MEET THE TRAIN STATION GYM TEAM
He has a Dip (Hons) in Sports Therapy and is further qualified in Advance Kettlebell. He is also a Pre-Hab Trainer and Kaiser Trainer.
His style of training works multiple joints and muscles whilst at the same time leaving you gasping for breath and his philosophy is not spending hours in the gym. Abbreviated training every time. Get in. Get on. Get out.
He loves all sorts of exercise. The more varied the better. Endurance running, hill sprints, gymnastics, boxing and weightlifting and even (shh) a spot of CrossFit.
He believes that every session should be varied, fun and effective.
Daniel uses progressive training with his clients, monitoring closely their progress. He uses strength training, HIIT and targeted mobility/flexibility drills.
Nikkita fell upon personal training after being encouraged to go out to Spain with a friend to the European Institute of Fitness to train as a PT. What started out as a hobby and a bit of fun 10 years ago has turned into a full blown fitness career.
Nikkita works mainly with women and has a varied training style. Core training is her thing alongside kettlebells, weights, running and walking her beloved doggie. She is currently a full time BSc Counselling student as is passionate about mental health issues.
She likes going on active holiday’s such as surfing or walking and her philosophy is that life is short so do things that will help you live a life you enjoy!
She likes HIIT and core work and has recently become a yoga convert. Her philosophy when it comes to exercise is to look at the bigger picture, concentrating on mind and body balance. She advocates good nutrition and is a big fan of avocados!
She works individually with clients to find and exercise style that suits them. Her philosophy is that exercise needs to be something that you enjoy as well as having something to work towards.
Trish has gone from being a receptionist at an Italian food importers to gaining Level 3 qualifications in Personal Training and Pole Fitness. You can sometimes see her perform pull ups or ‘the flag’ which is an indication of her incredible strength. She loves HIIT and weights, as strength in women is something she aspires to.
She loves working with female clients encouraging them to do more weights as she is proof in the pudding that being strong does not mean you have to get bulky!