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Firehouse was founded to combine the rigour and teamwork of fire-fighter training with the warmth and family values of the firehouse crew. Rooted in wellbeing and outstanding physical progress, the Firehouse gym experience is unique.

It’s welcoming and inclusive − a gym where you belong, connect with friends and feel valued.

THE BENEFITS OF USING A

PERSONAL TRAINER

THERE ARE SEVERAL BENEFITS OF PERSONAL TRAINING:
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KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE

All FHF Personal Trainers have a huge wealth of knowledge on the best training methods to suit your body type and your goals. Working with one of our PT means you benefit from this information without needing to do the research yourself, or having to try techniques which are not effective for you.

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UNDERSTANDING THE CORRECT FORM

Our Personal Trainers will guide you on how to perform all exercises correctly and safely, making sure you target the right muscles while preventing injuries. Almost every gym goers can struggle with form even the most experienced!

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PUSHING TO YOUR LIMITS AND BEYOND

All our Personal Trainers are driven and supportive, however they'll also challenge and motivate you to push yourself beyond your limits. You’ll find it easier to break through a plateau or smash your PB’s when working with a FHF PT!

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GETTING A TRAINING PROGRAMME TAILORED TO YOU

Personal Trainers will create a tailored training programme to suit your needs, abilities and goals, making sure it is stretching you but achievable. There is no one size fits all when it comes to your fitness.

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HOLDING YOU TO ACCOUNT

Sometimes, the toughest battle is getting to the gym. Having a Personal Trainer keeps you accountable on your health and fitness journey, so you can reach your goals quicker.

WHY USE A PERSONAL TRAINER?

KNOW WHERE TO START
Joining any gym can be intimidating and it’s easy to feel a bit overwhelmed. The PTs at FHF are here to get you started and give you support every step of the way on your fitness journey.
ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS AS A TEAM
Whatever your goal, working with a PT will challenge you and help you get there quicker than on your own.
TRAIN THE BEST WAY
Our PTs are qualified fitness experts and committed to showing you the best, and safest, ways to train to achieve your goals

PERSONAL TRAINER
MEMBER STORIES

I have been having PT sessions with Megan since July/August 2021. Honestly, it has been the best decision I have made. She is everything I could ask for in a PT. Megan is supportive, dedicated and the best hype girl anyone could ask for. My sessions with her are hard but fun and I couldn’t have got the results I have so far without her. 110% recommend Megan as a PT and cannot wait to keep my training going and see further results!

– Shanon Walton
PERSONAL TRAINER
TESTIMONIALS
Excellent class, was really nervous for my first class but classmates were friendly and encouraging as was Joe

– Robyn Walker
WE HAVE PTS ACROSS ALL OUR GYMS TO CHOOSE FROM, WHICH MEANS YOU ARE SURE TO FIND SOMEONE SUITABLE FOR YOUR NEEDS.

You can find information on your PTs at the gym and contact them directly, or
you can also find Personal Trainers’ profiles on our Meet the PT’s pages. To find
this information on our website, click on the ‘Personal Trainer’s tab, and click
the photo of the PT you’d like to contact. You will be asked to log in to see the
personal trainer’s profile and contact details.

Hiring a PT is a big investment so it’s important to find someone who you get on
with that can help you to reach your goals. When looking for a Personal Trainer,
some areas you might want to consider include:

THEIR EXPERIENCE
Personal Trainers have different interests, and while many PTs help clients achieve a range of goals, you may find some Personal Trainers have more experience helping clients in certain areas. Our PTs state their interests on their profiles, but nothing beats a conversation when understanding which PT is best suited.

CREDENTIALS AND SPECIALTIES
Some Personal Trainers have additional qualifications and expertise in particular areas, such as weightlifting, pre and post-natal, and rehabilitation. Similar to above, you may want to work with a PT who has more expertise in the area you want to focus on. You can find which qualifications our PTs have on their profiles.

PERSONALITY
Finding a PT that you get on well with can make a huge difference in how your find your sessions. Consider what kind of training style you would benefit from and find a Personal Trainer who fits with this. GENDER Some people are more comfortable with a female Personal Trainer, while others would prefer a male PT. Our PTs are always happy to have an initial chat before signing a new client, so use this time to ask questions and make sure they are the right fit.

Frequently asked questions

There is a general misconception that you need an underlying level of fitness to work with a PT, but this is not the case. Personal Trainers are able to deliver exercise programmes and training sessions which are suitable for a range of abilities, from those who have never exercised through to those with years of training under their belt. Personal Training can be really helpful for those with limited experience or confidence with exercising. A PT can build an effective workout programme to achieve your goals, ensure you have the correct form, and answer any questions you have, helping you to build a strong foundation for years to come.

Most PTs will have a consultation session with their clients prior to their first session so that they can understand their current fitness levels, goals, and lifestyle is, so that the PT can build out a tailored plan.

There is no set rule for what a first session looks like, but it may include:

  •  A run through of your new workout programme to make sure you are comfortable with the exercises.
  • Asking you to perform certain exercises so the PT can check your form and understand your baseline level of fitness.
  • Taking you through the first workout of your new programme.
  • You may have your measurements and photo taken.

 

You will also have the chance to ask any questions, whether that’s about nutrition, certain exercises, or tracking your progress.

We have PTs across all our FHF gyms to choose from, which means you are sure to find someone suitable for your needs.
You can find information on your PTs at the gym and contact them directly, or you can also find Personal Trainers’ profiles on our Meet the PT’s pages. To find this information on our website, click on the ‘Personal Trainer’s tab, and click the photo of the PT you’d like to contact. You will be asked to log in to see the personal trainer’s profile and contact details.
Hiring a PT is a big investment so it’s important to find someone who you get on with that can help you to reach your goals. When looking for a Personal Trainer, some areas you might want to consider include:

  • Their experience: Personal Trainers have different interests, and while many PTs help clients achieve a range of goals, you may find some Personal Trainers have more experience helping clients in certain areas. Our PTs state their interests on their profiles, but nothing beats a conversation when understanding which PT is best suited.
  • Credentials and specialties: Some Personal Trainers have additional qualifications and expertise in particular areas, such as weightlifting, pre and post-natal, and rehabilitation. Similar to above, you may want to work with a PT who has more expertise in the area you want to focus on. You can find which qualifications our PTs have on their profiles.
  • Personality: Finding a PT that you get on well with can make a huge difference in how your find your sessions. Consider what kind of training style you would benefit from and find a Personal Trainer who fits with this.
  • Gender: Some people are more comfortable with a female Personal Trainer, while others would prefer a male PT.

 

Our PTs are always happy to have an initial chat before signing a new client, so use this time to ask questions and make sure they are the right fit.

Personal Trainers prices vary as PTs set their own rates. As a rough benchmark, o, a PT session will typically cost between £30 – £65 for a 45-60 minute session. Factors that might influence the cost include their experience and expertise, location, and demographic, as well as the package – for example, if they offer WhatsApp support. Some PTs may offer discounted rates for online coaching, or if multiple sessions are paid for in advance. Many offer a range of products and services to suit different budgets, so it’s always best to speak to a Personal Trainer directly.
The cost of a Personal Trainer is not included in your FHF membership, so you will need to pay for your PT sessions on top of your membership. This can be arranged directly with the Personal Trainer you choose.

If you’ve got what it takes to become a Personal Trainer, join the FHF Personal Training Academy (In Parnership with Evlove Training) and turn your passion into a career.

MILLHOUSES

Robbie Spence

Joe Wallis

Anna Mularczyk

Shaun Brailsford

Chris Rose

Megan Pickles

Frank Romano

HALFWAY

Danny Andrews

Maya lindley

Jorden Hinchliffe

Jade Holland

Ian Hurst

Beth Ward

Robbie Spence

Qualifications

– Level 3 PT
– Spin Instructor
– Former Royal Marine

training style

– Strength and Conditioning
– Functional fitness

Tracking progress

– Tranerize
– Log books

Specialist areas

– Functional fitness
– Strength and conditioning

Beth Ward

Qualifications

– Level 2 and 3 Qualified Personal Trainer
– Spin Qualified 

training style

My preferred style of training is weight training and circuit based. For my clients I will include a mixture depending on their individual goals. 

Tracking progress

I use an online app called Everfit to track my clients progress and will incorporate a personalised training programme that meets each client’s individual’s short and long term goals. 

Specialist areas

I specialise in weight loss, muscle growth and body recomposition. I enjoy helping my clients understand the benefits of weight lifting and help them get to terms with why it is so important.  

Ian Hurst

Qualifications

– Level 3 personal trainer
– Large & small group class instructor

training style

After serving in the Royal Navy, I went on to spend the next 10 years competing in and coaching mixed martial arts while honing my career as a personal trainer. You can usually find me on the gym floor putting clients through strength and conditioning routines, in the functional area doing boxing/kickboxing workouts or chatting with members in the reception area.

Tracking progress

I offer a personalised APP to support you when I’m not around which includes workout routines at home or in the gym, nutritional support, whether its logging food diary’s or receiving meal plans, tracking your weight and measurements all included within the price of personal training sessions or can be purchased separately as an online programme.

Specialist areas

As an experienced personal trainer specialising in one to one, large and small group training, with a proven record of assisting clients achieve their goals, I can offer a wide variety of structured workouts during a personal training session, when by yourself in the gym or at home. Whether you’re trying to lose weight, improve fitness, tone up, build muscle, learn pad work, mma/fighting technique or gain personal knowledge to use in a gym environment, I have an extensive client base past and present who have achieved all the above.

Jade Holland

Having a background in ballet and contemporary dance, I understand the importance of grace, balance and flexibility in achieving a strong and healthy body. I have carried these principles into my training and programming for my clients, allowing them to develop not only strength and endurance but also poise and fluidity of movement.

Weight training is a cornerstone of my approach to training whether you are looking to get stronger, tone up, lose body fat or improve overall body composition. I will guide you through your personalised training plan ensuring correct technique and progressively challenging you to reach your goals. 

I am a firm believer that fitness is a lifestyle and as your PT I will not only support you but also educate you on a diet that suits your lifestyle.

Beyond my experiences I also bring an infectious sense of enthusiasm and motivation to my sessions. I am committed to inspiring and empowering you to achieve your goals. 

I am also a certified Sports massage therapist and understand the importance of recovery and self care in maintaining a healthy and injury free body to enhance overall well being.   

Jorden Hinchliffe

Qualifications

– Level 2 Gym Instructor
– Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training
– TRX/Suspension band training
– Associate Dance Teacher

training style

Having a heavily based dance background I know and have experienced the importance of movement in general, therefore I tend not to have one specific training style, instead I like to keep things varied and take the best out of multiple training methods, for example CrossFit and strength training, to name a few. Nothing pleases me more than to see a client give me their all in sessions and that’s all I ask.

Tracking progress

I track progress by doing regular weigh and measure sessions, I also use apps such as my fitness pal to track nutrition.

Specialist areas

I aim to ensure that my clients meet their own personal goals with their training whether this be weight loss, building muscle mass or even maintaining their physique and gaining confidence.

Maya Lindley

Qualifications

– Level 2 Fitness instructor
– Level 3 PT
– Spin instructor

training style

– Strength training
– Weightlifting
– Hit

Tracking progress

Every client has different ambitions and goals which is why each season is tailored to their needs. Every client has access to their workout notes which monitors their progress.

Specialist areas

Frank Romano

Qualifications

– Level 3 PT
– Spin qualified

training style

– Strength and Conditioning
– Functional fitness
– Boxing

Tracking progress

– Tranerize
– Google sheets

Specialist areas

– Functional fitness
– Strength and conditioning
– Boxing

Chris Rose

Qualifications

– BSc Psychology (hons)
– Level 2 Performance Coach
– Level 3 Personal Trainer
– Level 2 Fitness Instructor

training style

My coaching style is broken down into 3 key areas: training, nutrition and lifestyle. We will work to develop each of these areas of your life in order to get you to your goal, all the while receiving constant support from myself and the community of my other clients. As well as 1-1 personal training, I also offer bite-sized boxing and kickboxing sessions for those that are looking to lose weight, tone up and learn some self-defence at the same time!

Tracking progress

Your progress tracking will be completely tailored. There is no one-size-fits-all plan. If your goal is strength, we will track that; if your goal is mental health, we will track that; if your goal is fat loss, we will track that, all through a variety of tested measures.

Specialist areas

– Body Recomposition
– Mental Health
– Strength Gain
– Kick/Boxing
– Postural and Joint Health

Shaun Brailsford

Qualifications

– Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing
– Level 3 Diploma in Gym Instructing and Personal Training

training style

Isolation training and body conditioning

Tracking progress

All my personal training packages include access to my bespoke app Every client is set up on this, weekly checks in, training and nutrition guidance

Specialist areas

I love helping build peoples self esteem, confidence in themselves and within and the gym setting. Helping people understand the basics of nutrition and correct technique to achieve optimum results, help with change of body composition

Danny Andrews

Qualifications

– Level 3 Personal Trainer
– Spin Qualification.

training style

Bodybuilding, Calisthenics & CrossFit.

I’m very passionate about helping others find happiness in life and feel good about themselves. I believe that when you FEEL GOOD, you excel in life.

For me, Bodybuilding, Calisthenics & CrossFit are my favourite styles of training. I love helping others see and experience what their bodies are capable of with just enough hard work. I make it a goal of mine for you to achieve a happy and well-balanced lifestyle.

Tracking progress

I design bespoke training programmes that are tailored to each of my clients goals. They then track their weekly workouts via an app and we use these figures along with transformation pictures to monitor their progression.

Specialist areas

My aim is to ensure that all of my clients achieve their fitness goals and become more confident in the gym. I specialise in body building & body recomposition.

Danny Andrews

Qualifications

– Level 3 Personal Trainer
– Spin Qualification.

training style

Bodybuilding, Calisthenics & CrossFit.

I’m very passionate about helping others find happiness in life and feel good about themselves. I believe that when you FEEL GOOD, you excel in life.

For me, Bodybuilding, Calisthenics & CrossFit are my favourite styles of training. I love helping others see and experience what their bodies are capable of with just enough hard work. I make it a goal of mine for you to achieve a happy and well-balanced lifestyle.

Tracking progress

I design bespoke training programmes that are tailored to each of my clients goals. They then track their weekly workouts via an app and we use these figures along with transformation pictures to monitor their progression.

Specialist areas

My aim is to ensure that all of my clients achieve their fitness goals and become more confident in the gym. I specialise in body building & body recomposition.

Anna Mularczyk

Qualifications

– Personal Trainer level 5
– Yoga Instructor
– Pilates Instructor
– Meditation Instructor
– Functional Training Instructor
– Climbing wall instruction
– Healthy eating Coach

training style

Most of my clients are focus on functional training . Functional training is a type of intense exercise aimed at comprehensive muscle strengthening with building muscle mass. It consists in imitating the movements that we make every day in ordinary activities, but at a faster pace and with many repetitions. Which means , my clients except improvement they body shape ( buliding muscle or loosing body fat – which depends from weight and intensity) they also can by imitating frequently performed movements, functional fitness reduces the risk of injuries in everyday activities and allows us to move more confidently and efficiently. Due to the fact that it combines several types of movement simultaneously, it improves flexibility and coordination. In addition, a fast pace of exercise increases overall body performance and improves blood circulation. Also I specialised in bodybuilding workouts for bodybuilding competitions, which I am bringing for clients workout to improve they shape in areas which are they goals .This is my favourite type of training .

While building my experience, I realised how important it is to build deep muscles that interfere with everyday life and protect us from injuries. for this reason, I often introduce elements yoga and pilates to the training plans of my clients.

Tracking progress

My clients’ progress is measured by their smile. Everything depends from they goals, if is a loosing weight, we follow weight, we analyse pictures which they have to do every 2 weeks and we measure the circumference of the body.

Specialist areas

For building muscle procedures are almost similar . With specific goals , most of the time I prepare challenges workout ,so my clients are able to see they performance in it .

Joe Wallis

Qualifications

– Level 2 & 3 PT
– Kettle bells, TRX, Rowing, Injury prevention, Injury Rehabilitation, Football coaching, Step, Nutrition, Spin, Lifestyle/ time management course, Group exercise, Circuit training

training style

I mainly train clients who want to tone up and lose weight. I also have a lot of clients who are involved in sports who train in a sport specific way and S&C

Tracking progress

I use a variety of different methods to track progress such as, log books and a online apps.

Specialist areas

I used a wide variety of training styles, this all depends on the client and the clients goals.

Megan Pickles

Qualifications

– Level 2 Fitness Instructor
– Level 2 Kettlebell Training
– Level 2 Suspension Training
– Level 2 Strength and Conditioning
– Level 3 Personal Training

training style

– Injury Prevention
– Strength training

Tracking progress

I measure progress in various ways depending on the clients goals. If the goal is losing weight/fat loss I tend to use measuring equipment i.e. Tape Measure, Weighing scales, Body fat callipers. If the goal is strength it will be measured within the progress of weigh in the lifts that are at hand. If the goal is health and wellbeing i will see the progress come through how the client holds them self in the gym and whether their confidence has developed since working together.

Specialist areas

I don’t have a specialist subject however, I have worked with a number of clients with different goals. Weight Loss however, is where I have had more experience with and clients have made the most progress.

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