Luke has been involved in the health and fitness industry for nearly 10 years.
Starting out from a young age, Luke’s passion for sport began at 5 years old when he participated in various disciplines to a high level. This ranged from rowing at the Henley Royal regatta, to representing England in swimming and tennis.
Encouraged by his parents to channel his energy and focus onto a specific sport, Luke then concentrated his attention on football, developing his skills to a standard that enabled him to play at professional clubs for many years. As his playing career came to an end, Luke continued to compete in long distance running and still enjoys regular training to this day.
Luke embraced the wealth of experiences he had accumulated during his participation in competitive sport, and decided to use them to help other people to achieve their goals by qualifying as a fitness professional. He studied at university and qualified as a level 4 sports massage therapist, during which time he continued to work with elite athletes and professional football clubs.
Having helped many sports people to get back to full fitness through the rehabilitation process, Luke was further inspired to continue his qualifications into certifying as a personal trainer. In the following years, he worked in a number of different environments including corporate gyms, independent gyms, and personal training studios. Though there were elements of each of these that Luke enjoyed, his focus was drawn toward the more personal approach which he found achieved the optimum results for his clients.
Luke joined the MGB Fitness team in March 2017.
A note from Luke:
“It does not matter what your goal is, I will go above and beyond to help you achieve the desired results.
There are a few simple things that I like to think about whilst being a personal trainer, and l like my clients to think the same. There is no such thing as stupid question when it comes to your health and well-being, so if you are thinking of a question no matter what, always ask it. Secondly you cannot out train a bad diet – so plan, prepare, and plan some more. Lastly, I ask my clients to put in all the effort in that they can, and not to leave wishing that they had done more. The key word in what I do, is that I am a personal trainer and this is what I pride myself on. Being approachable, helpful and knowledgeable to make sure you get the results you want.”