Welcome to Faultless Fitness!
Faultless Fitness are the leading sports and exercise science experts in Hereford.
Our primary health goal is to take clients who have had surgery, physiotherapy or are suffering from disease, and return their quality of life and independence. Diabetes, Obesity/bariatrics and post-orthopaedic surgery and rehab are all example fields that we have had experience in when helping our clients return quality to their lives.
Our primary sporting goal is to take clients who wish to compete at higher performance levels and provide them with a fully holistic season-long solution that guarantees peak performance on the competition days chosen. Triathlon, running, swimming, cycling and team sports are all areas of focus that our sports scientists have a history of working with and succeeding in.
Our staff range from clinical and exercise physiologists, working with your doctors, surgeons and physios, to sports scientists and strength and conditioning practitioners, working with your sport specific coaches.
If you are looking for help, we are the team you want to provide it.
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“I have lost weight, lost fat and gained muscle – I am no longer obsessed by the number on the scales but focused on my overall health and wellbeing. Although it is nice seeing the scales go down, this for me is now a great extra and not my overall goal!”
- – Alex Wilson
“We had been to a gym before, but after talking to Steve, the personal touch was what we were looking for. Faultless Fitness is a very friendly welcoming establishment which I feel dedicates itself to help improve people’s lives.”
– Stephen Apperley
“I’ve always wanted to try weights but didn’t know where to start, and would not dream of rocking up to a ‘normal’ gym and trying them, firstly because it would be very obvious I didn’t have a clue what I was doing, and secondly I would feel massively intimidated. At Faultless Fitness though, I’ve never felt embarrassed about asking for anything, and I’ve always felt fully supported.”
– Rachel Ivins