7 UK Fitness Experts You Should Be Paying Attention To

7 UK Fitness Experts You Should Be Paying Attention To
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Whether you’re just beginning your fitness journey or you’re a veteran exerciser, you can always learn more in your quest to live the life you desire.

That’s why we’re highlighting these seven UK-based health and fitness experts. Each one can provide you with motivation and instruction through their books, websites, and presence on social media.

Joanna Hall

Described as a “Diet and Movement Specialist,” Joanna Hall is the founder of the Walkactive Club. Walkactive provides its members with walking programmes to target their fitness goals as well as online advice and motivation.

She holds a Master of Science degree in sports science and is the author of books such as the “Step Counter Diet.”

Find Joanna on Facebook and Twitter.

Toby Giles

This celebrity personal trainer and international group fitness instructor has written for publications such as Men’s Fitness, Women’s Fitness, Glamour, and Best Magazine. Toby’s “TG Method” is about finding the right personalized exercise prescription for the exerciser to achieve their fitness goals.

Find Toby on Facebook and Twitter.

Sam Murphy

Sam Murphy is a well-known health and fitness journalist (having written for numerous publications, including The Guardian and Runner’s World) and has appeared on BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 4 and Radio London. She’s the author of eight books, such as “Run for Life: The Real Woman’s Guide to Running.”

With such a high profile, you can imagine that it isn’t difficult to keep up with her writing. You can even check out her coaching and workshops on her website.

Find Sam on Twitter.

Dan Roberts

As the founder of his own personal training, fitness and wellbeing company, Dan Roberts 20-plus years of professional fitness coaching has led to his own unique philosophy (“The Dan Roberts Method”).

This method “embraces the lost art of playing with the latest scientific strength and conditioning principles, athletics, power lifting, yoga, sports, pilates, parkour, boxing, martial arts, Zen philosophy, applied psychology and performance nutrition.” This had led several Hollywood actors and public figures to train with him.

Find Dan on Facebook and Twitter.

Katie Bulmer-Cooke

Katie Bulmer-Cooke was named IFS UK Personal Trainer of the Year in 2012.

She created the international fitness programme The Little Black Dress Club and is the co-founder of the Fit Mummy Manual, which helps women exercise through their pregnancy and then helps them regain their pre-baby figure. Moreover, she has a first-class honours degree in sports and exercise development.

Find Katie on Twitter and YouTube.

Jane Wake

With a Master of Science degree in Sport Management, over 22 years of experience and being named a top fitness expert by The Independent newspaper in 2003, Jane Wake is an esteemed UK fitness expert. You can see her on ITV’s Lorraine Show each morning.

Find Jane on Twitter.

Anna Reich

Besides being the UK Fitness Expert for facial skincare brand Simple, Anna Reich is the owner of her own personal training company.

At the recently-opened Anna Reich Personal Training studio in London, time is dedicated weekly for women to do more than just cardio exercise and focus on martial arts and weight training (our white paper on boosting strength training among women might be something you want to read). For men, there’s time dedicated weekly to building knowledge and technique around hypertrophy and flexibility.

Find Anna on Facebook and Twitter.

Who did we miss? Let us know who should make our next list in the comments.



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