Sam’s journey into a career in health and fitness started with a passion for sport being actively involved in Rugby and Golf at various levels of competition. He captained his golf club’s junior team and also held the club championship for two years. This, combined with studying Sport and Exercise Science at college, quickly led Sam on to completing his Level 3 Personal Training qualification.
Before relocating to London to take the next step in his career, Sam ran a successful personal training and therapy business in Cambridge. During this time Sam developed a broad client base ranging from business professionals chasing a healthier lifestyle through to an elite swimmer and professional wheelchair tennis player looking to improve their overall performance. Whilst running his successful business out of a local health club Sam also gained valuable experience working on after school clubs and boot-camps. Experience with such a diverse and challenging client base has meant Sam has developed very strong coaching and interpersonal skills making him an extremely effective personal trainer.
Sam has invested considerably in his professional development in order to broaden his skill set. He holds numerous qualifications including Level 5 Sports Massage Therapy, Ante and Post-Natal, UKSCA Foundation Strength and Conditioning, GP Referral as well as both football and basketball coaching qualifications. Currently, Sam is completing a yearlong online performance nutrition coaching qualification.
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