Elliot Hunt is a Manchester based Personal Trainer and Nutrition Consultant who focuses on achieving long term results for his clients through varied and challenging workouts and optimizing nutrition.
An avid believer in functional training, Elliot is continually developing and implementing creative fitness methods to keep his clients motivated and, having been involved in the health and fitness industry since 2005, Elliot's experience has allowed him to develop a relaxed and personable approach to the service his clients receive.
Elliot strongly believes in an approach which centers on improvement and an understanding that everyone’s individual circumstances dictate what improvement means to them. With each and every client, Elliot strives to build upon their previous performance levels with each session and strongly believes that the key to success is through an in-depth assessment at the start of the training to understand the exact level an individual is currently working at. For a personal trainer in Manchester who puts the client and their level of fitness first, Elliot ensures you are in capable hands.
As a nutritionist, Elliot fully understands that eating habits can be hard to change and, as a result of this, will always focus on making small but regular changes which will be easy to adapt to, with the ultimate goal being a changed and improved diet.
To discuss working with Elliot as your personal trainer in Manchester, please do not hesitate to give him a call today or alternatively, take a moment to view his prices here or view a range of testimonials.
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