Welcome to Pro Train - West Berkshire, Oxford & Basingstoke

Pro Train is a mobile Personal Training and Sports Therapy service, operating across Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Basingstoke, including Hungerford, Thatcham, Newbury, Goring & Streatley, and the surrounding areas.

We offer Personal Training, Sports Therapy, Nutrition Advice,Boot Camps, Pro Train Kids (after schools clubs) and combat parties, and Corporate personal training services to individuals, schools and businesses.

 


 

Personal Training

The best way to achieve results is to make healthy and sustainable lifestyle choices, and an excellent way to learn those practices is through Personal Training.

Sports Therapy

Sports Therapy can help you to improve your performance, prevent injury and restore mobility to injured soft tissue. Massage increases blood flow, reduces pain

Nutrition

A healthy diet can help prevent illness, promote weight loss, increase energy levels, resulting in glowing skin and shiny hair, and can support development in children.

Circuit Training

We aim to transform our guests on all levels – body, mind and spirit. There is no competition, judgement or pressure, just support and encouragement every step of

Fitness Retreat

Launched in 2016, Pro Train is delighted to offer a fitness training retreat (maximum 12 people per boot camp) on the island of Menorca. These boot camps will be

Pro Train Kids

Nowadays, with so much concern over child fitness and obesity, we have the perfect answer to providing healthy fitness classes that are great fun. Learning the joys of exercise

Corporate

At Pro Train, our team of highly qualified personal trainers can run onsite personal training sessions for your employees. We can deliver tailored weekly corporate

Testimonials

All client testimonials seen on our website are from a genuine Pro Train client who has followed our plans and programmes. Their success in no way relates to any other client

 


 

"I'm so busy that I know I'd never train if Marc wasn't there waiting for me at the crack of dawn with a big smile ready to go."

Sarah Willingham, BBC's Dragons Den.