Established by Swindon Personal Trainer Julie Boyle in 2007, we are Wiltshire's premier weight loss specialist personal training company. Julie Boyle is the only Level 4 qualified Specialist in Obesity and Diabetes Management in Swindon.
Our full-time professional Personal Trainers, Julie Boyle and ex-international athlete Shona Watt, are members of the Register of Exercise Professionals, ensuring the highest standards in customer service. We share a no-nonsense approach to personal training that gets results. Contact us today to take the first step by arranging your first session (we guarantee a response from our trainers within 24 hrs).
Our trainers also offer beginners' running courses in Swindon, and a range of exercise and Pilates classes in Lydiard Millicent, near West Swindon Our mission is to Empower and Inspire each and every client to Transform their mindset and fitness level.
The Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs) has been set up to help safeguard and to promote the health and interests of people who are using the services of exercise and fitness instructors, teachers and personal trainers. The Register uses a process of self-regulation that recognises industry-based qualifications, practical competency, and requires exercise professionals to work within a Code of Ethical Practice.
Details of Julie and Shona's membership of REPs can be found on the REPs website.
Weight Loss Specialist and Founder of JB Personal Training
Julie is the founder of JB Personal Training, a Personal Training company with a difference. She is considered one of the most motivating, inspiring and tough trainers in Swindon.
Julie’s passion and expertise is in training women with weight to lose. Her ethos is that everyone has it in them to change and break the cycles that hold them back, by adopting a healthier lifestyle.
Co-Owner and Founder of Run JB
As an ex-international rugby player, ultramarathoner and ironman triathlete, Shona leads by example in JB Personal Training's quest to prove #thisgirlcan!
Growing up just down the road from the record-coldest place in Britain, she quickly realised that “there’s no such thing as the wrong weather, just the wrong clothes” – which would later become a much-loved JBPT mantra!