It’s not often you come across a personal trainer that’s a three time Olympian, never mind a nine time British Champion. Now one of the leading personal trainers in London, Sarah not only knows her stuff, but she has performed at the highest level of her professional sport for a decade.
With enough bling to make the likes of P. Diddy jealous, Sarah has won medals for speed skating on the World and European stages as well as holding the British record for the 500m sprint for eight years.
Not every performer can become a successful teacher; however Sarah has shown that she can translate her experiences to train and advise our City clients as well as athletes. A PICP Strength Coach and BioSignature Modulation Practitioner, not only did she write and coach the strength and conditioning programme for the Elite Figure Skating team, two of whom competed in the 2010 Winter Olympics, but she is well known for her no nonsense work outs and tough but effective nutritional advice.
Sarah is the most likely member of The Foundry to be found building a fort out of cardboard boxes.
I coached Sarah for the last 4 years including the Vancouver Olympics and was her team mate prior to that. Her dedication and commitment were second to none. She has competed and trained at the highest level and worked with some of the top sports physiologists, nutritionists and psychologists in the country and has been at the cutting edge of elite sport.
She understands what it takes to get in shape and certainly knows how to work hard to achieve goals. She was the one encouraging the other girls on the team to push themselves that little bit harder so she had even more competition and she was the girl the boys hate to train against!
With Sarah’s experience and motivation I would recommend her unreservedly as a trainer.
Nicky Gooch, Olympic bronze medalist, National and European Short Track Speed Skating Champion 4x Olympian, Head Coach GB Short Track Speed Skating Team
Sarah trained Ed Reeves, Men’s Health journalist and ectomorph, as part of a 12 week transformation programme in early January 2012. The results speak for themselves:
Height 6ft 4in
Weight 9 Jan 79kg / 13 April 71kg
Body fat 9 Jan 23.5% / 13 April 12.6%
Chest 9 Jan 38.5in / 13 April 38.5in
Waist 9 Jan 37in / 13 April 32in (around the belly 39in to 31in)