Bio

Laura is an inspiring International sports loving, energetic self employed mother of 2 ( the beautiful Louis and Toby) who has a huge passion in showing other females the huge value exercise has in all areas their life. Laura shows that age or motherhood shouldn’t be seen as an obstacle and that you can still follow your dreams regardless of all life’s hurdles and that you do not have to follow what is meant to be the ‘norm’. She believes that exercise can be the answer to almost every problem someone faces, and this is why she aims to get as many people involved as possible! She shows that even the busiest of people can be the healthiest versions of themselves.

Laura has vast experience and knowledge in everything exercise and wellness related, for the unfit to the elite. She graduated as a Sports Scholar from the University of Maryland with a degree in Kinesiological Sciences, before moving on to complete a PGCE and NQT year in PE Teaching. Laura has many fitness qualifications ranging from a Level 3 Personal trainer to being trained on everything female fitness as a Holistic Core Restore Coach.

Laura has over 14 years experience of working in female fitness through Personal Training and owning 2 Ladies Fitness Centres and now a new gym www.Fitin30.life with Business Partner Sharon. She is founder of fitmuma.uk and inspires mums to take care of themselves physically and mentally guilt free. Laura shows mums the ‘I can attitude’ and teaches that ‘taking care of themselves is part of taking care of the family.’

Laura has represented Wales, not only as a Coach at an U19 World Cup, but also as a player in two sports, namely Lacrosse and Football. Laura has reached the highest level possible competing as a Female Athlete as she has not only played in an U!9 World Cup but also 5 Major World Cups. Laura has been named on the “All World Team” on two consecutive occasions, and has won numerous MVP’s. Laura was a Fully paid Sport Scholar on the University of Maryland Women’s Lacrosse Team where she won an ACC Championship and reached the semi Finals of the prestigious NCAA Tournament. Most recently, Laura helped in lacrosse history by representing Great Britain at the 2017 World Games. This is a stepping stone to helping lacrosse reach the Olympics.

Laura is passionate about showing girls that sport and exercise can enhance their future through the skills and habits they will pick up from participation. To do this she has run her own sports camps, and coached lacrosse in Australia and America as well as the Uk. She has a love and passion for sport, exercise and wellness that is hard to hide from. She inspires the ‘unfit’, ‘exercise hater’ by providing help through personal training, classes, workshops, retreats and online presence. She inspires the elite sports women around her through her leadership and motivation.

Laura’s drive, passion, energy, determination, entrepreneurship flare and ‘Just do’ attitude has seen her recently pick up numerous awards. Laura won the ‘Pitman Working Mum of the Year 2018’ and was recently shortlisted for the South Wales Personal Trainer of the Year, Fitness Entrepreneur of the Year and the Class of the Year. Laura won numerous awards on Training Camps whilst With Curves and also won the Shining Star Club Award and “Smile’ Club of the Year. Laura has been contacted by numerous fitness professionals to share her work via podcasts, and was recently contacted by the BBC Wales Radio station for her input.

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Awards and Recognition

  • Laura was named 2018 ‘Working Mum Of The Year’ Pitman Training for 2018. Read the article here.
  • Laura has been recognised as a Super Achiever by Pitman Training for 2018. Read the article here.
  • Shortlisted personal trainer of the year, Class of the year & Fitness entrepreneur of the year.