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Educated at Millfield school in Somerset Alexis excelled in rugby and athletics and went on to play for Scottish Exiles and London Scottish.
Following his withdrawal from professional sport due to injury he gained a Degree in Sports and Exercise Science at Brunel University’s Institute of Sport where he specialised in Biomechanics, Physiology and Psychology of Sports Performance.
Alexis has over 18 years experience as a strength and conditioning specialist working with celebrities, international athletes and a wide range of professionals.
In 1999 whilst studying Alexis joined the late Chris Mundle at Citifit providing the personal training to gym members and hotel guests at Clifton Ford Holmes Place for 4 years. Alexis then worked along side Chris to open one of the first Boutique personal training gyms in London Called Destination Health and fitness. Alexis assisted Chris in managing the whole design and set up and built the business from 2 to over 30 trainers and therapists. With this wealth of experience, In 2009 Alexis designed, developed and opened his very own Private gym called NKD Ambition which had 6 successful years. In 2015 Alexis became a father and decided the time was right to move his business to Personal Space located in Mayfair so he could shift his focus away from the running of a club to his clients health, performance and results and to have more time with his family.
After all these years his energy and enthusiasm combined with extensive ongoing research and sporting experience help to deliver fantastic results for all his clients.
Alexis has developed the unique principles and approach of NKD Ambition and FHIIIT Club
– Strength and Conditioning
– Fat Loss and Muscle gain
– Sports Specific Training
– Core Conditioning
– Kettlebell Training
Degree in Sports and Exercise Science
NSCA (CSCS)- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Body Type Nutrition Student
Areas of expertise
Strength and Conditioning
Sports Specific Training
Weapon of Choice
What’s your Guilty Pleasure?
Who’s your Hero?
Favourite Fitness Video
‘The last three or four reps is what makes the muscle grow. This area of pain divides the champion from someone else who is not a champion. That’s what most people lack, having the guts to go on and just say they’ll go through the pain no matter what happens’.