A personal trainer based in High Wycombe has been nominated for a national award.

Hilary Spearing, who runs the Functional Fitness Studio on Cryers Hill, has been recognised by the National Fitness Awards and has placed her business in the ‘functional training gym of the year’ category.

The PT’s business caters to those who are not able-bodied and primarily helps individuals who are battling degenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s Disease, multiple sclerosis and arthritis.

The award ceremony will take place in November this year.

Bucks Free Press: Hilary Spearing opened her studio in November 2019Hilary Spearing opened her studio in November 2019 (Image: N/A)

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Hilary said: “I’m so proud and excited that I have achieved shortlist status for the National Fitness Awards this year.

“I’m in the functional training gym of the year category so I know I’m up against big national and local clubs and gyms.

“This is a huge achievement to get this far - and I am proud of the business I have built and continue to do so.

“Thank you to all my clients for your continued support.”

The gym is based on Cryers Hill in High Wycombe

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Trophies will then be handed out at a glittering awards ceremony on Friday, November 24 at the Athena in Leicester.

National Fitness Awards’ event director Dominic Musgrave said: “The National Fitness Awards is now in their 12th year and with more entries than ever before, our finalists really have reason to celebrate too as it’s a huge achievement to have made the shortlist and is testament to the teams behind each."