GP, Bootcamp Instructor, and Self-Employed Personal Trainer
“My goal is to run a fitness business that takes a holistic approach to fitness and well-being.”
Business Website: Total Health & Fitness
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I have been a doctor for 19 years, a GP for 9, and I am now also a PT. I provide 1 to 1 training that focuses on total health and well-being.
My advice would be to take the plunge. Real learning starts after you pass your qualification. The best way to learn is by working with lots of different clients. As soon as you pass just get started.Katy Fisken
As a GP I spent a large amount of time managing lifestyle-related illnesses. I wanted to learn more about how to help empower patients to manage their own health.
Future Fit has been great. The course information and practical workshops are informative and comprehensive, but the general interest that the instructors take in helping you take your career forward makes the difference.
I never thought I would be confident enough to instruct boot camps due to my body confidence and self-esteem issues. I now take the class I used to go to as a participant.
Lasagne. A happy comfort food that’s great for a family – everything I think food should be.
Take the plunge. Real learning starts after you pass your qualification. The best way to learn is by working with lots of different clients. As soon as you pass just get started.
Future Fit is such an inclusive organisation. They promote fitness as something accessible to everyone, which is important to me.
Nowhere beats remote Scotland.
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