Suzanne Purton Personal Training Instructor

I have had a passion for sport all my life, being a gymnast and tennis player in my former years, and always a frequent visitor to the gym.

A mum of 3 boys with a previous in the printing industry has kept me busy. However, my passion has always lied in keeping fit and healthy, finding new ways to work out, and I have always been constantly motivated by my (sometimes annoying) inability to resist a challenge. So I decided it was time to follow my passion and qualified as a Personal Trainer in 2017.

Following a weekend back in 2015 with the CHEK institute attaining my Holistic Lifestyle Coach Level 1 qualification, I went on to achieve a Level 3 Health Trainer City & Guilds certification, YMCA Level 2 Fitness Instructor and Level 3 Personal Trainer qualification and am Pre & Post Natal Exercise Certified. I have also attended a Communication and Motivation Skills Workshop.

I launched my career working at HiitGirl, an organisation that worked solely with women creating a variety of HIIT sessions, alongside privately visiting client’s homes offering Personal Training on a 1-2-1 and group level.

Following HiitGirl’s closure I was lucky enough to be appointed as a Personal Trainer with ADC where I look forward to growing my experiences in the world of Strength & Conditioning, alongside taking weekly HIIT Classes.

I am inspired by those that push themselves to places I could only dream of visiting. I have worked, and played, hard to get where I am today, and I love the feeling of achieving new heights. But I equally love being part of other people’s fitness journeys, and helping them to also experience that feeling of having achieved things they never thought possible, no matter how small.

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After spending many hours researching and making changes to my own fitness and nutrition, people started to ask me how I was making such positive changes. I got such a kick out of sharing what I had learnt that I decided to make a career change so I could help others make similar, positive changes to their own lives.

I am always in total awe of long-distance runners, because I have loved running in the past but always found it quite hard. But it was after reading ‘Iron Wars’, a truly inspirational read about two incredible athletes, Dave Scott and Mark Allen, who battled out many triathlons, constantly breaking records and pushing themselves and each other beyond perceived limits of what could be achieved, that I decided to run my one and only marathon!

I am now doing a job that I love!

Someone who has realized that they need fitness and a better level of health in their lives but need guidance and motivation. Being part of someone’s positive fitness journey gives me the greatest pleasure.

Just the nicest bunch of people (coaches and clients) with a great team ethic. I never moan about going to work, I actually look forward to it!