Scarlet Hollands (Personal Trainer)

Scarlet works in a way that builds and strengthens functional movement and
mobility to improve flexibility and basic movement patterns to which then can be progressed into a strength and conditioning program to assist in remodelling body composition, developing agility, power and strength and improving overall cardiovascular health.

Email: train@ignitept.co.uk


Scarlet

Scarlet Hollands

Ex professional ballerina, Scarlet, applies her knowledge from her previous background honing in specifically on posture, flexibility, balance and neuro-muscular connection and couples this with her expertise in strength and conditioning to provide clients with an all-rounded package

As a UKBFF competitor, Scarlet specialises in body transformations and remodelling body composition. Whether clients are looking to be prepped for a show, photoshoot or to transform their body on a personal level, Scarlet will cover the nutrition and training to achieve optimal results.

Scarlet works in a way that builds and strengthens functional movement and mobility to improve flexibility and basic movement patterns to which then can be progressed into a strength and conditioning program to assist in remodelling body composition, developing agility, power and strength and improving overall cardiovascular health. Working this together with a specific and exclusive nutrition plan bespoke to the client, she can ensure steady and sustainable progress providing clients with not only results, but the knowledge to adhere to their new physique and lifestyle.

Qualifications:

Level 3 Personal Trainer Diploma

Circuit Training

Indoor Cycling Instructor

Sports Conditioning

GP Exercise Referral

T3 Fitness Instructor Certificate

Trinity College Diploma in Dance

 

Scarlet has a background in classical ballet but since leaving the stage has concentrated on appearing on “stage” in a different way through competing in figure and fitness competitions. With such a wide variety of expertise she is guaranteed to get you whipped into shape in no time.


Q: How did you get into fitness?

A: I started classical ballet at the age of 4 so prancing around and keeping fit has forever been a part of my life! This continued throughout my childhood and young adult life but due to injury and feeling so body conscious I left that world behind and I began going to the gym and lifting. It was combining my training with a good diet that the positive changes began to occur and I absolutely loved the sense of achievement and dedication that comes along with it which is why I turned my attention to helping others do just that and feel that. There is nothing more satisfying then a watching a client not only achieve their physical goals but emotionally fall in love with themselves and watch their confidence soar!



Q: Suppose you were on death row, what would you request for your last meal?

A: Being a self-confessed chocoholic, it would have to be just that however, a large bowl of Zoats (Protein powder, Zucchini & Oats) would have to be the final thing to touch my taste buds. Obviously with all the toppings: peanut butter, crushed oreos, white chocolate, Reece's peanut butter cups, coconut ... EVERYTHING!


Q: What's your favourite exercise?

A: Such a hard question .. Favourite isolation exercise - lateral raises (shoulders) particularly high volume. This really gets you working the bulb of the deltoid and the burn is great! Ideal for building the delts for a more aesthetic look.

Compound - Deadlift. This exercise is most definitely one of the best ones out there! It targets the posterior chain (glutes, hamstrings, adductors and lumbar erectors), it greatly improves posture, targets the CV system, superb for hitting the core and just works every major muscle in the body!


Q: Which type of clients have you worked with?

A: Previous experience has allowed me to work with a variety of clients which allowed me to learn as much as I could about working with different ages, genders, physical capabilities however being very much into resistance training and competing in figure and fitness competitions, I have worked a lot with men and women who's goals are fat loss, muscular hypertrophy and strength gain.


Q: Favourite alcoholic drink?

A: I am not much of a drinker. I rarely drink alcohol purely because I don't love the taste. If I do go out and have the occasional tipple, it would have to be prosecco/ champagne. I don't tend to care so much that I don't particularly love to drink as 1. Its saves me consuming unnecessary kcals and 2. I quite enjoy having a great day/night without the dreaded hangover in the morning!


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