Personal exercise coaching and nutritional guidance for weight management, physical development, injury rehabilitation or sports specific conditioning.


"After only three months I had lost 2 stone, and dropped 3 dress sizes.  I used to feel exhausted at the thought of going to the gym on a Monday, now I look forward to seeing Luis!!!"

J. H.                                              Esporta, Wandsworth

"the routine you set and subsequently tweaked has enabled me to remain enthusiastic and see some very positive results over the past year"

R. N.                                              Fitness Suite, Victoria

"Luis has been my Personal Trainer for over 10 years. I really enjoy our sessions together. They are always varied which keeps me motivated. In fact I have never felt fitter!"

C. C.                                       Wandsworth Common

"He is constantly tweaking my gym routine to make sure I make incremental gains. He pleasantly surprised me with his dietary knowledge, and helped me tweak my food habits for maximum benefit while maintaining a ‘normal’ eating routine."

S. Y.                                                     Eqvvs Training, Knightsbridge


Education in Sports and Exercise Sciences with accreditation in Advanced instruction and Personal Training from the University of East London and many other industry related intensive training courses.

Started working as a personal trainer in a health club setting in 2006 and registered as self-employed in 2008.

Experience in working one-on-one with clients aiming towards strength, physical development, fat loss, fitness, sports specific conditioning, general wellbeing, flexibility and much more.

Personally use exercise to keep injury free and mobile to enjoy playing football, run mid-long distances as a meditation and use cold exposure with breathing exercises to boost energy levels, recovery from activity and health.

Now, for a small list of clients in London, I plan out every training session that I spend with them for the single session or cycle of training sessions they may be going through aimed at the long term goals.

Why I became a Personal Trainer...

Physiology, sports performance and the like, were subjects I always found interesting, easy to research, attractive topics to learn. It all made very clear sense. Today, approximately 9 tenths of my book shelves are stocked with books relevant to health, fitness and sports performance.

I started off by exploring what I could do to my own body while still studying Sports and Exercise Sciences in the way of strength work to achieving almost 2 stone heavier, then deciding that I still wanted to play football and so lost 15kg so that I could be quick and agile on the pitch. 



Maintaining performance by developing 'de-stressing' techniques to maintain flexibility through heavier, more intense training periods had a big impact in the way of preventing injury while achieving greater fitness. 

I quickly found that helping others achieve their fitness goals is also a joy. There really is a hill that you can get over where exercise and training becomes a thrill and you begin to chase intensity and hard work and you draw utter pleasure form the exertion.

The illation you get from achieving your first marathon, lifting a particular load in the gym, feeling the improved performance on a sports field is an incredible experience. I get a similar sensation just being around for that and helping people experience their success.


Equally, watching people move without discomfort or return to an activity or sport following an injury feels like another ‘air-punch’ win. Taking positive steps to a healthier, more active life excites and builds momentum - I couldn’t think of any other profession I could get into with such rewards.

Today, I have the privilege of helping a small group of people achieve fat-loss, fitness, muscle tone and strength, recovery form injury and much more.


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