Get Fit with Strong Girl Army
A Bit About Me
Being strong isn't sexy... it's BADASS!
I like to focus on changing the mindset of my clients as well as their body to promote a life long lifestyle change; coaching them through the emotional challenges that they face on a day-to-day basis that would usually cause road blocks in their path to a healthier, fitter body, ensuring all my girls are able to remain happy and healthy for the rest of their lives. I am a true believer in mindfulness and old fashion hard work!
The majority of my training techniques evolve around resistance training with weights in a gym.
I strive to push every single one of my clients to their limits, but ultimately to educate them into achieving a better body composition and permanent, healthy lifestyle change.
What I Do
I offer a range of options to suit each client where we can work together to create a plan to suit you.
Hear What Others Have to Say
I’ve been training with SGA for almost 2 years now, I can’t imagine my life without Emma, the girls and SGA. I found a sense of belonging when I needed it the most, I found my confidence and I fell in love with lifting. I love feeling like a badass in the gym and SGA definitely makes you feel like a badass!
I’ve made a lot of progress in the gym, I’ve gone from squatting 30kg to 70kg, I can leg press 230kg and my db shoulder press has gone from 4kg to 17.5kg (with a spotter)! I’ve also made some really valuable connections with people in the gym. Being there every day with like-minded people, it happens.
My eating patterns are a lot more structured now. I meal prep a lot and weigh my food out, so I know what I’m putting into my body and I’m in control of my portions. Living in London, there’s a lot of eating out so I need the balance of structure within my everyday diet.
The biggest change is that I know what my body needs – I know what I need to fuel my workouts, my progess and any changes I want to make. Emma has taught me how to listen to my body – whether that be more sleep, more cardio, less cardio, more rest, more food, less food, being kinder to myself, when I’m hormonal…it’s been a real learning curve and I’m still learning.