PT Sessions from £15 for 2019!

One-to-one training sessions at Impulse Leisure, Blackshots, Impulse Leisure, Corringham and Impulse Leisure, Belhus Park start from just £15! Spaces limited, book now on 07852808264 or follow us on Facebook.

Lauren Merchant


I started training for 3 months to gain a base fitness and then I started doing 2 PT sessions a week with Ryan along with fitness classes or cardio sessions,I followed a diet plan he supplied me with. Ryan gave me help with training at home when I couldn’t make it to the gym.


After 3 months I upped my PT to 3 sessions a week and after 6 months I had reached my goals. I felt confident, healthy and fit and fitted into my wedding dress perfectly. I could not have reached my goals without his help. My before and after pictures show the results.

Rohan Seal

I met Ryan last year at a local boot camp session he lead, and we instantly hit it off. I saw from the way he approached the classes that he knew his work well and understood my needs – not just mine, but everyone in the class. I sought out advice from Ryan before taking part in a Spartan Race, an endurance obstacle course race similar to Tough Mudder and other endurance events. As I’d never taken part in an event like this, I figured that I would need all the help I could get. From what I’d seen in the boot camp sessions, I knew he could help me.

Ryan took the time to sit down and discuss in detail with me the nature of the race I was taking part in, as well as explaining the obstacles I would potentially face. This enabled him to understand what assistance I would need, constructing a weekly workout plan that was structured around my full-time job and still enabled me to have a social life. The plan was tailored specifically to what I was looking for – to lower my body fat whilst increasing fitness, core strength and power.

Along with the workout plan, Ryan constructed a diet than gave me the calories I needed to sustain my energy through the week. The plan included all the food I loved and involved me eating every three hours to keep my metabolic rate high. Although initially daunted by the amount of food he suggested I should eat, it wasn’t long before I was devouring my way through all the food he suggested.

Thanks to Ryan’s help developing a workout and diet plan, I had the confidence and ability to complete not one, but three Spartan Races in the space of three months. Although I do not meet with Ryan as much as I did before, he provided me with necessary the help that I have used throughout my training today. I have taken the advice and guidance with me, which has provided me with the ability and confidence to take part in future events. I certainly wouldn’t be where I am today without him.

Katie Talbot

I started sessions with Ryan back in April 2013 to prepare myself for a half marathon. I had signed myself up for without any training. Straight away Ryan set me a diet plan and an exerciseKatie Talbot Before and after program. We met regularly to track my progress and to extend my training.


At the beginning I was worried about the amount he had set me to eat and the weight training he had planned for me. As someone who has always been conscious of weight, it took me a while understand why I needed the amount suggested. Plus the idea of weights scared me, I had the perception weights will make you bulky and that was not the look I was going for. However, the results proved to me that I needed to eat more to be able to give me the energy to complete the training program as well as using weights to strengthened my muscles to give me the power to run. I was very pleased with the results and was more than prepared by the time I completed my run in August.


I had a break from my strict training/eating for a few months and began training again in November. At this point I was I fully aware that the diet (even though it was more than I would normally eat) was the most important thing to be successful. Since January, I have met with Ryan twice a week for weight/strength training which is something I would not have the confidence to do on my own. We have set a cardio/core program to so around this and after a month I feel more toned and energised. I am looking forward to seeing more evident results after a few months. Patience is the key and I know changes won’t happen over night.

Robert Baker

I started as an over weight lorry driver not doing any exercise other than down the pub. Started in the garden with digging our fish pond I thought it was going to take forever.


Any way time went on and I did not do as much as I wanted to/should have done and by the time I did I was enormous. As my age was creeping on I had to have a medical to renewal my HGV licence, to my shock I was told that I was severely over weight (not sure where they got that from) and that I needed to get it sorted out. With that in my mind knowing that I needed my licence I set about doing some exercise.

I started to bike to work every day about 18/20 miles (which nearly killed me) round trip. This then began taking the weight off the first couple of months I lost a lot. After doing this for about 5/6 months I decided to take up running as well. By the time I got to about 9 months in I had lost nearly 5 stone in weight. I looked and felt like a different person even some of my relatives did not recognise me. I felt great and looked thin. I then gave my self a challenge and took a biking holiday in Slovenian Alps. The views were breath taking but the hills were big and challenging.


Once I returned home I decided that I needed a new challenge and done a duathlon (bike-run) my time was not great but at least I completed it and did not bail out.

My next challenge for me was to do a Triathlon, this is serious stuff so I got some professional swimming lessons, a new bike and a bucket load of enthusiasm and set about doing some training for my next event. Triathlons are a bit expensive to do so I signed myself up to one for charity, this was my first ever and I wanted to do my best and not finish last.


DuathlonAfter completing this triathlon I went on to do more and raised more money for charity. I have since done more running and even done a 100 mile bike ride.

At work my achievement has inspired others to get involved and to just do some exercise to keep fit.

I am now looking for other challenges to do and I have a Bucket List which is as follows

Compete in a Yacht Race, Trek to the North Pole, Marathon des Sables (six day race in Sahara desert), Drive a Road Train across the Australian outback.

All of which takes time and money but hay one day I will get there. I have even started with my first one the Yacht Race I am on the Clipper Venture Yacht Race doing legs 7 and 8.

Why a yacht race – it is a test of Nerve, Endurance and Pushing Mind, Body and Sole to limits I have never done before. Ryan Worthington was instrumental in getting me to the level of fitness that I am today and fully recommend his work!

Ollie Lampert

I came to Ryan in 2006 in desperate need to get in shape. I weighed 23 stone at 21 years of age, and was told by my GP I wouldn’t make it to 30 years old. I took a trip to Impulse leisure at Belhus Park and was put in touch with Ryan to get a training programme together to get me fit and healthy. After 5 training sessions with Ryan I had a plan in place. I regularly trained with Ryan over the next 2 years. I got down to 12st 5lb and have remained around that weight since. I am fit and healthy i have recently taken part in a London to Paris bike ride for the British Heart Foundation. It took a lot of will power and determination to get there but Ryans guidance, and expertise were instrumental in getting me there. If anyone wanted to take training seriously and get into shape then It would be a no brainer to call Ryan and book yourself in while you can!


Part of my mission is to make sure that people I work with to achieve their fitness goals are educated enough that they can continue their journey without needing me.


I take pride in being able to give my clients the push they need to get where they want to be in terms of health and fitness.


Embedded in my ethos is the desire to inspire my clients to want to be their best selves, without that, there is no reason to do what I do.

Why work with me?

I am not a salesman. Unlike many Personal Trainers in Essex, I care deeply about my clients progress and want to help get results quickly.

Personal training isn't about shouting at someone to make them exercise. For me it's about the ten years experience and knowledge I have behind me, which allows me to educate clients on how to quickly get where they want to be.

Ryan Worthington, Founder

Ryan Worthington

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