"I wanted a personal trainer that was personal!
I had tried the "clubs" which are only interested in my dollars so I never committed fully to my training. That’s why I looked for a local, private, non "boot-camp" style studio and I came across Better Life PT Studio. Chris immediately made me feel welcome.
I have trained with Chris since October 2014. He has endless enthusiasm and encouragement, with a sense of humour, which makes training fun, mostly....lol. My energy levels, strength and fitness have increased. His programing keeps things interesting, using free weights, circuits, and cardio.
I can ask him about diet, nutrition and supplements, all of which he is quite knowledgeable and if he doesn't know, he finds out. I've got to go now, Chris is expecting me in 25 minutes!"
— Andrew Macquart 53 (and getting younger)
“I am so glad I stumbled across Better Life PT Studio on my way home one night.
After just a few months I feel so much stronger and more confident.
Chris is great, caring, professional and full of enthusiasm."
— Michelle, 52
“Personal training at its best!
Chris runs his studio with the highest level of passion by taking a genuine interest in his clients.
He makes sure the personal fitness goals of each client are catered to with personalized training programs suited to their needs and ability.
You can be fit as a fiddle already or starting from absolute scratch and know you will be looked after to reach your full potential.”
— Tim Weir, 43
"I hate exercise and the thought of going to a gym was horrifying but after a long period of sickness and losing a lot of weight I needed help to get healthy again.
Diet alone wasn’t helping so I spoke to Chris one day about if training would help me gain weight. After only a few short months I started to regain the lost weight and was on the way to feeling a lot healthier.
I have now achieved the weight I needed to be but still attend training, much to my surprise, I actually enjoy it.
Chris makes it fun while also teaching you what is best for your individual needs. "
— Sheridan, 37