The #1 all-girl personal training team in London
AND RECENTLY LAUNCHED IN NORTH DEVON

Want personal training in Braunton (EX33 and EX31)?

KBPT can help you get fit and healthy. 

We’re already the #1 all-girl personal training team in London – now we’re in north Devon too!

Interested in weight loss, running training (beginner to marathon), cycling training or strength training? You’ve come to the right place. We also specialise in pre and post natal training, injury rehabilitation and cancer recovery.

“I started training with Kate about 10 months ago to gain upper body strength and get fit. I rarely exercised and never found it enjoyable until NOW!! My body has changed in such a short period of time and I feel the best I've ever felt. Kate has taught me that exercise can be fun when you find what you like doing and it's so different for everyone. I now rely on my weekly sessions especially after a holiday! Kate is so encouraging and upbeat each session and not only a great PT but has become a friend. I couldn't recommend KB Personal Training enough!” Tess

Five reasons to choose KBPT

  1. You get a personalised training plan. We offer a free consultation so we can evaluate your health and lifestyle and create the best plan to meet your goals.
  2. You’re in safe hands.Our founder Kate, who trains our clients in north Devon, is Level 3 qualified, highly experienced and results driven. She’s also really down to earth and makes exercise fun!
  3. You choose where you want to train.This might be at your home, on the beach or in our small studio in Braunton. If there’s enough space for a yoga mat, we can train you there!
  4. You don’t have to worry about kit. We bring everything you need for your sessions – kettlebells, dumbbells, resistance bands, boxing gloves and lots more.
  5. You get fast results. That means getting motivated, having fun and achieving your fitness goals.
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