As a former world-class diver for the Royal Navy, new advisor Nick has travelled the world and is well versed in keeping people safe and well. Building a career in the fitness education industry, he brings a wealth of experience to the role and is looking forward to motivating clients to fulfil their goals. Oh and did we mention that he’s met one of the most celebrated novelists of our time?

Read on to find out more…


I began my career in the Royal Navy as a Clearance Diver which involved blowing things up such as old mines and working on ships and submarines. The Navy was great in many ways but in particular that there were lots of opportunities to travel to exotic places and meet interesting people, also to take part in different sports, adventures and physical activity. My next career port of call was to explore my passion for health, fitness and education and become a tutor and assessor for fitness industry qualifications, also delivering group exercise and one to one training sessions to people of all ages and abilities. Working in the education sector has allowed me to meet many passionate and creative people who have affected and inspired me.

Job Role

I am a Livewell advisor providing advice, support and motivation to people on their journey to a healthier, more active and fulfilling lifestyle.

Me in three words

Positive, Fun, Friendly

Favourite meal

Tapas next to the Mediterranean.

My passion/interests

I love to cook, listen and go to live music events and travel. Exercise and activity are also a big part of my life, in particular callisthenics, cycling and running.

Best achievement

It’s a close run thing but raising two happy and healthy kids wins out over completing the Royal Navy diver course!

What you might be surprised to hear about me

I once took the famous author Tom Clancy on a guided tour of HMS Norfolk

My top lifestyle tips

Aim to do something active every day. Get enough good sleep. Talk to other people about your feelings/ problems, don’t hold it in.

My favourite quote

The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.