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Hi there fitness friend,

My name is Sam Hall. I'm a Personal Trainer, Brighton girl and founder of the Miss Fit Club. I'm a wife and mother, lover of the seaside, sunsets and smoothies. 

Being in my 40's feels like an amazing time to be a personal trainer because of the experiences I've had. I understand the challenges of juggling family and work, trying to keep the wobbly bits at bay, fluctuating hormones and the link between exercise and mood. 

When I was 27, I trained as a Personal Trainer as I wanted a career that combined my love of exercise with helping others. After building up a loyal client base, sunrise squats on the beach and chats along the promenade, it was amazing to be part of helping others transform their fitness and confidence. I truly felt this was my dream job (I still do!).

A few fun-filled years later, I was super busy and trying to do everything a million miles an hour and with little time to rest properly, I eventually experienced burn out for the first time.  This inspired me to study counselling and I learnt all about how stress had played it's part, my anxiety triggers, how I could take better care of my physical and emotional wellbeing and how a bit of self love goes a long way.

After going on to celebrate 10 successful years in business, I took time out to start a family and became a mum, a role which filled my heart. This new phase also triggered weight gain and loss of fitness due to sleep deprivation and living on carbs, caffeine and biscuits!

Balance over perfection


I got the love back for fitness and wellbeing again in 2016 and after celebrating my 40th birthday, I got my butt into shape and reignited Miss Fit Club. With renewed motivation and energy I began coaching clients using my experiences of business, life and motherhood.

Do I still eat ice cream and drink prosecco? Of course I do! I think it's really important to have a bit of what you fancy from time to time instead of being super strict then having a blow out.

I also listen to my body and slow down when I need to, prioritising exercise, good nutrition and sleep. My lifestyle isn't perfect, but I feel the healthiest I've ever been and this is what I aspire to help my clients to achieve. 

To stay one step ahead, I have just started my first year studying Naturopathic Nutrition at Brighton University in my desire to offer a holistic and therapeutic approach to my clients and their wellbeing. I'm excited to be able to use my knowledge of women's health, hormones and the use of whole and organic food as medicine.

You can do it too

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Through my personal journey, I have defined what I believe to be the most essential pieces of the wellbeing jigsaw, making it possible for my clients to create harmony and balance in their lives too. 

Are you ready to become your fab, fit self?

Let's do this!

Sam xx

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