Personal Trainers in Stoke

Personal Training Stoke

Are you looking for personal trainers in Stoke that can offer quality one-to-one personal training? Then you have come to the right place because Total Trainer offers:

  • Qualified and experienced personal trainers in Stoke
  • One-to-one Stoke personal training
  • Home-based workouts
  • Weight loss, fitness and well-being
  • The right motivation to reach your goals

Personal Training Stoke

Find a qualified personal trainer in Stoke offering professional personal training at your home, the local park or a private personal training gym. No longer is personal training the luxury of A-list celebs and movies stars. Our personal training in Stoke is affordable and accessible to people of all ages and all professions, from builders and plumbers to doctors and lawyers. Our personal trainers offer a wide range of workouts, including one-to-one personal training, home-based personal training, park workouts, boot camp training, small group exercise classes and more.

Our Stoke personal trainers also offer personal training in and around neighbouring areas, including:

  • Alsager
  • Audley
  • Barlaston
  • Biddulph
  • Cheddleton
  • Congleton
  • Eccleshall
  • Kidsgrove
  • Leek
  • Longton
  • Newcastle-under-Lyme
  • Rode Heath
  • Sandbach

So if you're looking to lose weight, get fit, add lean muscle or simply feel better about yourself then hire one of our trusted, dedicated and professional Stoke personal trainers, who can offer your personal training based around resistance training, interval training, nutritional advice or a weight loss programme that is ideal for you.

About Stoke

Stoke, also known as Stoke-on-Trent, is a city located in the county of Staffordshire, situated on the banks of the River Trent. Nicknamed The Potteries, due to its roots in pottery manufacturing from the likes of Royal Doulton and Wedgwood, Stoke also has a history of coal mining; with last pit closer in 1994. Stoke's steel plants fared a little better but the last steel mill finally closed in 2002. Stoke has a small number of tourist attractions, including the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Gladstone Pottery Museum, as well as Alton Towers, one of the UK's largest amusement parks and tourist attractions, situated 10 miles east of Stoke city centre. Stoke as a number of major employers, including Michelin, the tyre company, Vodafone, Sainsburys and the Co-Operative Pharmacy (both have large warehouses in Stoke), Premier Foods, the makers of Mr Kiplings cakes, Stoke-on-Trent council and the University Hospital of North Staffordshire. Stoke has a major shopping centre in the Potteries Shopping Centre, which houses brand name stores like La Senza, Next, New Look, Top Shop, Topman, Burton and M&S, to name but a few. With a further shopping centre due to open in 2015, Stoke has established itself as the major shopping and retail area in Staffordshire. The city is also home to Staffordshire University and Stoke City Football Club, who's home games are played at the Britannia Stadium.