Fierce Fit gives women the right message! I love it’s values and vision into empowering women in Manchester to feel good, be happy and confident. Fierce Fit also has an amazing group of girls to work with who are passionate about the service and give 100% to their clients!
Katie is a qualified Sports and Exercise Therapist BSc (hons) achieved from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2013. Whilst studying Katie worked alongside the Leeds United Ladies football Physiotherapy team, experiencing pitch side first aid and injury rehabilitation. Katie also has a wide range of clinical experience working alongside private physiotherapist’s and is a member and professionally insured with the society of sports therapists.
Katie leads the massage team and organises and runs regular massage and sports therapy courses held within our clinic locations. From a sporting background Katie is also a qualified gymnastics coach, first aid trained and continues to commit to her continuous professional development by attending regular therapy expeditions and educational events. Katie likes to keep fit by running and attending her local gym. Katie’s favourite is to use the rowing machine at gym, giving her a full body workout.
Despite keeping herself fit Katie’s guilty pleasure is biscuits, Chinese food and can never turn down a cherry bake well. If Katie could sum herself up in 3 words it would be active, ambitious and chilled!
What would you say to a female client who is not sure why she should join Fierce Fit?
Be confident and believe that you can take that step to a happier and more confident you!
Why is Personal Training different at Fierce Fit than anywhere else?
Fierce Fit is individual in that it takes pride in delivering a unique service to all women. It offers professional and private facilities with a passionate and motivating team of girls.
What’s your fitness story? Do you do it for a hobby/just job? Any motivational story?
“I have always been into sport and exercise and something I feel passionate about. I have a background of coaching sport and love helping individuals work towards achieving their goals. Even being very sporty I’ve had my insecurities about exercising in big gyms and in front of males. I got to a point where I would shy away from exercising and started to become demotivated. To find a service that you can 100% be yourself and forget about any intimidation I managed to work hard towards what I wanted achieve a long time ago!
How do you motivate someone to join personal training and work hard?
Stop putting it off! Start to believe that the hard work will be worth it and something you wont regret. Personal training is a great starting point. It allows you to stick to a training program and make those goals realistic.