Who is Chris?


Hi. My name is Chris Main. I was born in Halifax, Yorkshire, but have spent my life in and around South Manchester.

As a young child, I was very active in football and swimming. My pre-teen and teenage years were shaped by sports, and I was able to achieve local and national success in Swimming, Roller Hockey and Ice Hockey.

I attended North Area College in Stockport and successfully completed my Diploma in Sports Science. After that, I trained as a REPS Certified Level 3 Personal Trainer and went on to work at a top fitness facility.

I have a special interest in working directly with people to help make positive lifestyle changes, and believe I have truly found my calling.

I have been working as an independent Personal Trainer for several years now and I enjoy every minute of it. I suppose you could say that one of my biggest goals is helping my clients reach the goals they have set for themselves.


2 thoughts on “About

  1. Chris,
    I am new to blogging but unfortunately, not new to Fibromyalgia. I was searching Fibromyalgia and came across your blog! I have to say, I was inspired! That is saying something for someone like me who has seen many doctors, physical therapists, etc. I had always been active and now use a cane, walker or wheelchair almost daily. You give me hope and that’s something we all need!
    Keep doing what you’re doing!

    • Hi Tina,

      Thanks for the really nice message, I’m glad you found my post and that felt that way after reading it too. There is always hope, and always ways to overcome 🙂

      Stay strong, and always feel free to contact me if you need to.

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