About Precision

Precision Health and Fitness has been created to give its members an unparalleled fitness experience, designed to engage and invigorate.

Innovative training programs, an exclusive, private setting and top-level coaching will set the stage for the ultimate performance experience where we firmly believe that fitness should be fun, not boring or scary. Whilst our fully qualified injury therapy team provide their expertise to ensure any aches, pains or conditions you may have are dealt with as quickly and safely as possible.

Precision is based in historic Bishop’s Waltham, Hampshire, set in the grade 2 listed, Bank House. The entire facility has been designed to ensure you feel at home. Make no mistake, this is not a “gym” as you know it. The variety of equipment available is vast for the size of the facility and caters for all manner of training methods, so whatever your goal, we’ve got you covered. The treatment room has been designed purely with relaxation and recuperation in mind. Whether you’re visiting to have an injury treated or popping in for some relaxation time, the soft lighting and pleasant decor is the perfect place to unwind.

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Our Team

Jack Harrison BSc, MFHT (Hons) (Company Director)

Jack is a Sports Therapist, Personal Trainer and Director of Precision Health & Fitness. He holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Sports Therapy and has worked with both members of the public and professional/elite athletes working to assist recovery and prevent injuries.

Jack is currently a member of the Register of Exercise Professionals as a Level 3 Advanced Personal Trainer. He has many years of personal training experience, having trained people from all walks of life from professional athletes to older members of the public who want help staying active and mobile.

 

Karla Lambert BSc, MSST

Karla is a Sports Therapist and a Level 2 gym instructor. She Holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Sports Therapy completed at the University of Chichester. Karla has had an interest in the human body for as long as she can remember and has tried her hand in many sports. She has had experience in both private physiotherapy clinics and sports teams, where she has spent time working with semi-professional football teams.

Her areas of interest are lower back pain and running injuries, which has led her to do additional courses catered for running rehabilitation.  During her studies, Karla also developed an interest in the relationship between physical and psychological recovery and strives to incorporate both aspects into her treatment plans.