts
I train really fit people, and some overweight ill people
I have appeared in (too) many magazines and am endorsed by many leading fitness bodies
I offer a travelling service ( but its, obviously quite expensive) but mostly i train people at ...
The Crossfit London UK HQ and training venue
(45 seconds from Bethnal Green Tube station)
What I am really offering you is the ability to transform your life, using these inspirational 100 words"Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar.
Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat.
Practice and train major lifts: Deadlift, clean, squat, presses, C&J, and snatch.
Similarly, master the basics of gymnastics: pull-ups, dips, rope climb, push-ups, sit-ups, presses to handstand, pirouettes, flips, splits, and holds.
Bike, run, swim, row, etc, hard and fast. Five or six days per week mix these elements in as many combinations and patterns as creativity will allow.
Routine is the enemy. Keep workouts short and intense.
Regularly learn and play new sports".
This, in my mind, makes you "Crossfit" Even if you dont nail every aspect. Every step you take towards this goal makes you healthier and fitter.
To learn more about Crossfit and our definition of fitness, read this
My job is supercharge your fitness so you are ready for any challenge. I do this by teaching you really effective basic moves.
I will train you to deadlift, squat, press, Olympic weightlift, kettlebell, sprint, run, jump and row. You will master some basic, cool and achievable gymnastic skills. I will then get you to mix and match methods and protocols, and have loads of fun as you discover what high intensity means.
If you want to meet up for an initial session, hit this getting started button and book a personal training session with me.
If you want to ask some questions, pleased drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
But, who am I
Is 50 years old, and is stupidly passionate about helping you get the best out of your body.
"Cancer killed my mother, depression killed my brother, heart disease and dementia turned my dad into a zombie
Sure death is inevitable, but its how we get there and in what state we arrive that really counts".
Either God is too busy, or she really does want you to help yourself... either way maintaining your health, and your physical prowess and increasing your work capacity is probably down to you. If you are not quite sure how to do that, email me".
Whilst all are welcome, I tend to be better with older clients, after all the gyms are full of cute 20 something, personal trainers . Im quite good at training young athletes, but, to be frank, its a bit boring. So all you young people, I gladly spend a few sessions with you teaching you the olympic lifts or how to handstand or muscle up or how to kip, but for a long term coach, I can probably find you some one better among the team of talented trainers that I manage at Crossfit London.
I tend to be better with the 30 to 50 age range ( its an age thing) By focusing on proper exercises with the correct form, and mixing it up, my clients find the magic is both in the range of movement and the range of intensities. Well, put it this way: its interesting varied, you learn stuff and master cool moves. As mad as it sounds, you soon stop worrying about loosing 10 kilos, you start worrying about increasing your deadlift by 10kilos
oh by the way...Im a Crossfit level 2 Certified trainer and have too many fitness and sports qualifications with leading bodies, including the Register of Exercise Professionals, BWLA (the British Weightlifting Association), the ASA (Amateur Swimming Association), the UKKA (the United Kingdom Kettlebell Association), UK Athletics, SABA (Schools Amateur Boxing Association), ABA (Amateur Boxing Association) and a wedge of martial arts certificates.
Im a POSE running coach and hve Crossfit certifications in GymnasticsOlympic weightlifting, kettlebells, Endurance and Kids. I have a degree in Law and Sociology, a post-grad in Property Management and spent 3 years as a doorman in London's East End. I obtained my Crossfit certification in 2005, long before crossfit became the trendy fitness regime it is today.
or you can try calling or texting on 07969 922831 ( be warned that often my phone lives at the bottom of my sports bag, so getting to it is a bit difficult if Im in a training session. Sorry in advance!)