Callum is our Health and Fitness Manager who is also available to take on personal training clients. Callum takes a very holistic approach to training individuals based on their current fitness levels and their goals. He utilises barbell and body weight movements mostly in order to improve posture, strength and functionality. Being a Basketball Coach and player, most of his own training has focused on sport specific training infused with general strength and mobility work exercises.
Having recently graduated with a degree in sport and exercise science, Vikki can not only help you achieve your goals but she has an in depth knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles. Whether it is weight management, improving and/or maintaining current fitness levels or something a little more specific, she has a positive and motivating attitude to help you along the way. Previous client goals have included training for long distance cycling, skiing, golf, equestrian pursuits as well as general fitness and weight management. She is equipped and happy to give nutritional advice to support the training goals.
Ross is here to help, not to judge. Ross has over ten years experience between his military and civilian career. He prides himself on delivering safe and effective training for his clients' needs. He will plan the right training for you, by creating a balance and structure to your exercise and nutrition, which will match your goals and needs for your lifestyle. Ross specialises in weight loss, CV training and pre/post-natal.
Scott is one of the Sports Assistants at the University Sports Centre and has been a PT for three years now. His main area of expertise is fat loss but he can also help clients with other goals. He has been a football coach in the past and therefore has trained individuals with a keen interest in sport.
Rachel had been working as a Personal Trainer in London for four years and has recently moved to St Andrews to complete her Master’s degree. She has a first class degree in Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences and uses this knowledge to inform training plans and nutrition advice. She loves working as a Personal Trainer and enjoys thinking of new ways to make every session fun and challenging. Rachel spent eight years training her own body for elite sprint kayaking competitions; she has stopped competing but still takes part in swimming, running, freestyle kayaking, skiing and martial arts.
Callum Knox, Health & Fitness Manager
University Sports Centre
St Leonards Road
Scotland, United Kingdom
Tel: Work 01334 462193