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Working with Oscar has not only improved my strength but also my confidence levels. He's so supportive and encouraging, pushing you to deliver your best. I've been so happy with the progress I've made since working with Oscar! 


Oscar has been my Personal Trainer for the past ten weeks and if I was not moving countries, I would gladly continue with Oscar's services indefinitely. He has taught me so much in such a short space of time that will leave me in good stead when I now have to go it alone. (technique being a BIG one!). Having never done strength or weight training, I not only had no muscle definition but had no idea about what weights to use, when or how to use them and what part of the body they would target. Oscar is extremely knowledgeable in his area of expertise. He listened, and considered my age, weight, fitness history and general wellbeing into account.

I would highly recommend Oscar. He will push you just that little bit more with each session, because he knows (and you know!) that you can do it, and let's face it...that's why we want PT's in the first instance! They get us to where we need to go and every penny is worth it!


Your personal trainer

Oscar Smith

Let me tell you a little about myself, why I am a Personal Trainer and what got me into being fit in the first place.

Like most people, I wasn't happy with the way I looked. I wanted to put on weight. Not long after committing myself to the gym I found that the gym was my space, it was my time, my reset button. The gym was the place I felt best about myself and where I was happiest. A workout was a form of meditation for me. 

3-4 years later after dropping out of a graphic design degree, becoming a tattoo apprentice and being an intern at my dad's graphic design studio, one thing had maintained consistent. No matter my mood, no matter the day, I still managed to fit in a workout. 

I decided to take a leap in April 2019 and leave the creative life I had, and pursue go for what I was genuinely interested in and what was a true passion of mine. Being a Personal Trainer gives me an opportunity to help people live a happier and healthier life.

That can something as simple as giving offering some good company and having some fun in the gym / park. Or it could be making someone healthy enough to chase after their nephew at a summer BBQ without wanting to pass out. 

If I have made you smile, feel better about yourself compared to last week, then my job is done.


Keep active and why?

To stay healthy and active the NHS says to do 150 minutes of moderately intense exercise or 75 minutes of vigorously intense exercise a week. "People in the UK are around 20% less active now than in the 1960s. If current trends continue, we will be 35% less active by 2030." (Health matters: getting every adult active every day, 2016). This is shocking because how hard is it really to walk to the shops, walk or cycle to work or spend minimum £20 on a gym membership or better yet follow the countless 15-30 min H.I.I.T. workouts at home on the internet 2-5 times a week for FREE?

Doing something as simple as taking a weekend walk will help you clear your head or starting with doing 10-20 min of strength and mobility exercises 2-3 times a week, you will notice that walking up the stairs to your office isn't so much of a challenge anymore.

My mission as a Personal Trainer isn't just to make people look sexy for the summer. It is also to help people to realise that keeping yourself moving and active isn't as difficult as you think. A healthy lifestyle shouldn't be something to be seen as a chore. It should be nothing more than you trying to be the best version of yourself. So lock your kids away in the other room, turn off all the notifications from your girlfriend or boyfriend and make this half hour for yourself. Challenge your body each week to perform better than the last. Ignore everyone saying you need X amount of grams of protein or "carbs are bad for you". Just begin with getting yourself moving first and then eat some broccoli once in while.



Oscar Smith 
Based in Redhill / Reigate