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'The Studio' is my exclusive Personal Training & Massage Therapy studio, located just outside Warrington town centre at Unit 12, Catherine Street, WA5 0LH.

It is for the exclusive use of me and my clients and has its own private carpark. Unlike many other studios, I don't rent out space to other PT's, I don't have any members, nor do I run classes, so your sessions are always completely private.

There are no interruptions, no classes, no other PT's and their clients and there is no waiting around for space or equipment.

To my knowledge, there is no other Personal Training studio like it in the area.

All of my clients have the choice of having their sessions at home, at my studio, outdoors, or any combination of the three. The session price is the same regardless of where you choose to take them.



Isambard Kingdom Brunel:  What a great name!  He built bridges, railways, docks and ships...basically, he got stuff done!  We could certainly use him today. Rough Trade: The definitive indie label.  In the late 70's, they changed the musical world. This should be compulsory reading.  Big Brother is most certainly watching us! Frankie Howerd:  Tiitter ye not! Spiderman:  As a kid, I had literally thousands of US imported Marvel comics. The WASP synthesizer:  The first affordable synth.  I bought one for £400 back in 1980.  I still have it to this very day. David Bowie:  At his peak, between 'Hunky Dory' and 'Heroes', the man was a genius. The Cramps:  Punk meets Rockabilly meets Horror.  Total class. The Sex Pistols:  While my fellow school pupils were listening to 'Grease' and 'Saturday Night Fever', I was listening to these guys. Rickenbacker 4001 Bass:  My instrument of choice back in the early 80's.  I was going to change the world!!  Yeah, whatever! Kate Bush:  Freaky, but brilliant.  Anyway, what is there not to love about a flame-haired beauty in a chain-mail bikini weilding a broadsword? Salvador Dali:  As is so often the case, brilliant, but totally mad. The Silver Surfer:  When comics grew up. 3 Series BMW in 'Bad Boy' red:  Probably the best car in the world. Winston Churchill:  The epitomy of the, long since dead, British bulldog spirit.  For an uncomfortably large number of people, it has now been replaced by an obsession with drinking themselves into oblivion. The late, great John Peel:  The man responsible for my musical education. Ken Dodd:  A comic genius.  It amuses me greatly that I now live but a short drive away from Knotty Ash. Andy Warhol:  Cooler than cool.  The reason why I specialised in silk screen printing at school. I love dance music.  Unfortunately, MOS is but a shadow if it's former self these days. Leslie Nielson:  "I am serious...and don't call me Shirley" Tiswas:  In the late 70's, this was essential Saturday morning telly.  This is what they want!! Lord Byron:  By all counts, a bit of a lad.  "mad, bad and dangerous to know", apparently. 'Seeds for the Reaper', by my brother, Gary.  Available on Amazon! Ian Curtis:  The frontman of 'Joy Division'.  Their first album, 'Unknown Plasures'  defines early 80's post punk. Lennon & McCartney:  They made the scouse accent sound cool! 'A Bigger Splash', by David Hockney.  Along with Andy Warhol, my inspiration to go to art college. Wayne's World, Wayne's World, party time, excellent! Factory Records:  The home of 'Joy Division' and one of the most creative record labels in the history of everything. The Stone Roses:  regular visitors to the CD player in my car.  One of the reasons  why British music is the best in the world. Johnny Bravo:  Far too good for kids.  Awwwww...mamma....