1. What is your greatest life achievement?
Difficult! I am very proud of having trained my boisterous young German Shephard puppy to become a well rounded, well behaved adult dog. Equally, I have managed to go 6 weeks without exercise (due to an injury) without going completely insane.
2. What is your greatest fitness achievement?
Achieving a personal best at Chatsworth 10K.
3. Why do you work for FITISM?
The people and the culture! From day one I felt a part of the Fitism family.
4. What are your fitness goals right now?
To return to peak fitness following my shoulder injury.
5. What part of your body do you hate the most?
6. What part of your body do love the most (clean answers only)?
I suppose I should say the thing people compliment me on, my hair!
7. What did you eat for breakfast this morning?
2 egg omelette with spinach and mushrooms: you can't go wrong with eggs! Obviously, accompanied by a coffee!
8. What’s your idea of the ultimate cheat meal?
Gourmet burger and chips and a glass of prosecco.
9. What have you done or achieved that we might not know about?
I make handmade silver jewellery and love pole fitness.
10. What’s your most embarrassing moment?
Falling asleep in a restaurant toilet ..... after too much prosecco!
11. Why and how did you get into health and fitness?
I have always had a love of health and fitness ever since I was young and this continued into my adult life. Felling fit and strong is very empowering and I wanted to help others feel this same 'buzz'. I know that fitness can be life changing and I simply wanted to be a part of this journey so I became a PT.
12. What is your favourite exercise?
Apart from walking my gorgeous German Shephard, It has to be indoor cycling. I love training hard whilst listening to my favourite tunes.
13. Who is your fitness role model?
Victoria Pendleton because she remains modest about her achievements but still has amazing drive and focu