What we do
Different services available
Fat loss training
In the gym, at home or in the park we use a combination of resistance training, kettlebells and circuits to create an optimal fat burning environment.
Strength & conditioning
Using scientific training methods to get you ready for your sport. Olympic lifting, plyometrics, speed work, kettlebells and much more.
Whether you want to get lean, bulk up or just be healthy we can provide the nutrition plan to suit your needs.
With over 20 years of Martial Arts experience we know how to get you strong, fit and flexible. Bodyweight training, disciplined mind and perseverance.
Actuate Personal Training has been training clients in Tunbridge Wells since 2010. We’re here to help you burn fat, tone up and get fit. At Actuate we offer small group and personal training, exercise programmes, food plans and nutritional advice for anyone, at home, in the park or at the gym. The focus is on what you can do that fits in with your life and getting you to achieve your goals. Train at home, in a park or at the Gym in the town centre. We also offer Martial arts classes for kids and adults.
Luke has been working at the Gym in the heart of Tunbridge Wells town centre since it opened.
Luke has dedicated over 20 years to Taekwon-Do and is an international instructor and current member of the England Taekwon-Do team.
A major part of getting fit and improving performance. Luke is a qualified nutrition advisor and can help with your food planning.
APT started by training clients out in parks and in the homes and is still a big part of the business.
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