Growing up, Jacob participated in many different sports, including rugby and track cycling, however after sustaining multiple injuries he unfortunately had to retire early. This allowed him to dedicate more time to the gym where he kickstarted his fitness career. The biomechanics and physiology underpinning movement fascinated Jacob so much that he went on to study an Undergraduate degree in Sports Science and a Postgraduate degree in Strength & Conditioning. Now he’s able to put into practice what he’s learnt and can subsequently help others attain their physical performance goals.
Jacob’s aim is to give people the tools to become independent so that they can participate in sports and fitness for life. Having a background in Strength and Conditioning means he has coached track athletes, footballers, rugby players, MMA, and basketball players.
Khai is a personal trainer with a background in competitive rugby who got into health and fitness through his love of sports. He picked up rugby when he was 16 and have been playing for Wanderers RFC for over 10 years. A personable coach who value-adds his services to busy working dads through habit-based coaching, Khai believes that understanding change psychology will bring further effectiveness into his clients' training program, especially their time outside the gym.
The social stigma of being an overweight kid hit him hard when he was a child and Khai is determined to never allow himself to fall back to a low level of confidence ever since. As a big part of his life's purpose, he now draws fulfilment in helping his clients transform into their better selves.
Khai recently picked up Muay Thai to keep himself motivated to train regularly and you would see him with the occasional Nasi Briyani on his cheat day.
BSc (Hons) Sports & Exercise Science (Cardiff Met)
- MSc (Hons) Strength & Conditioning (Middlesex University)