About me

Leading a healthy lifestyle has become a passion of mine and strength training is definitely an obsession.

I have been training for years and I can say that when I am training, I am in my happy place.

I love fitness and all the glory that comes with it. Strength and HIIT training is what I mostly do throughout each week but I am always looking for ways to improve my fitness levels and positively shock my body by trying new training styles. I like to keep my body guessing.

I always tend to look at all the positives in life and aspire to motivate others the way that I've motivated myself. Putting your foot through the door is the start - Motivating and guiding you to achieve all of your fitness and health goals is where I come in!

Contact me any time to get started!


  • Functional Training
  • Group Training
  • Interval Training
  • Muscle Gain
  • Strength Training
  • Weight Loss and Toning


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Water Works!

Ritchie Gibson

Water is a vital element of any person's training regime. Without an adequate water intake, results and overall performance can suffer dramatically.  As we exercise blood pumps through our bodies creating friction and raising our body's core temperature, with this our sweat glands are activated and in turn the body starts to perspire.

This is how our bodies combat the overheating process, however, the role of water in the body goes far beyond that of a defence mechanism for overheating.  It's feasible for an individual to lose 3-5kg of water (1kg =1litre of water) during an average circuit training class lasting 60-90 minutes.  If excessive fluid is lost, due to physical training particularly in the more humid climates the blood then becomes more viscous (thicker) and its ability to flow is significantly reduced.