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hape up without being shouted at with a trainer who’ll use pliés
rather than push-ups to g et you fabulous. If your goal for 2011
is to get fit, a personal trainer might help you reach it. And, if you
don’t fancy boot-camp style, there are alternatives: Sarah Devlin,
for example, a bubbly mobile personal trainer new to Perth. “I
don’t think a personal trainer has to be shouty or intimidating,” she says.
Sarah says people hire trainers to provide motivation, structure and a time
just for them. “We can focus in on you... in terms of what’s going on in your
life, with your stress, your lifestyle... it’s all about you and getting you where
you want to be with your body, your wellbeing and your health,” she says.
Sarah arrived here with her friendly style less than six months ag o from
London, where she honed her training skills on the well-heeled ladies of
Chelsea and Knightsbridge, including the queen’s cousin Lady Helen Taylor:
“A beautiful lady in her 40s.” Lady Helen was a media favourite and training
outdoors sometimes meant outwitting the paparazzi.
“She’d had trainers for years,” says Sarah. “She was the one who said ‘I like
it because you understand my body and the next day my glutes hurt and my
inner thighs hurt, and I’m feeling leaner and lighter’.” [continued p140]
We help you sort both your body and mind for 2011,
plus give you the top tips on putting your best face forward
Health news 126 | Cosmetic procedures 130 | Beach smart 136 | Expert advice 140
Ensure you get a jump on 2011,
with tips for mind and body
from two of Perth’s experts
words Beth Muhling photography Rob Simeon
Sarah Devlin: the personal
trainer with a focus on less
shouting and more support.
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