stronger, healthier, happier.

Welcome to fit4evermore. I am passionate about helping you to get stronger, healthier and happier. My focus is on getting everyone to move more and to move well. We need to be active to keep muscles strong, joints supple and for our body to work optimally. It is all about both our physical and mental health. Moving more helps to clear your mind, tune in to your feelings and to zone out as your heart rate increases and you release tension and stress. I firmly believe that movement is the key to our health and needs to form a vital part of our daily lives.

I am so passionate that I have published my first book ‘Moving More – Finding your path to a stronger, healthier, happier you’. It is available as a paperback and on Kindle and you can see more by clicking on the image below.

Talking about ‘exercise’ makes people uncomfortable. It conjures up an image of hot sweaty miserable people pounding the streets or working hard in a gym or a class. It can make people feel overwhelmed and it can be hard to get started if you are lacking in confidence or worried about hurting yourself.

That is where I come in. Over the past 7 years I have worked with people of all ages and fitness levels and my focus is on you ‘moving more.’ There are options to get you fitter that you can follow at home and to work with me in person if you are based near Stewarton in East Ayrshire. You can improve your energy levels and shrink your waistline with my ‘Take Control of Sugar’ plans.

It can really help to have lots of support in your fitness journey. I would love you to join my fit4evermore community and for my free Challenge series. To do so you just need to enter your email address in the 2 boxes and you will receive updates, offers and motivation to keep you on track. You will also find the link to like my FaceBook page below where you can get involved in regular challenges and share ideas too. I would love to hear from you and to help you to get more active too.



2 thoughts on “stronger, healthier, happier.

  1. Hi looking for a PT for 2 sessions a week initially for 4 weeks and wondered if you have any availability and what sort of cost would be involved. Many thanks Tracey

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