Welcome to motive8

Jenny Cromack

Jenny Cromack

Director

Jenny’s specialism’s are fat loss and endurance training, she has a proven record in helping clients to lose weight, change their body image and simply feel amazing about themselves! Having seen what we can achieve with clients on a 1:1 basis, Jenny transfers these skills to be able to impact the health and wellbeing of corporate clients and groups.

A keen duathlete and triathlete, Jenny has recently started representing Great Britain for her age group. So, if she isn’t at work she will be cycling, swimming or running somewhere!

Shawn Mullix

Shawn Mullix

Personal Training Manager

Shawn naturally fell into the fitness industry coming from a background where he was always active and engaged in sport from a young age. Having played a range of sports at school, Shawn later specialised in sprinting 100m and 200m and then went on to participate at competitive weightlifting.

When it comes to working as a fitness professional, Shawn loves being able to help people push themselves physically and switch off from their stresses of day to day life. Setting people challenges and pushing them that little bit harder than they might have done on their own provides him with great satisfaction. He loves to see people leave having had a great session and also strives to keep people working consistently, and looking at fitness as pleasurable and not a chore!

Rosie Millen

Rosie Millen

Associate Nutritionist

Rosie Millen trained at the renowned Institute of Optimum Nutrition. She is a fully qualified nutritional therapist.

Rosie has a strong passion to help people achieve better health. She believes that by improving your diet and lifestyle you are in a better position to achieve anything you want in life.

Her desire to spread the word about the connection between diet and the way we feel, think and behave is the very reason she trained in this field.

Since then, customers have been inspired to seek nutritional help from Rosie in order to guide them towards achieving better health.

Kate Halsall

Kate Halsall

Personal Trainer & Biomechanics Coach

Kate is an enthusiastic personal trainer, and qualified biomechanics coach, who specialises in posture and back care. She has worked in the industry since 2009, and her other specialisms include weight/fat loss, group exercise and working with specialist populations.

On top of that, Kate loves working with groups of pregnant ladies as she is also pre and post-natal qualified! Exercise is a real passion of hers, and she can often be found riding her bike, going to fitness weekends, walking in the lake district – and she’s recently started participating in cycling sportives.

When it comes to advice, she claims “give it a try – what’s the worst that could happen?” is her greatest piece.

Ieuan Cranswick

Ieuan Cranswick

Personal Trainer & Sports Therapist

Ieuan is a sports therapist who prides himself on being able to fix any problem, big or small, and who specialises in sports massage. He is also a multi-talented personal trainer, and has just finished his PhD in Sports Psychology.

When it comes to helping a client return to fitness through training, treatment and motivation – Ieuan really can do the lot. His best piece of advice? “Quite simply, persevere and don’t give up.

“Every long journey starts with one small step, so don’t rush and enjoy the trip! Work hard to overcome any setbacks, the easy route is always the least exciting.”

Emily Forbes

Emily Forbes

Personal Trainer

Emily is motive8’s in-house nutritionist, and doesn’t stop at just being a great personal trainer. Her effective programming and nutritional advice is highly popular and aimed at helping clients achieve a variety of fitness goals.

Not only is Emily passionate about nutrition though, as she also loves strength training and Yoga. She takes a holistic approach to exercise, nutrition and health as a whole, which no doubt makes for a recipe for success across the board.

Her greatest piece of advice is simply “consistency...this will help you achieve your goals for the long term.”