Meet our

Personal Trainers

We have a wonderful team of personal trainers at Bluecoat Sports. Our personal trainers have different areas of expertise, so there is always someone on hand to help you with your fitness needs in the gym or fitness yard. Whether you require help with a particular piece of gym equipment or a full programme for a training goal.

If you’re a member of Bluecoat Sports and are interested in using one of our personal trainers, then get in touch today.

Why would you choose a personal trainer?

At Bluecoat Sports we find people choose personal trainers for many reasons. Whether you’re training for that 5k, preparing to swim the channel, need some motivation to do your workouts or are recovering from an injury, our personal trainers are here to support you.

Regular training sessions to keep you motivated

You could find working with a personal trainer regularly helps your motivation to keep fit. By working with a personal trainer, you have consistency with your workouts and the accountability to turn up and complete them!

Your personal trainer will push you to achieve the best you can from your training. They will set routines with you, ensuring you approach your workout in the right sequence. Your trainer will explain the techniques and how to keep your training going in between sessions.

Caitlin Walsh – Personal Trainer


  • Level 3 Personal Trainer
  • Ante & Post Natal Qualified
  • Metabolic Circuit Trainer
  • Gym Based Boxing Qualified
  • Outdoor Bootcamp Trainer

It takes 21 days to create a habit. But 90 days to create a lifestyle. Be patient and don’t give up!

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Caitlin specialises in women’s health, training women from their late teens through motherhood and into their senior years. Caitlin focuses on empowering women to feel strong, healthy, and full of body confidence. Caitlin has studied the women’s body and is qualified to adapt exercise to ante and post-natal women, helping them regain their body confidence and fitness levels in a safe and healthy way.

Caitlin offers 1-1 training sessions to achieve personal fitness goals as well as group sessions for a more social and energetic training experience. Personally, Caitlin loves to train in a group environment, anything from boxing to heavy lifting to outdoor bootcamps. The energy, positivity and confidence that radiates through these sessions is what keeps Caitlin coming back for more!

Jordan Stannard – Personal Trainer


  • Level 3 Personal Trainer
  • Level 3 Strength & Conditioning Coach
  • Kettle Bell Instructor
  • MMA Padwork Instructor

Jordan has over 10 years of experience as a personal trainer and has trained people at all levels in the gym, from complete novices to professional athletes. He creates bespoke sessions and programs to aid you in achieving your goals, whether it be weight loss, muscle gain, sports performance or something more specific.

Jordan also works with sports teams in the off-season to prepare them for a challenging season ahead. This includes pre-season, getting them match-ready and in-season to help them maintain their current levels.

Jordan offers one-to-one and small-group training, so whether you like to go it alone or train with a friend or family member, Jordan can help you. Jordan enjoys strength training, Olympic lifting and functional style training.

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Reka Kiss – Personal Trainer


  • Level 3 Personal Trainer
  • PN Level 1 Nutrition Coach
  • TRX Instructor
  • Outdoor Bootcamp Trainer

Reka focuses on helping people move better and, through that, get fitter, stronger and healthier. She strongly believes that working on the quality of the movement should come before loading the body with heavy weights. She also understands what an important role nutrition plays in achieving fitness goals and, as a qualified nutrition coach, can offer guidance to get the best results.

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She offers both 1-2-1 and group training sessions for people who want someone to push them to their limits. The 1-2-1 sessions can be combined with nutrition coaching as a full package, which is ideal for people who want general guidance on how to eat healthier and need support achieving their fitness goals.

Dan Brennan – Personal Trainer

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  • BSc (hons) Fitness & Personal Training
  • Box n Burn
  • NASM Nutrition
  • GB Boxing Tutor
  • NASM Golf Specialist

Dan has 10 years’ experience in the fitness industry, training complete newbies to non-league footballers. Dan studied for 4 years at the University of Southampton Solent with various placements before moving onto the gym floor.

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Dan has worked with an array of clients, from helping long term clients lose 6 stone to getting clients gaining healthy weight. Having suffered with both, Dan knows the struggle and nerves some may face starting the gym.

Dan has plenty of experience in 1-2-1 training as well as 4 years teaching core conditioning and boxing. Whether it’s weight gain, fat loss or wanting to move better and feel better, Dan has you covered. Dan offers small group PT, 1-2-1 PT and nutritional coaching. Dan enjoys functional training; you’ll catch him outside in the Fitness Yard most days!

Jack Wadman – Personal Trainer


  • Level 2 Personal Trainer
  • Level 3 Personal Trainer
  • High Level Strength Athlete

The pain you feel today is the strength you’ll feel tomorrow

Jack’s training concentrates on building your strength. From teaching gym newbies the technique they need to train with weights to building upon clients’ existing abilities. Every session is personalised to help you achieve your own goals.

Jack has competed in strength competitions around the country at a national level, so understands key principles of weight training.

Jack offers both 1-2-1 and small group training sessions for all abilities.

The benefits of using a personal trainer

Expertise and customisation

Personal trainers bring professional knowledge and experience. They can create tailored fitness plans that align with your specific goals, whether it’s weight loss, muscle building, or improving athletic performance. They understand anatomy, physiology, and nutrition, and can adjust programmes based on individual needs and progress.

Motivation and accountability

A personal trainer can be a powerful source of motivation. Having regular appointments increases accountability, making it less likely for you to skip workouts. Trainers also provide encouragement and can push clients to safely maximise their performance.

Safety and technique

Proper form is crucial for effective and safe workouts. Personal trainers demonstrate correct posture and technique and can supervise and correct as you exercise, reducing the risk of injuries.

Variety and creativity

Trainers can introduce new ways to exercise, keeping routines fresh and engaging. This variety can prevent fitness plateaus and maintain interest.

Mental health and stress relief

Exercise is a known stress reliever, and a personal trainer can help maintain a consistent schedule, contributing to better mental health. They can also provide a supportive, positive environment, helping to boost self-esteem and body image.


Personal trainers help set realistic goals and establish timelines, which can lead to faster and more measurable results. They can adjust exercise programmes as you progress to continuously challenge and motivate.

Nutritional guidance

Although trainers typically aren’t dietitians, many have a good understanding of nutrition and can provide general dietary advice and strategies to complement the physical training.

Long-term education and independence

Working with a trainer can be an educational experience. You learn about your body, proper exercise techniques, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. This knowledge can empower long-term health and fitness independence.

Adaptation to specific needs and injuries

Personal trainers can adapt exercises to accommodate specific needs, including injuries, health conditions, or disabilities, ensuring a safe and effective workout.

Community and support

Often, trainers provide a sense of community and belonging, especially if they are part of a gym or club. They can connect clients with others on similar journeys, creating a support network.