Hills Physical Developments

Hills Physical Developments

Hills Physical Developments is a personal training and fitness company run by qualified personal trainer Scott Hills. Hills Physical Developments offer personal training in Harpenden, Luton, Dunstable and the surrounding areas. Hills Physical Developments can offer personal training at your home, workplace, local parks and out of the Optimum Healthcare Solutions private gym facility in Luton.

HIlls Physical Developments personal training and fitness qualifications

Scott Hills is an extremely well-educated personal trainer. He holds a number of fitness and exercise qualifications, meaning that he is able to offer some of the very best personal training services in the Luton and Bedfordshire area. Scott's qualifications include:

  • Action for Rehabilitation from Neurological Injury Certified Trainer
  • American College of Sports Medicine Health Fitness Specialist
  • BSc in Sports and Exercise Science with Honours at the University of Bedfordshire
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine Performance Enhancement Specialist
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer
  • National Vocational Qualification in Coaching, Teaching and Instruction at Level 3
  • Central YMCA Qualifications at Level 3
  • Central YMCA Qualifications at Level 2
  • Foundation Modern Apprenticeship in Sport, Recreation and Allied Occupations (Coaching, Teaching & Instructing)

Hills Physical Developments personal training specialisms

Hills Physical Developments have a very diverse personal training client base. Their specialist area is mainly in all types of rehabilitation including neuro-rehabilitation. Hills Physical Developments can of course tackle all aspects of personal training including positive changes to body composition changes to body fat percentage, weight loss and lean muscle tissue gains.

Hills Physical Developments personal training client testimonials

I was 12 years old when I started with Scotty. After an assessment he found faults in my posture and muscle balance. I saw Scotty to help improve my rugby playing ability, and since working with him I have recently been chosen to represent England at under 16's level. Without the work I have done with Scotty I am aware I would have been much more prone to injury and unable to train continually at a high level of intensity. So thanks to Scotty's work with me with his dedication and professionalism he's got me where I am today! 

Reece Marshall (England U16's & Northampton Saints)

In October 2011 Trevor was diagnosed with a brain tumor (acoustic neuroma). Many months went by and Trevor had lost his ability to walk, relied on a stair lift and any enthusiasm to enjoy life had gone. All Trevor did was sit in a chair and watch TV. He had no interest in even answering the phone or using his computer. Prior to him suffering from the brain tumour he loved to play the tuba, but due to the deterioration in his breathing he was also unable to play. In November 2012 I contacted a friend who worked at the Stroke Association who recommended Scotty.

On the 23rd November 2012 Scott came and started with Trevor and began a programme of 2-3 sessions per week. The change in Trevor by Christmas was greater than we could have ever imagined. Trevor was walking around the home with his frame, and his co-ordination was noticeably improving despite the tumour not reducing in size. In late January things really started to come together. Scotty got a reluctant Trevor walking outside with his frame and within the house unaided. Trevor is also now able to get up and down the stairs independently without his stair lift. Trevor is now capable of getting up and down from the floor by himself that has allowed Scotty to add floor exercises to sessions. Trevor's interaction and conversations with Scotty has lead to him once again wanting to answer the phone and he wants to see his friends. Trevor is simply a different person from last year and it all thanks to Scotty's hard work and professional advice.

Last week (now in February 2013) thanks to Scotty's persistent encouragement he turned on the computer again, wet shaved, helped with cooking and washed up. Scotty has made an enormous difference to Trevor's life. A difference noticed by our family, friends and at our must recent checks up at the GP surgery. Trevor's GP has asked us to send a well-done message to Scotty as he too is overwhelmed by the improvements. Thanks Scotty!

Valerie Router (Wife of Trevor Router - Brain Tumor)