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This is your time to change the way you look after yourself.

Andrew Watkinson Personal Trainer
What you can expect from Fitagain’s 1:1 and 1:2 packages:
  • Bespoke training plan
  • A full body analysis revealing body composition
  • Detailed medical history breakdown
  • Postural checks
  • Full gym induction
  • Free weights form
  • Comprehensive nutritional advice based on your diet
  • Goal setting
  • Gym program to support personal use
  • Your own supportive Personal Trainer
  • Support outside of your training hour
  • Unlimited access to the best gym in the area!

This is an opportunity to be part of something that will be truly life-changing.

Stop wasting time attending classes that are not getting you results. Stop letting your mind hold you back from being the person you want to be.

Start taking control of you, let us guide you through personalised training to a better, healthier, happier you, that will last forever.

You will never be 100% ready to change. Don’t wait for the perfect moment. It will never come. You are ready to start today.



But I’m too old to do weights.

You are never too old to start resistance training. Studies have proven that regular strength training can delay or reverse frailty.

Only men do weight lifting.

Be it lifting a box and placing it on a shelf, carrying shopping bags, moving a chair or sofa, one requires muscles and the strength to carry out these tasks. While most women prefer cardio, they also need to focus on strength training and weightlifting to be able to carry out these tasks just as effectively as men.

I will pull a muscle doing it.

Resistance training can be dangerous if your technique is not right. But using a Personal Trainer will ensure you are fully warmed up, your technique is correct, you are fully assessed before taking part, a program is written just for you and they will talk with any medical advisors you are currently working with be it a physiotherapist, a chiropractor or your GP.

Resistance training will leave me looking like Arnold Schwarzenegger.

There are many reasons why a woman won’t gain the kind of bulk a man would. One of them being the male hormone called testosterone. Men are genetically designed to have more muscle mass and physical strength than women. At best, strength training will make a woman gain some lean mass and reduce extra body fat, resulting in her looking more toned and improving posture.

I’m too weak to lift weights.

There is no such thing as being too weak to lift weights. If you can lift anything you can weight train. Resistance training is all about the form and technique, and a gentle increase of load as you become proficient at what you’re doing.

I don’t have time to exercise.

Sometimes this may be the case, but mostly this is a choice. This is more about prioritising what is important to us. Exercising will improve your health, make you sexier, bring you confidence, it will change your life. So make time! Personal Training done right also saves you time, following a program designed for you means you work on the things you need to to gain the right results.

The gym is full of young people who look good, I will feel silly.

Personal Training does what it says on the tin (when done right), it’s personal, it’s all about you. No matter your age, shape, sex, experience, knowledge, it’s all about you. Your Personal Trainer will support you and encourage your progress, there is no room to feel silly. You should leave feeling good, and each time gaining more confidence until your self-consciousness has gone.

Meet The Team

We are a family founded business with a passion for transforming lives through fitness and healthy lifestyle changes. We listen to you and help you to find your goals as well as providing you with all the tools you need to make your goals become your reality.

We offer a variety of services including Personal Training, Ricky Hatton Boxing courses, Well-Being events and PT for children.

Our ethos is to be professional, non-judgemental, friendly, fun, inclusive, client-centered and caring within all of the services that we offer.  

“I started Fitagain with the aim of helping clients take control of their long-term health & fitness.”

Andrew WatkinsonFounder of Fitagain
Fitagain owner and personal trainer Andrew Watkinson. Picture taken in one of the best gyms in devon
Owner, CEO

Andrew Watkinson

BSc (Hons), MPT

Meet Andrew Watkinson-A qualified Master Personal Trainer having trained at the best PT school in Europe. Andrew is a father of 2 girls who you will often meet at the boocamps cheering everyone on. Andrew was inspired to become a Personal Trainer when serving in the Royal Navy and whilst on deployment sustained a lower back injury which led him to be hospitalised. Following this he was put on a top-end Back Rehabilitation Course which allowed his back to recover and saved him from having surgery. The experience made him realise that he wanted to help others learn about themselves and become stronger both physically and mentally. Having served 23 years in the Royal Navy, his experience has helped him within my 2nd career: you will always find that I am punctual and polite, and sessions are always well planned and structured. Andrew’s passion is to get as many people fit in the fasted time possible whilst having fun on the way. Whatever service you book you will have lots of laughs along the way and a lot of the time you won’t even notice you are exercising! Andrew’s strengths are in coaching where he will work with you to find your WHY, your motivation and set goals to achieve your ambitions. He is a highly trained Personal Trainer providing you with excellent service and has specialised in the following areas:

– Level 4 Back Care
– Level 3 Exercise Referral
– Strength and Conditioning
– Fitness and Motivation Coaching
– Ricky Hatton Elite Boxing Coach

Andrew can’t wait to start working with you and help you achieve your goals.

Picture of female personal trainer for fitagain set in private gym in devon
PT & Manager

Alanah Bray

BA (Hons), MPT

Meet Alanah Bray - Master Personal Trainer at FitAgain! She initially joined as a 1:1 client of Andrews, where she re-discovered her love for weights and saw how personal training can change peoples lives. Her passion for training led Andrew to offer her a position with FitAgain, training her to coach in the unique FitAgain way! Alanah has always led a very active lifestyle, finding time to incorporate fitness between mothering duties, her career, and studying. She has a vibrant and compassionate nature, and wants to see her clients take ownership of their fitness journeys with her supporting their hard work. Alanah helps Andrew push the boundaries of the FitAgain business, and together they want to bring you something inspiring!

- Studied at the best PT school in Europe
- Level 3 Master Personal Trainer
- Fitness and motivation coaching
- Studying - Level 4 cancer rehabilitation
- Studying - Level 3 exercise referral

  • We are highly trained, insured and experienced in what we provide
  • Fully DBS checked
  • We make it accessible to anyone and everyone
  • We are community focused, organising local events
  • We are never boring, you will never do the same exercise twice in a row
  • We offer client get togethers to find motivation partners (wine evenings, team events)

Our Ethos

The Space

The environment where your training takes place is important to us, hence why it has taken 2 years of looking to find something that is perfect.

We want you to feel at home, to be in a space that you feel safe in and can let yourself go.

No Egos

We are built on foundations of trust and relationships, being approachable to our clients is a value we feel strongly about.

We will never judge or compare, your heart and mind are at the centre of what we do – as cheesy as it sounds, this is genuinely what we feel.

Our clients mean everything to us, and we do this for you. We want to see you reach a place where you feel stronger, in control and confident. Lots of our clients have changed their lives through our training.


From the age of 6 to 84, we welcome and provide to everyone. From disabilities of varying degrees, mental health, weight loss, weight gain, complex back issues, arthritis, hyper-mobility – we are here for you.

Looking at each and everybody as a complete individual, our analysis of your body allows us to produce bespoke programming that brings back confidence in your ability.


You will not sign up and be left on the shelf here. This is a gym where everyone knows your name, where you will feel at home and part of something.

We will laugh together, and maybe even cry. We care, and this is reflected in the changes you will see in your habits, leading to a sustainable healthy lifestyle.

Our Mission Statement

‘Our mission is to revolutionise the fitness industry on a global scale by setting and upholding the highest standards of excellence, demonstrating unwavering courage in the face of challenges, and always putting the personal needs of our clients first. We strive to impact as many people as possible, empowering them to achieve their fitness goals and transform their lives through a personalised and holistic approach to health and wellness. Our ultimate goal is to inspire and enable individuals to take control of their physical and mental well-being, creating a happier, healthier world for generations to come.’


We pride ourselves on being an inclusive gym that caters for all. Any age, whatever your ability, your goals and reason for coming, our trainers have the expertise to develop programs to effectively meet your needs. Whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle mass, rehabilitate from an injury, be more functional in everyday tasks, build your confidence, get your body and mind back, we are the gym and trainers for you. The carefully crafted programs are established following a thorough consultation with you, we really want to know who you are in order to take you to where you want to be.





Under 16

Clients that are under 16 – we work with them due to disability or mental health challenges

Over 50

The % of our clients that are over the age of 50


Isn’t 1:4 training just the same as a class?

No! Each person in the session has a training program that’s designed to suit their body’s needs. The Personal Trainer will be with you throughout your session to guide you through each exercise, and spot you when doing free weights. Keeping the numbers at 4 means that we can give you all the attention you need, without the intensity of a 1:1 session. Programs will be reviewed once a month to develop your training.

What if others in the 1:4 sessions are fitter than me?

This really doesn’t matter, and is actually a great way to encourage your own training. We are a friendly gym that attracts very honest and genuine clients. There will never be an air of competitiveness, but more of commardier and supportiveness. You should always work within your own parameters and only ever set your goals to become a better you, not someone else.

Why should I use a Personal Trainer?

Simply put, to reach your goals quicker. Some people are happy to follow their own programme in their own time and place; for those who lack the time, or the motivation, or the energy to train effectively on their own, a Personal Trainer can be the answer. The support, advice and encouragement comes with safe exercise technique to help you avoid injuries.

When do I need a Personal Trainer?

When you are overweight, when you are underweight, when you are unfit, when you want to get fitter, when you have just had a baby, when you are in training, when you are bored with training, when the kids have left home, when the jeans don’t fit, when you are too busy to keep fit, when you are going skiing, when Christmas has happened, when summer is about to happen, when aerobics has got boring, when you can’t avoid the mirror, when you always avoid the scales, when you want to!

How often should I train?

There is no ‘should’ – you can achieve results working out in a gym, in the park, or at home. It is more a matter of availability and of convenience for you, particularly if you have special rehabilitative needs, which may require special equipment. The knowledge on how to train is more important here.

Will my Trainer put me on a diet or stop me smoking/drinking?

Most Personal Trainers are fully aware that in order to change an unhealthy lifestyle you have to work within it. You will find that many Personal Trainers can give you nutritional and lifestyle advice – whether you take it is up to you. We are only with you a few hours a week, but the fitter you become, the better you will treat your body as a natural consequence.

Can I set the time I work out?

You are the client and so should be able to train when you want. We always try our hardest to get you a time that will work around your life. However, do remember that trainers will have existing clients and so your first choice may not be available so it’s best to be flexible. If you’re changing your training time, always give at least 24 hours notice – otherwise you’ll be charged.

What happens during a Personal Training session?

A personal training session will last for one hour. This will follow along the lines of a brief warm-up followed by your main training programme where you will focus on your goals using cardiovascular, strength or flexibility exercises. Finally there will be a cool down or relaxation period. Any programme may vary from one session to the next according to the clients’ needs and progress.

Does a Personal Trainer ask questions about your lifestyle?

The nature of personal training is such that it incorporates your needs, goals and preferences. The trainer will need to ask some initial questions during the consultation, which probe the demands that are placed on you from your job or lifestyle. Typically the first session will include questions about :

    • Basic personal details
    • Medical background
    • Fitness background
    • Lifestyle factors (e.g. smoking or drinking)
    • Nutritional habits (you may be asked to keep a diary)
    • Personal goals and objectives in relation to fitness

So as you can see a trainer looks at more than just the fitness or exercise component of your life. Any professional trainer should be able to provide information and advice about nutrition, stress management, motivational techniques and then be able to refer you on to others where the need may arise (Chiropractics or Massage say.)

I have a disability/medical issues, how will Personal Training benefit me?

As Personal Trainers we have a degree of knowledge surrounding various medical conditions. We also read widely around disability. As with any body, form and technique is the most important factor to training, so this would be applied to you also. We can adapt exercises to benefit any condition and gain you results. We will also work very closely with existing practitioners within your medical team in order to provide programming that is suitable and safe for you.

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