Client Focus Friday – Phoenix Health & Fitness

Welcome to the second edition in our new series – each Friday we will present one of our fantastic clients to you, telling of the services they offer, a little bit about their background & how we help them along this journey.

CS Client Focus Friday

Phoenix Health & Fitness NI is a state of the art training studio based in East Belfast focused on 1:1 PT, small group PT sessions and offer classes such as circuits & glutecamp.

Managing Director Alan is a highly respected Personal Trainer with 6 years experience in the industry and after training clients in other gyms, he took the step 18 months ago to open his own studio.

Alan remarks – “I’ve always been keen to continue to grow my business. Now working out of my own studio, where I specialise in one-to-one training with clients, I’m also given the opportunity to challenge myself in new ways and take my business to new heights. My goal is to become a recognised face within the fitness industry, to offer clients a level of service which can’t be rivalled, and to better educate the public about the do’s and don’ts of diet and exercise.”

Alan will shortly release his first book which is all about busting the myths of training and weight loss. You can get a free chapter by sending Alan a PM via social media at Phoenix Health & Fitness. Alan writes weekly articles for Belfast Telegraph and is a public speaker. One to be watched!

 

Alan became a client of Cartmill Stewart 2 years ago and we have taken him on a journey:

• From Self-Employed Sole Trader to Limited Company.

• Looking after all of the Company’s compliance work (accounts, tax & payroll)

• Alan appreciates the additional value that we, as his business advisors can offer and so has also been part of our mentoring program over the last year, focusing on business development, growing personal brand etc.

Alan, you’re a star and we are blown away by your determination and focus. Well done!

 

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