Personal training isn’t just for adults. In recent years there has been a growing recognition and demand for children (or young adults) to have personal training.

“The latest figures, for 2015/16, show that 19.8% of children in Year 6 (aged 10-11) were obese and a further 14.3% were overweight. Of children in Reception (aged 4-5), 9.3% were obese and another 12.8% were overweight. This means a third of 10-11 year olds and over a fifth of 4-5 year olds were overweight or obese.” (

Those are some concerning statistics. But it isn’t just overweight children that can benefit from personal training.

Why choose personal training for your child?

  • Increase activity levels to improve fitness, health and wellbeing
  • Get child away from a computer screen for an hour or 2 a week
  • Sports specific focus for aspiring young athlete
  • Raise awareness for healthy eating
  • Gives child a different voice to listen to other than parents telling them what to do
  • Helping to improve strength, dexterity, balance and control
  • Specific help for children with a disability
  • FUN


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