Personal Trainers & Coaches
I did my first personal training course back in 2002, I sat my exams then I was 17 and technically I was certified from the day I turned 18, after I did my CPR qualification of course.
Cillian Hurley is not your average PT. He began doing a sport science and health degree in DCU hoping to move on to do a postgraduate degree in physiotherapy to quench his thirst for movement and fixing things.
It’s August 2009 and I’m sitting, out of breath, on the stairs of the 4th floor of my apartment block in Park West, Dublin. I live on the 7th floor and the lift is broken.
From a very young age, I always was very active. I tried every sport under the sun - dancing, GAA, soccer, swimming and even a disastrous stint in majorettes.
Former vice World champion in Taekwon-do, Katy will equip you with the know-how necessary to properly maintain and look after your body.
My name is John D’Alessandro and I’ve been working as a personal trainer at the ABS Gym for almost two and a half years. I started off in the gym as a fat loss client receiving personal training from Bryan.
Killian has a strong background in rugby and sprinting. From a young age, Killian played rugby as far as provisional level where he developed his hunger for lifting.
Unlike most of our trainers, Ronan didn’t come into the industry after a life-long involvement in sports/fitness.
Unlike a lot of coaches, I wasn’t always sporty or interested in health and fitness. I was that girl in school that stood still in PE class while everyone played basketball around me.
My name is Simone McGoona and I am an intern personal trainer at ABS. I am also studying Mental Health Nursing in Trinity. I am trained in nutrition and I am certified with the American Heart Association/ Irish Heart Foundation in ‘Heartsaver CPR AED’.