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Personal trainers Luton
Luton has some of the best personal trainers offering highly motivational one-to-one personal training sessions in and around Luton and the Bedfordshire area, training clients at your home, local gym and local parks and fields. Luton personal trainers are able to offer a wide range of personal fitness training services, including boot camps, home-based personal training, fitness classes for small groups, nutritional advice, tailor-made exercise programme design and more, all in and around the Luton and Bedfordshire area.
Our Luton personal trainers also offer personal training in and around neighbouring areas, including:
|Kings Langley |
If you're looking to improve your health, develop your fitness or lose your love handles then our Luton personal trainers can help. Our personal trainers are highly trained and can offer guidance, support, motivation and the encouragement to reach your health, fitness or weight loss goals safely and effectively.
Luton is a large town situated 30 miles north of London in the county of Bedfordshire. Luton has a long and interesting history. For example, artefacts dating back 250,000 years ago have been found. Luton also played a small part in the English Civil War when a number of royalist where killed or capture after demanding money and goods from the townsfolk. Luton also became a town famous for making hats in the 18th century, which became the major industry in Luton at the time. Some hats are still made in the town but not to a scale seen in 1700s. In 20th century Luton entered a new phase of manufacturing when Vauxhall Motors open a plant in 1905, which like many other car plants in the UK eventually closed to massive job loses. Today, the main economic driving force in Luton is service sector jobs, including retail and the airport; Luton airport being one of the busiest airports in the UK. Air companies such as Easyjet, Monarch and Thomson Holidays and Thomson Airways are all represented in the town. The town is a student town also, with thousands of students each year attending the University of Bedfordshire.