Andy Graydon

 Andy was heavily involved in sport and fitness from a young age and has worked within the fitness and leisure industry since he was 16. Andy founded AG Fitness in 2014. Starting out as a freelance personal trainer working predominantly with female clients. Seeing the unwelcome environments in most big box gyms motivated Andy to do things differently and open his own, judgement-free and inclusive space. The first AG Fitness gym in north Glasgow quickly grew in popularity and Andy soon opened a second location in the southside of Glasgow. Andy still has a very ‘hands on’ approach towards running his gyms and coaches many of the group sessions, as well as working with his own PT clients.


Juan Phyfer

 Juan hopes to share his passion for fitness, powerlifting and strength and conditioning on a larger scale. He aims to help people improve their performance in the gym or with sports specific training to achieve their goals. Juan studied Strength and Conditioning at the University of Abertay in Dundee. He is also UKSCA Associate Member and working towards his Accreditation. He has worked in and around the fitness industry since 2006, both on a one to one basis and in a group environment.  Outside of the gym, he is currently playing for Cartha Queens Park RFC and also works on team training as part of the coaching staff.


Rosie Mair

 Rosie has had a keen interest in sport from a young age, which grew into more of a fitness focus when she studied Fitness, Health & Exercise at college. Rosie then went on to study Sports Development at University of West of Scotland, where she discovered the impact on sport and fitness within different communities. This gave her a wealth of experience working with groups at all levels of ability and accessibility. Which enables her to tailor sessions to each individual's needs and make everyone feel comfortable and at ease. Rosie enjoys working with complete beginners and helping them exceed their expectations of what they can achieve in a fitness environment.


Natalie Dott

 Natalie has always been heavily involved in sport and fitness. She trained as a dancer for 10 years at a competitive level. Through her dancing she gained a keen knowledge of fitness and specifically training for flexibility and core strength. Natalie went on to study Fitness, Health and Exercise at City of Glasgow College and is currently studying international sports management at University. Natalie excels at coaching group sessions and working with clients with limited mobility or injuries. Her aim is to help people become more comfortable and positive within their own bodies.