Julie Boyle

Weight Loss Specialist and Founder of JB Fitness & Wellbeing

Julie is the founder of JB Fitness & Wellbeing, which started life as a small Personal Training company with a difference in 2007. She is highly regarded as one of the most motivating, inspiring and tough trainers in Swindon.

Julie’s passion and expertise is in training women with weight to lose. Her ethos is that everyone has it in them to change and break the cycles that hold them back, by adopting a healthier lifestyle. She trains and educates many women who over the years have tried every diet available, constantly yo-yoed with their weight and may have even considered bariatric surgery. Julie is not your typical trainer. She taps into clients’ mindsets and behaviours by listening and empowering them to believe they can make changes for the long term starting with small realistic goals.

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Shona Watt MSc

Co-Owner of JB Fitness & Wellbeing and Personal Trainer

As an ex-international rugby player, ultramarathoner and ironman triathlete, Shona leads by example in JB Personal Training's quest to prove #thisgirlcan!

Shona hails from rural Aberdeenshire (as a proud Scot her darkest secret is that she was actually born in Cheltenham - though try telling her that makes her English!). She discovered her passion for sport at an early age, encouraged by hugely supportive parents cheering on from the sidelines and taxi-driving to a myriad of sporting venues across Scotland. Growing up just down the road from the record-coldest place in Britain, she quickly realised that “there’s no such thing as the wrong weather, just the wrong clothes” – which would later become a much-loved JBPT mantra!

Having represented Scottish Schools at athletics and North of Scotland at U-18 hockey, Shona switched to rugby whilst studying Physics at St. Andrews University. Relocating to Swindon in Wiltshire to pursue a career in the energy industry after graduating, Shona represented Scotland in the 2006 IRB Womens Rugby World Cup in Canada and several Six Nations competitions, playing at many famous stadia such as Murrayfield and Twickenham.

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