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Personal Trainer in Milton Keynes & Online Personal Training

Faye Jordan

Professional Background

Years as a Coach/Personal Trainer: 18  years, I first trained as a fitness instructor at the age of 18, and then moved onto training people with medical problems in my early 20's after a 2 year battle with cancer.

Specialist Areas: Strength training & Training for people with medical adversities.

Most Proud Professional Achievement: Winning Northampton's Most Inspirational Woman 2015. It was not the award it's self, but the people that nominated me, it was how they said I'd helped change their lives; I was so proud of them all.

Sporting Background

Years Competing: 6 years in Strength sports, and when I was a kid competed in Athletics and Rugby at county level until the age of 18.

Favourite Event: In powerlifting it has to be the bench press, in strongwoman yoke and farmers are my favourite, because I'm best at them!

Proud Moments in Sport: Representing Great Britain and England in Powerlifting.

Personal Trainer in Milton Keynes & Online Personal Training

Andy Champ

Professional Background:

Years as a Coach/Personal Trainer: I started coaching 17 years ago, working in my collage gym.

Specialist Areas: My specialist areas are sports performance, and strength training.

Most Proud Professional Achievement: As a Rugby League coach, I coached a lad several years ago at Cambridge University. When I took over as his coach, he was unsure if he was going to continue playing. He had become disinterested, and wasn’t enjoying playing. Over time he began to enjoy the game again. He started to develop, and became an invaluable member in the team.

My Proudest achievement was to see that young man, who was going to move on to other sports, sign a professional RL contract following his graduation!

Sporting Background

Years Competing: I have been competing in strength sports for 2 years. Prior to that I played semi-professional Rugby League, and represented Scotland.

Favourite Event: I’m a bit of a Bencher!!

Proud Moments in Sport: Strangely, my proudest sporting moment was being selected to represent my county in Rugby Union. Because that was where my journey started!

Personal Trainer & Nutrition Specialist in Milton Keynes

Harry Archer

Professional Background

Years coaching or as a PT: Coming onto 7 years (2012-2019).

Specialist Areas: Stubborn fat loss (nutrition), keeping fat off (sustainable weight
management), helping clients find enjoyment in exercise (client behaviour change), getting
people Jacked (sports performance nutrition/coaching).

Most proud professional achievement: Hard one-- there’s loads I’m really proud of. My
favourite one is a Stroke-rehab client being signed off NHS physio & “getting her life back”
due to the strength training we’d been working on.

Sporting Background

Years of competitive sport: 15+

Favourite event or sport: Sprint Swimming.

Most proud moment in sport: Being invited onto the TASS scheme for Swimming was pretty
cool. More recently, the progression I feel I’m making in Powerlifting.

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Personal Trainer in Milton Keynes

Danny Curtis

Professional Background

Years coaching or as a PT: I've been a full time PT for a little over a year but have been qualified for nearly four years.
Specialist Areas: I specialise in strength building as it's the area of resistance training I am most familiar with. I'm also a believer in helping people realise their untapped potential.
Most proud professional achievement: My proudest professional achievement changes week on week, every time a client hits a new PB or demonstrates their training is paying off in some way.

Sporting Background

Years of competitive sport: I have experience in competitive sport spread over the past 10 years ranging from Crossfit to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and after my first competition in early 2018 I'm looking to compete more regularly in the sport of Strongman.
Favourite event or sport: I'm having a lot of fun right now familiarising myself with the weird and wonderful events that make up Strongman competitions so am discovering new things I enjoy all the time. But my heart will always be with the deadlift. As long as I'm able to keep increasing my PB I'm happy.
Most proud moment in sport: Entering my first Strongman competition with incredibly low expectations and placing 6th was a real confidence boost in my abilities and has spurred me on to continue in the sport.