Genuine couch potato to non-stop 5k run

September 17, 2014 By In See The Results 5 Comments

When I first met Helen in April 2014 I was a genuine couch potato, I couldn’t run for 20 seconds.  By August 2014 Helen had got me round the Chipping Sodbury 5k Park Run in under 35 minutes!!!  Her focused sessions are exactly what I needed to help me improve my running and overall fitness

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Life changing confidence to get fitter

September 17, 2014 By In See The Results 3 Comments

Helen has actually changed my life and given me confidence that I can get fitter.  I can now stand up straight for the first time in years and walk more than a few yards without stopping…..please read my story…. Some 5 years ago l was quite fit, swimming, doing aerobics and an avid gardener. I

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Mud, sweat and beers. From zero to Rock Solid

April 25, 2014 By In See The Results 3 Comments

I’m 36 years old and I hadn’t been for a jog in six years… I was sure I used to be fit and still thought I might be, but session 1 with Helen Howells proved otherwise.  It turns out my muscles had given up on me a long time ago.   My friends challenged me

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Marianne’s Story

October 16, 2013 By In See The Results 3 Comments

I first contacted Helen in May 2013. I had started running after Christmas in 2012 and was feeling that I wasn’t getting the progress I wanted. I had my first meeting with Helen and told her that I had booked myself onto a Race for Life in June as an incentive and that I was

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What a difference 30 minute training sessions make !

June 28, 2013 By In See The Results 2 Comments

For some people, 1 hr training sessions do not suit their work/life balance and when Michelle contacted HH Fitness this was exactly the case.  So in line with what did suit Michelle, HH Fitness worked out a package to provide 2 x 30 minute training sessions each week, early in the morning, before work.  

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Fit to Party !

June 23, 2013 By In Blog, See The Results 3 Comments

People come to HH Fitness with a variety of targets and goals, whether that’s running a race; losing weight or generally getting fitter and stronger.  However, following an accident which damaged his spinal cord, Billy’s goal was quite simple, to stand and dance all night with his fellow students and carry his own back-pack when

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