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We are very proud of our team at Reboot as each member has been selected for their specific area of expertise, passion for results and their friendly manner. We have a fantastic team of fitness coaches that work at Reboot throughout the year – all of whom have been handpicked by Mark.
Mark is one of the UK’s leading fitness instructors combining both the physical and psychological elements of training into an easy to understand package. He is often called upon to write features and advice articles for fitness and lifestyle magazines. He is a renowned professional who has over 15 years experience working in the fitness industry; he was formerly in the Parachute Regiment and was also employed as a Physical Training Instructor in the army. He is also qualified in Sport Psychology to degree level and prides himself on being able to get the most from the client, both physically and mentally.
Mark set up Reboot Fitness and Weight Loss Boot Camp in 2009 to combine mind training, weight loss, nutritional advice and fitness into a week long retreat. He designs unique training plans to enable every client, whatever their ability, to improve health, fitness and performance with impressive, lasting results. Mark creates fitness plans to empower the client with the tools to become their own personal trainer.
Tom has been an integral member of the Reboot team for just over a year. He is a Level 3 qualified Personal Trainer and Gym Instructor. When Tom is not at Reboot he takes a number of functional fitness classes in his local area, as well as private clients.
“Building up a good level of trust between instructor and client is key to helping people achieve their full potential and I can assure you there is nothing we will get you doing that we haven’t done ourselves. The majority of people now work in offices, sitting at desks and spending hours driving their cars. The body is not designed for that, so Reboot helps to show you how movement can restore proper health and function in the body. We are lucky enough to be able to do this in some beautiful countryside right by the sea … not a bad way to get back on the right track.”
Naomi Devlin is a Homeopath and Nutritionist, who trained at the London College of Homeopathy and is professionally registered with the Society of Homeopaths. She also works alongside Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall at TV’s River Cottage.
Reboot Nutrition is all about eating real food, whole-grains, a rainbow of vegetables and fruit, pulses, fish, meat, nuts and seeds, live yogurt, whole-milk, butter, vegetable oils and a whole range of tasty herbs and spices that bring it all to life. The food at Reboot is all gluten free. This is because many people these days have mild gluten intolerance and do not realise it. Food intolerances can cause weight gain, water retention, fatigue, recurrent infections and a host of other unpleasant symptoms!
Reboot is incredibly fortunate to have Neil Heritage on the team as our Events Co-ordinator. He is a vital member of the Reboot team and co-ordinates the schedule of events, encourages the participants and manages the running of the house.
Neil, an ex-soldier, was working with a bomb disposal team in Iraq in November 2004 when he was the victim of a suicide bomber. He lost both his legs in the attack. Doctors said he was lucky to survive and that he would probably never walk again.
He was so determined to prove the doctors wrong that he employed Mark as a personal trainer and, with the help of a set of bionic legs, he took part in the Bournemouth Triathlon.
As part of his training for the triathlon, Neil attended Reboot fitness boot camp in order to push himself to the limit. One of the key benefits of Reboot is the psychological help provided to clients.
Reboot helped to unlock my negative emotions in order to set me positive and realistic goals said Neil.
After his week at Reboot Neil kept in touch with Mark and, when a position became available as an Event Co-ordinator, Neil was offered the job. Neil was such a positive influence to other attendees at Reboot that when the job came up Neil was the obvious choice. When clients come to Reboot they are sometimes full of negative emotions and lack confidence. Seeing how Neil completes the fitness events is such a source of inspiration to other Reboot clients. Neil has recently taken part in the Row2Recovery challenge, sailing across the Atlantic with a team of other injured soldiers in order to raise money for other servicemen and women who have been injured in our wars.
Pete has always been physically active and keeping fit has played an important part in his life, whether it be swimming, cycling, running or working out in the gym.
His appetite for adventure led him to join the Royal Marines. This provided him with a physically challenging and varied way of life, ranging from the extreme arctic temperatures of Northern Norway to the Falklands Conflict in 1982.
After nine successful years in the Royal Marines his fitness appetite continued by competing in a variety of outdoor pursuits such as Triathlons, along with club level running, swimming and cycling events and more recently kayaking.
At the age of 50 Pete decided to combine his life experiences with his passion for exercise and fitness, and studied to become a Personal Trainer. He loves what he does and makes it his mission to instill a healthy and active lifestyle in everybody he meets so that they can enjoy a life full of energy.
Helen is a fully qualified fitness instructor, taking classes mainly in circuits, spinning, body conditioning and aerobics and has been doing so for 32 years. She started young!
She is passionate about running and has competed in full and half marathons, triathlons and numerous running and cycling events. In addition to her fitness qualifications she also has a Diploma in Nutrition. Her sense of humour and easy going personality ensure that Helen is another great asset to the Reboot team.
Rachel is a Physical Training Instructor for Dorset Fire and Rescue. She is also a spinning instructor, bio mechanics trainer and personal trainer. Rachel teaches circuits classes in and around Charmouth and takes part in numerous running events including hill and cross country. Rachel is a retained firefighter and in her spare time (!) is learning how to become a Sports Masseur. We are very lucky to have Rachel as part of our team.