“Janey puts a feminine, empathetic spin on everything and is renowned for turning fitness rejects into fitness fanatics.” – London Paper, January 2007

Janey

Janey graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a degree in International Relations and started a career working in PR for the government in Westminster. 15 years ago Janey had never been to a gym and was a self confessed exercise hater!

A brief stint as a gym member confirmed her hatred for exercise with her experience of un-inspirational trainers and boring and ineffective gym programs. But, a chance aerobics class one morning before work changed her entire attitude to exercise and she discovered that with a friendly, fun and supportive instructor, great music and moves and training with other like-minded women, exercise could be great fun. 18 months later she had quit her job, sold her flat and become an aerobics instructor – everyone thought she’d gone mad!

After spending 18 months teaching a variety of classes including step, spin, aqua, conditioning, aerobics, body pump, body step, body balance and ante/post natal sessions in health clubs across London, she completed her Personal Training diploma in 2003 and set up Fit for a Princess.

 

Janey has appeared extensively in the media. She has written regularly for the Daily Mail with her Fitness Q&A, Food News & Five Minute Fitness series and health related features in their Good Health and Femail Sections. She regularly writes workouts and features for Heath & Fitness magazine, has contributed to features in the London Paper and London Lite and has had her own regular health and fitness series for SW magazine. She has also featured in Company, Viva, Now! and The Lady magazines and also writes for publications in Australia and New Zealand.

 

 

‘You will never meet anyone as knowledgeable, inspirational and down to earth as Janey – I learnt more from her about nutrition and lifestyle in 30 minutes than I have done in my whole life!’ Jo Good, BBC Radio & Television Presenter

She works closely with some of London’s top journalists providing expertise on female health & well being issues and in 2007, Janey was chosen as one of London’s Top 50 Wellbeing Gurus by The London Paper.

Janey has featured in web chats on teen health issues, run corporate health and fitness workshops and held various female-focused food and fitness workshops throughout London and in the USA.

Janey was ITV’s health & fitness expert on Kyle’s Academy daytime show in 2007 and has appeared on various BBC documentaries, giving well being expertise and advice. She is also a regular guest on Jo Good’s BBC London radio show, inspiring the capital with her stories and experiences of looking and living well!

Janey is a single Mum of twin boys and a baby girl and moved out of London in 2012. She regularly comes back to teach on Wandsworth and also runs Making Things Easy – that offers an online bootcamps and lifestyle programs for busy women.