One of the most sought after Personal Trainers in the World, Luke Worthington is a qualified sports scientist, trainer, nutritionist and strength and conditioning specialist with over 20 years’ experience in the health and fitness industry. He currently works with private clients and holds a consulting role with Nike.
Holding additional qualifications in neuroscience, biomechanics and sports massage therapy, Luke’s philosophy on fitness is that it consists of five key pillars: Strength, Aerobic Fitness, Mobility, Body Composition and Emotional Wellbeing.
He utilises his diverse knowledge to train and educate his clients on all five, as well as how they are all interconnected.
A trusted advisor and voice of authority in the fitness landscape, Luke aims to not only train his clients but also educate them on their wellbeing. He enjoys nothing more than helping individuals to achieve goals they never thought possible, and to live a life of health and longevity.
Luke is regularly featured in a wide range of press including British Vogue, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, London’s Evening Standard and The Daily Telegraph.
In addition to his personal training work, Luke has a number of altruistic ambitions both to elevate and enhance standards within the health and fitness industry, and to improve the quality and accessibility of health and fitness information to all.
Luke hopes to achieve this through his series of professional educational courses and seminars in the UK, USA and around Europe, a grassroots education program through the YMCA, and through providing accurate, useable and accessible information through media channels.
Luke is currently Head Trainer for the BAFTA nominated ITV series Harrys Heroes, and his personal training work features a roster of high-profile clients that includes some of the biggest names in film, fashion and sports.