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It can be hard to keep getting stronger and more powerful on your own. But with personal weight training from Strength Ambassadors, you will have all the support you need to get fantastic results!
Strength Ambassadors specialises in highly-targeted and technical personal training for anyone who wants to start strength sports such as Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting and strongman, or just start to build their strength for health and wellbeing – and do it safely and effectively.
Whether it’s perfecting your form, pushing you out of your comfort zone or coaching you on specific bodybuilding or powerlifting techniques, our coaches have the fitness expertise to help you get the most out of your workouts and find the right format for your fitness and strength goals.
We’ll aim to fit the type and frequency of personal training sessions to your needs and goals, whether that’s three workouts a week, a check-in session once a month, or something in between.
Browse the profiles below to see which one rings a bell for you.
“I want to get my form checked by an expert and make sure I’m training correctly for my goals.”
At Strength Ambassadors, we provide technical expertise and feedback for those who want to make sure they are training correctly. Many people make use of this option on a regular basis, every three-to-six months, to make sure they are on track and making constant progress.
“I want to get stronger, fitter and take on exciting new challenges!”
We have prepared clients for strength competitions, adventure expeditions and long distance running events. As well as people who want to be stronger for everyday life!
Personal training takes place in our gym, StrengthHub E15, located in West Ham, London E15 3BP.
This area is well served by public transport (Jubilee, District & Hammersmith & City line, DLR and C2C rail) and has free parking.
Services and Prices
There are two options available:
Option 1: Personal Training
The traditional format of personal training, where you attend 1-2-1 sessions with a coach on a regular basis.
This option is great for beginners who want to start strength training, those who want to build confidence in their strength training or who have got stuck and need help to get over the plateau.
It is also ideal for those who want to learn a new technical skill, such as olympic weightlifting, powerlifting or strongman/strongwoman.
Prices start at £70 per hour.
Option 2: Individual Programming
A flexible format for more experienced athletes who don’t need supervised training. You get one 1-2-1 session per month with a coach, and a month’s worth of program for you to complete in your own time.
We meet once a month to go over technique, talk about your goals and decide what to focus on in the coming month.
This option suits people with a clear goal, who are motivated to train on their own and are looking for expert guidance and programming to up their game.
£87 per month
If you are not sure which option is best for you, or you would like to chat about your needs and goals in general, please do not hesitate to get in contact via the form below.
Sally Moss, founder and head coach
Hi, I’m Sally.
I love sharing my passion for lifting weights with others. The thing I love most about lifting is feeling strong and powerful. I also like the challenge and the sense of achievement I get from making progress, however small.
My mission is to provide a safe and supportive place for you to learn to lift and continue to improve your strength for the long term.
I first walked into a gym in my twenties to lose a bit of weight and get fit. I never thought that it would be my career. However, after trying several different careers and being disappointed in them, I decided to take the plunge and follow my passion: sharing my love of strength training with others.
I’ve enjoyed competing in powerlifting, weightlifting and strongman for over a decade. I’m a qualified coach in both powerlifting and olympic weightlifting. I’ve been British Masters champion (2017) and British Senior bronze medallist (2013) in olympic weightlifting. Over the years I’ve worked for and learned from great coaches and practitioners in strength training.
My favourite moments as a coach are when my athletes start to make decisions for themselves and take charge of their own progress. Then I know that I’ve paid it forward and created something sustainable.
Sarah Hilton, olympic weightlifting coach
Hi, I’m Sarah,
I’m passionate about Olympic Weightlifting; the skill, speed, strength, power, mobility, flexibility and fearlessness that this sport develops is unrivalled.
I love the feeling you get from building more strength and overcoming challenges in Weightlifting.
My mission is to find the one thing – be it a cue, exercise, position or postural adjustment that will make the biggest difference to your movement today, and every day until long after we’ve reached your goals.
My background is in Martial Arts, Rugby and CrossFit and I have focused solely on Olympic Weightlifting since 2014 – now I use these skills to help people in all sports and fields to improve.
As a BWL Level 2 Coach I hold the highest accreditation currently available from the sports national body, I compete internationally at Masters level and I’m a Level 3 National Referee meaning I have your training covered from every angle, whether you want to get fit and strong, or actually go to the Olympics.
To find out more about our Personal Training sessions just fill in the contact form below
Just some of our Personal Training Success Stories
Melanie – everything’s easier when you’re strong
Melanie wanted to get stronger for everyday functional tasks, such as DIY in the house and garden, moving furniture, carrying slabs (as you do!). Starting from scratch, Melanie grew to love lifting for it’s own sake, as well as feeling the benefits of her new-found strength every day.
Samantha: Deadlifting Diva!
Sam was a cardio bunny who found strength training and loved it! She wanted to improve performance in deadlift, squat and learn the clean.
Dominic: Snatch mastery!
Dominic wanted to learn the olympic lifts but was convinced he wouldn’t be able to do them well. But in his very first session he was snatching with decent technique and after just 4 sessions achieved a 55kg snatch.
Louise entered her first strongwoman competition and instantly felt the nerves kick in. But after 12 weeks of training and several deadlift personal bests later, she successfully competed and loved it!
Becca: Running strong!
Becca trained for her second London Marathon in 2014. Her first attempt the previous year had ended in injury, so she was determined to be stronger and more bulletproof this time around. She finished in a PB time with a smile on her face the whole way round!