Would you like to regulate the effect Diabetes can have on your life?
If you have Diabetes you already know about the diet you need to adhere to and potentially the drugs you need to take, but what you might not be aware is that using a personal trainer you can drastically help the outcome of your diabetes.
While not all personal trainers will be experts in Diabetes working with a personal trainer who has a diagnosis just makes sense.
Diagnosed in the summer of 2001 I have taken positive steps to reduce the effect diabetes has in my day to day life and through my exercise-based lifestyle have made sure I am fitter today than I have ever been.
With years of personal training experience, I can work with you to reach your goals. And best of all through working with me, you will become fitter, leaner and just ready to handle what ever life throws at you.
If this sounds like the sort of personal training you would be interested in, please contact me today on 07892 945060 .
Tom has had a passion for personal fitness since childhood through to him serving in the military for 9 years. It was therefore inevitable on completion of service he re-train as a personal trainer.
This was in 2005 and at Premier International,Trowbridge, the UK's leading health and fitness training provider. www.premierglobal.co.uk, Tom completed his Diploma in Personal Training and went on to also undertake and obtain a level 3 certificate in Sports Massage.
Tom has worked in several gyms in the local area to gain experience, these include; Nexus run ' The Mill ' in Carterton and ' The Health Club ' gymnasium at Witney Lakes Golf Club, Witney.
Tom has been a freelance trainer since 2007 and has clients in both Personal Training and Massage. Successfully running his own ladies only classes in Carterton, Churchill and Langford, Tom is also keen to expand to the surrounding villages and bring much needed classes to those who live far from Gyms and Leisure Centres.
A family man and father of two small boys, Tom is also aware of the importance of health and fitness awareness for todays children. The introduction of the 'Playstation Generation' and being bombarded with images of unachievable, unhealthy body shapes from the media, young adults and teenagers are in need of education and being pointed in the right direction, because of this Tom is looking forward to working with West Oxfordshire District Council and getting involved with fun fitness in schools.