Hi, I’m George Nairn

My passion for health and fitness began over 6 years ago as a professional rugby player. During my time playing for Leicester Tigers, I learnt a lot about strength and conditioning but also about how to apply the right attitude.

I am a strong believer in 2 things, ambition and resilience. Not only regarding fitness, but in life. If you are ready to set a realistic goal and apply the right attitude and showcase your superior levels of resilience, I am here to help ANYONE, of ANY ABILITY, achieve ANYTHING they wish.

My online fitness services are the result of over 6 years experience of working at the highest level in sport and fitness, learning not just how to create amazing physical transformations, but also to help create sustainable health habits in and out of a professional environment.

Please take a look at my choice of Fitness Programmes and please feel free to email me if you have any questions or need more details on the training and diet advice and support that I offer?

I hope I can be of service in helping you to achieve your personal health and fitness goals.

Best wishes


Qualifications include:

  • Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training QCF
  • Active IQ Level 2 Diploma in Fitness Instructing, Sales and Business Skills
  • Active IQ Award in Working with Communities to Promote and Support Active Healthy Lifestyles QCF
  • Active IQ Level 2 Award in Instructing Kettlebells QCF
  • Active IQ Award in Instructing Circuit Sessions
  • Active IQ Level 2 Emergency First Aid QC

See George in action during some promotional work


Look forward to a new healthier you.

In the home, in the gym, or online with George Nairn

George Nairn

Lessons learned from a life in fitness

  • Was running really the best way to go out and burn body fat?

    Absolutely not! Actually I was running off muscle mass! Now I sprint and walk, jogging is a thing of the past for me and my clients.

  • Was it always best to lift as heavily as possible?

    Actually no, there’s a time for that but I actually lift my heaviest weights when losing body fat. To my astonishment I found that I could pack on muscle faster with as little as 30% what I used to lift by manipulating rest periods and rep ranges.

  • Was breakfast truly the most important meal of the day?

    Perhaps it’s true that your first meal of the day is the most important, but that doesn’t have to be in the morning, I’ve used intermittent fasting for three years now to recover faster and stay leaner, this means I don’t eat my first meal until noon.

  • Were protein shakes and other well marketed supplements really a necessity?

    Under close inspection it turned out that many of the top supplements on the market were little more than milk protein, sugar and preservatives. There is definitely a place for supplementation, but you’ve got to be careful not to be taken in by the hype!

  • Was training two or three times per day like an athlete the best way to ensure success?

    No! This was pushing me further and further into fatigue and actually slowing down my results. I started training 3-4 times per week, shortened my workouts and got great results.

  • Email George