Please read some of our fantastic Testimonials below:

Online training with Cat Booker Fitness has transformed my fitness and kept me motivated, I couldn't recommend her highly enough.

- Ruth Palmer - Advanced Level Fitness Instructor (50's)
Cat is really good at ensuring that we perform the exercises with the correct technique, even on Zoom.

- Diana Honey (50's)
Her positive energy and her willingness to adapt is awesome. No two sessions are the same, I am constantly challenged and motivated.

- Susan Cottam (50's)
Cat has captured the boutique fitness industry and creates a great environment to train and succeed. Cat hugely understand mental and physical benefits of each client and her personable nature makes training enjoyable and tough in the right amounts.

- Kenny Stephenson - Golf Professional (30's)
I have benefited from the attention to my personal circumstances and age. It's the sort of training that's extremely well structured, safe and based on science and expert experience.

- Chris Pepper (60's)
Training with CBF has been genuinely life-changing for me, with my mental and physical fitness developing alongside each other. I know feel fitter and stronger than I ever have.

- Matt Porter (40's)
Classes that continually adapt keeping me interested, focused and motivated. My fitness and muscle tone is better now than ever before, the fantastic support has kept me going.

- Fran Beattie (30's)
There is no hiding at the back and zoning out, slacking in a Cat class, she keeps you engaged motivated and working hard throughout.

- Caroline Harrington (40's)
Cat is brilliant and a true inspiration. She challenges me, makes me think about how I engage in my training and helps me be the fittest version of me that I can be.

- Jane Dwyer (50's)
From the moment I met Cat I knew I was in very experienced, safe hands. She made me fall in love with fitness again. The knowledge she shares with you as a Biomechanics and Personal Training has not only built my strength and stamina in many ways; but also repaired areas that have been problematic.

- Sarah Seaby (40's)