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About Amy


Find out more about what training with Amy is like and what results you might expect. 

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About Amy


Find out more about what training with Amy is like and what results you might expect. 

 

'I'm worried personal trainers will judge me. It's easy for them; they don't understand. I feel very vulnerable about this'. Does that resonate at all with you?

Here's some more about Amy:

At school, I was sporty but but clever at the same time, so a very difficult one to pigeon hole! I've definitely got some genetic blessings - I'm strong and fast - but definitely not genetically skinny!

At university, I stopped exercising, ate a load of crap and stopped exercising. I lived in a horrible flat share, wasn't very happy and kind of let myself go. I didn't really realise, until one day I did, and decided it had to come off and fast. Cycling and big dietary changes were key and I lost 2.5 stone in 3 months and it's never come back,

For 8 years, I spent  12+ hours per day sat at my desk or a wheel. I thought it would be fine, it's only sitting down, I'm young, it won't matter. However, at just 24, the sedentary lifestyle started to get to me. I couldn't shift a few pounds around my middle, my stress levels were through the roof, I was bored, frustrated and always achy and tired. 

I'd been going to the gym regularly for a couple of years, but I found that my work was interfering with my motivation levels to go. I'd get home around 6, crash on the sofa and be too tired to cook or go to the gym. Not ideal. 

So, I started looking for a way to make it work for me.  I didn't want to spend every hour of my life in the gym, or eat chicken and broccoli every meal for the rest of my life! But, I didn't want to feel like this anymore - I wanted to feel fit, strong, full of energy, less stressed and to get rid of the aches and tiredness. 

Here's where I can help you - I've done the leg work! I've tried cycling 150+ miles per week, poledancing, kickboxing, swimming, heavy weight lifting, a bodybuilder diet, high fat & low carbs, low fat & high carbs and combined all of what I've learned into The Warrior Programme. The best of what's out there from one former desk-worker to another. 

I make it easy for you - you don't have to think, you just do, which is in itself a break away from the office!

If you intend to work at a desk for the next 10,20, 30+ years, you need to make it work for you and your life:

 

All packages are a minimum three month commitment. Pricing begins at £150 per month for Warrior Duos (training in pairs) and £250 per month for individual training. 

Sue Paulley, who runs her own successful accountancy business says:

‘I met Amy to have an initial chat and was immediately taken by her calm and friendly style.  What she said actually made sense to me, not bamboozling me with technical terms and strange language like most personal trainers. It’s an absolute joy working with Amy and I would strongly recommend. I can already see differences in my muscles and feel much stronger in my core after only 4 weeks.  I can’t wait to see the new me, bring it on!'

 

Rebecca Bengey works for a multi-national financial services corporate and was struggling with stress and veering near the edge of burnout on a regular basis. Becky says:

'Working with Amy gives excellent results for the time commitment, so it's quite 'efficient'! The style of training is much more fun than the gym sessions and classes that I had done previously. Training with Amy is nothing like I would have imagined of a personal training session. It is much more holistic and about feeling healthier and stronger without the emphasis on weight or physique that I had imagined a personal trainer to be like. It's very accessible and so despite being busy with a full time job and a toddler, I can still fit in the time with Amy. '

 

Carly Lightbown runs her own holistic happiness company and an award-winning fitness blog. Carly says:

''She fixed me, she energised me and she helped me lift half of my own body weight in less than an hour. Amy’s story and reasons for becoming a personal trainer had really made an impression on me, and her absolutely passion for, and belief in, her work was instantly obvious during our session. Bristol fitness scene, you’re lucky you’ve got this lady.''

 

Jo Turner is a very busy solicitor with a full diary, demanding clients and sometimes unpredictable hours. She used to be really into the gym and staying fit, but had somewhat fallen off the wagon. She says:

‘Like most people I have a very busy life and there never seems to be enough time.  I had therefore become stuck in a bit of a rut where takeaways and convenience foods were just a little too frequent. Amy did not “demonise” any food or try and make me feel bad or guilty for having enjoyed a treat, such as a glass (or a bottle!) of wine.  She simply focused on the positive changes and how those could be maximized week-on-week. All in all, I lost 6.5kg by the time I reached the end of the initial 6 weeks and I have kept that off.  Most importantly, I am only eating things that I like and would eat normally, but focusing more on the “how” and the combination of foods.’

 

Andrew Brown is a regular runner and cyclist with a demanding work and personal schedule. Andrew says:

'Thanks Amy, this has been an amazing few months working with you and I can't remember feeling this strong and motivated to become stronger'.

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We all need a good coach to help us reach our potential.


 

We all need a good coach to help us reach our potential.


 

Amy is sponsored by Rude Health and STRIPPD UK Protein and is partnered with Prepp'd, BodyMe, G&D Free and The Better Food Company. Click on the images below to head to their sites:

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I would love to help you feel energised, strong, well and confident.


I would love to help you feel energised, strong, well and confident.