Matt took over No Limits Gym in 1998 and has overseen the transformation of No Limits from a traditional Olympic lifting and strongman gym to the fully equipped fitness facility that currently exists.
Although exercise has always been a huge part of my life, it wasn’t until 2012 when I decided to dedicate my profression to improving the health and fitness of others.
I had been competing in recreational endurance events for four years prior to this and due to the positive changes in my lifestyle, I knew I needed to share these health benefits with others.
I started my career with the NHS before moving to Virgin Active as a Personal Trainer. After three years with Virgin I moved to Nuffield Health for four more years, before finally, I decided it was time to start my own enterprise, The Movement Mechanic.
Working out of No Limits Fitness in Hilmorton I can combine my expertise with some of the most versatile equipment you could find.
Being one of the longest running private gym’s in the country, the knowledge behind the set up of the gym and story behind it’s history is more than could ever be required to work towards any outcome.
Being in a environment with others who aspire to achieve great things, pushing there limits above and beyond, will evidently result in nothing but greatness.
Stepping up in the zone to help you overcome obstacles and inhibitions isn’t an easy task, but being around like minded others can help you persevere.
If you’re looking for help and support towards your health and fitness, give the gym a call for more details or even check out my website below.
I have lived and worked in Rugby throughout my life and have been active in all forms of physical training. I know many of you through bodybuilding and strongman and am delighted to be working at a gym that I have frequented over the past couple of decades.
Based in Rugby, Karl is fully qualified with the Register of Exercise Professionals and has over 20 years experience in the industry.
He has played representative sport throughout his life including rugby and athletics at both a national and county level and has competed in numerous ultra endurance events. He is Premier trained at Oxford, holding the industry’s foremost Diploma in Personal Training, is both a qualified sports therapist and a qualified nutritionist.
He has recently been working with Rugby & Northampton Athletic Club as their sports & conditioning coach and running core classes for the ladies running group and we are delighted to have him working with us.
I have been weight training for a number of years now and am currently pursuing my joint goals of becoming a paramedic whilst hoping to compete in female physique bodybuilding.
I have had over 25 years experience with ladies, gents and children’s hairdressing and am thrilled to have a studio working from No Limits. Please see my page for appointment details.
I have been training for nearly 7 years and have been a qualified personal trainer for nearly 2 years. I compete in bodybuilding shows in the physique class and am looking to progress into the classic physique category.
I am confident, outgoing and approachable. Any questions that you have I am more than happy to answer and can offer assistance with any machine/exercises to help you achieve your goals.
Harriet holds a Level 3 qualification in Sports Fitness, Coaching and Development and is currently studying a degree in Physical Education.
Harriet was a elite swimmer and is an all round sports player, who has a strong passion for health and fitness and takes part in daily gym and fitness workouts in order to live a healthy, active lifestyle.
Level 3 Sports Fitness, Coaching and Development Level 2 Sports LeaderLevel 2 British Gymnastics Trampolining Level 1 Teaching Aquatics NPLQ
Keiran spent five years in the army and is now a personal trainer and online coach.
I have a degree in Sport Coaching. My background is in gymnastics, athletics and netball. I have been training in gyms for the past 6 years and am delighted to now be working as part of the team at No Limits.
I initially studied at the Mctimoney Chiropractic College in Abingdon with a view to training as a chiropractor. However, a lightbulb moment whilst learning to work on the soft tissues gave me a new direction. I qualified in Swedish massage with the Itec Institute, then went on to train in Sports Massage at Loughborough College. I also qualified in Bowen and Myofascial release, and I use all of these techniques during a treatment.
Following a fascinating period of study on a Bsc Human Bioscience course I completed my degree as a Sports Therapist at the university of Northampton. This gives me the ability to research and treat sports injuries in greater depth. In addition I studied to become an advanced Medical-acupuncture practitioner and running biomechanics coach.