Personal Trainers in Coventry

Personal Trainer Coventry

Are you looking for personal trainers in Coventry 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 Coventry
  • One-to-one Coventry personal training
  • Home-based workouts
  • Weight loss, fitness and well-being
  • The right motivation to reach your goals

Personal training in Coventry

Coventry is home to a number of personal fitness trainers eager to get the population of Coventry and the West Midlands in shape. Coventry personal training is a great way to achieve all these things and more by simply committing yourself to working hard with a one-to-one personal trainer at least once a week. Our Coventry personal trainers are qualified, hold personal training insurance and are fun, friendly and can help you achieve your goals.

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

Bishop's Itchington
Bishop's Tachbrook
Hampton in Arden
Long Itchington
Long Lawford
Royal Leamington Spa
Stoney Stanton
Water Orton

Simply use the Total Trainer personal training request form above and we will work hard to match your goal and location with your pefect Coventry personal trainer that will be able to guide you through an exercise programme and dietary advice that will be simple, easy to follow and help you reach your goals quickly.

About Coventry

Coventry is located in the West Midlands area and is the UK's 12th largest and the Midlands 3rd largest city with over 316,000 residents. Coventry is a vibrant city with two universities, Coventry University and the University of Warwick. Coventry has a wealth of tourist attractions, from the cathedral to the world-famous Lady Godiva parade. Landmarks in the area include the ruins of the old cathedral, destroyed beyond repair by the German air force during blitz bombings in World War II. Coventry, alongside with Hull and Portsmouth, aside from London were the cities mostly affected by blitz attacks. After the war the city was rebuilt, with a new pedestrian shopping centre, a new cathedral and major manufacturing businesses, including automotive factories for the likes of Jaguar. Coventry has a long tradition of sport and is home to Coventry City Football Club, the shock 1987 FA Cup winners, beating Spurs 3-2. Other popular sports in the city include Speedway, rugby league, stock car racing and ice hockey.