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Ultimate Performance is the world’s most pre-eminent personal training business.

We are also a trusted voice of authority among the world’s media. The extraordinary quality of our transformations is unrivalled in the health and fitness industry, and our clients regularly feature in newspapers, magazines, and websites across the globe.

At Ultimate Performance, we also pride ourselves on providing journalists with genuine expertise from the world’s best personal trainers. We welcome media enquiries from journalists, and our elite personal trainers can provide trusted and research-backed comments on a range of health and fitness topics. We can also arrange media interviews with our clients.

For any press or media enquiries, please email our PR Manager: [email protected]

Latest news

Daily Express

Former Coronation Street star Katie McGlynn reveals the secrets behind her diet and fitness routines.

GoSolo – Entrepreneur Stories

U.P. Founder and CEO Nick Mitchell shares what motivates him as a global entrepreneur, and his top tops for anyone wanting to succeed in business.

Daily Express

Nick Mitchell, CEO and founder of Ultimate Performance, describes how prescribing weight training for elderly people just two times a week can help them fight against the ageing process.

Men’s Health

At 40, Simon shed 20% of his body fat and got a six-pack with the help of U.P. Los Angeles.

Men’s Health

Paul suffered from a chronic back problem that left him bedbound. After training with U.P., he lost 45lb and is now in the best shape of his life.

Leeds Live

Read how U.P. founder, and CEO, Nick Mitchell, went from growing up in a Yorkshire bungalow to being an international business star.

Daily Express

Peter was fat shamed by a theme park attendant, who told him he was too big to ride a rollercoaster. With the help of U.P., he got into incredible shape.

Singapore Women’s Weekly

Janice came to U.P. to get in shape after the birth of her second child. She has now broken national Singapore records for powerlifting.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Ultimate Performance Founder, and CEO, Nick Mitchell, talks about his roots in Bradford, and how his school days inculcated his drive for success.


Read the extraordinary story of U.P. Amsterdam client Jo, 92-years-old, who puts her longevity down to 40 years of lifting weights.

New York Post

U.P. Founder and CEO, Nick Mitchell, made headlines all around the world when he called for childhood obesity to be classed as a form of child abuse. Read Nick's manifesto for tackling one of society's most pressing problems.

Men’s Health

Actor Johnny Harris, star of This is England '86 and Jawbone, sought U.P.'s help to get in shape for a major new TV role.


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