#FUN - Online fitness programming

More than a “workout” #FUN will change your whole approach to food, health and mental wellbeing, making this the last program you will ever need.

Working with the time you have available, the equipment you can access and the facilities you have, habitual takes the guess work out of training. Habitual clients range from first time exercisers in their 50’s to aspiring International rugby players in their teens... and everything in between. We believe exercise should be FUN with the best results coming from the programs you consistently want to carry out.

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Each program comes with an app that can be used on your phone or computer. From here you can track progress, watch video explainers for each exercise, chat to your coach using our chat group options and schedule your workouts.

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The handy app contains all the information you need for your work out with video explainers and progress tracking. Take the guess work out of work outs.

We Specialise In

First time or recently returning exercisers... One off special events such as 5km - Ironman... Spartan races/tough mudders.... Rugby... Mobility... Weight loss... Performance

What Our Clients Say About Us

  • It's a great supportive program that will allow you to make significant progress in your health while maintaining the aspects of your lifestyle that you enjoy.

    CatherineClient - #002

  • I had lost over 30% of my total body weight! I don’t want to be known for weight loss (my body is my business), but I do want others to know that Chris’ combination of #FOOD, #FUN, and #FOCUS can improve their life all round (physically, emotionally, and mentally). 

    LINDAClient - #004

  • The exercise routines were achievable and I never once felt like I was 'starving' myself. 

    KateClient - #00

  • Appreciate how the coach always replies and shares his thoughts to try to make it 1% better every time. The chat we have is really helpful.

    RachaelClient - #017

  • He’s really awesome and patience with me, he's always there for me to help and support me

    RowenaClient - #023

  • The program helps keep decisions in the front of my mind, recognising you can't be perfect all the time. 

    MartinClient -  #013

  • The program helps me building habits gradually so it's not too scary and teaching a little bit every day. 

    Marianne Client - #033

  • The program is  structured well , it's very easy to follow . Makes the journey interesting by keeping it personal. 

    DivyaClient #029

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Habitual Tips and Updates

  • Book Club – “Man’s Search for Meaning”

    "He who has a Why to live for can bear almost any How" 


    -Victor E. Frankl

    Prisoner 119,104 survived three years in Nazi prison camps during which he lost his wife, his parents and a lifetime's worth of research.

    In "Mans Search for Meaning" Frankl explores what saw him through these dark times when many others simply gave up the will to fight.

    He admits there was still luck involved, exactly only 1 in 26 prisoners survived, but as we all know sometimes we create our own luck.

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  • Well-being – Preview

    Welcome to my well-being month.

    To begin with, I'll take this as a chance to share habits, tools and routines.

    Alongside developing knowledge, understanding and perhaps challenging existing beliefs in a safe environment.

    It's not my intention to tell you what well-being is, that's personal to you.

    You may not even know what well-being means to you and that's okay.

    Let me support you in an exploration of you and your environment and perhaps one month from now 'we' may be in a better place, maybe.

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  • Being Happy – Part of well-being Month

    These thoughts have been on my mind for some time, being happy seems to be a big part of life for many people, #YOLO right?

    But to what extent does chasing happiness actually contribute to our personal well-being and does the fact we are chasing anything contradict 'living for the moment'?

    I discuss this below.

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