Hello and thank you for taking the time to visit my site, my name is Jay Wheeler and I’m proud to present Military PT (Personal Training). I hope this site will help you make the right decision to become a valuable part of my Military clientele.
I’m a 28 year old male living in Birmingham city centre and I have been involved within the fitness industry for 10 years now, personal training for a little over 6 years. As the name suggests 5 of these years were in the armed forces and more recently out in the general public working as a Personal Trainer in Bannatynes Health Club in Brindley Place, Birmingham City Centre. As I am city centre based I have the use of many various facilities which include a small private gym facility and the use of the Birmingham’s canal systems along with the use of local parks and of course Bannatynes Health Club where membership is not required.
Whilst serving in the army I obtained many fitness awards and training was not only a requirement but a passion of mine getting me promoted and selected for a specialist role within an infantry battalion, I was also a section commander in Iraq 2003.
As a person and a professional, I strongly believe my strengths lie in my ability to adapt both my personal and military experience to people’s requirements and goals this alongside my versatile and dynamic approach has made me the success I am today.
A key to success as a Personal Trainer is the ability to train affectively using different approaches suited to clients goals after all it is “Personal Training”. So whether it is weight loss, weight gain, increase fitness or decrease body fat your personal goals are my professional responsibility and with a bit of hard work and determination with Military PT dreams are just goals with a time frame.
Although no longer serving in the forces I still maintain a regular routine of army training and do regular charitable events;
Military Fitness Birmingham is an hour long military styled group class in local park, please see above link for more details.
- Tab4heroes; 145 mile T.A.B along the Grand Union Canal from London to Birmingham in aid for Help for Heroes