About Me

I'm Jonny a fully certified Nutritional Therapist and fully qualified Personal Trainer and am the founder of Ultimate Personal Well-Being. I completed a degree in Sport, Health, Exercise and Nutrition at the University of Leeds in 2011, after which I completed my Personal Training course and set up my Personal Training business. I have always had a major interest in nutrition and how it can impact health. I wanted to enhance my knowledge even further after my degree so chose to study Nutritional Therapy at the highly regarded Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London for three years, graduating in January 2016.

I am a member of BANT (British Association on Nutritional Therapists) and the CNHC (Complementary and National Healthcare Council). BANT act as a professional body for Nutritional Therapy practitioners. They also promote high standards of education, training practice and integrity in the nutrition profession. I follow BANT's code of ethics and this therefore ensures you that I will provide the highest quality Nutritional Therapy consultations. The CNHC is a goverment sponsored voluntary registration body for complementary healthcare practitioners. It's main purpose is to provide the public with access to a list of practitioners that have been assessed as meeting national standards of competence and practice.

I use an extremely grounded approach, as both a Nutritional Therapist and Personal Trainer, and have used this approach successfully with clients - I am not brainwashed into thinking we have to stick to a 'quinoa type diet' or eat nothing but rabbit food. I believe in a balanced approach providing subtle changes which are manageable even with the most hectic of lifestyles. I don't live off a diet of chicken, salad, broccoli and never having an alcoholic drink so I don't believe everyone else has to!

I specialise in improving digestive health. This is of particular interest to me as I suffered from a stomach ulcer in 2007 and used good nutrition and various supplements to help cure it. I also specialise in helping people who suffer from fatigue and stress including sleep issues and who therefore often suffer from low energy levels. I also help with weight loss and improving body composition; this is obviously where Personal Training can also help. I am also a keen long distance runner, competing for Tipton Harriers, and can help you compete and train for an event in any sport at either recreational or elite level, by helping with your training and nutrition.

My Qualifications:

  • BSc Sport, Health, Exercise and Nutrition
  • Dip ION
  • Level 3 Personal Trainer
  • mBANT, CNHC

What Our Clients Have To Say...

I have been training with Jonny for a few months now and am really seeing the benefit of his approach. I am both toning up and losing weight. Most importantly, I feel great and look a whole lot healthier than before I started working out with him. Jonathan keeps sessions…

David Massingham

"I have been undertaking personal training with Jonny since January 2013, and I am really pleased with the results that he has helped me to achieve so far! Jonny tailors the advice and resources he offers to your specific fitness goals. On starting the programme I was given a diet…

Sam Husbands

[[Click here to see Graham's before and after photos=#57473#]] I began training with Jonny Carter in February 2013 after working out by myself on-and-off for 3 years, with little to show for it. After not exercising for the best part of a year, my weight had ballooned and I decided that…

Graham Large

[[Click here to see Jo's before and after photos=#57473#]] I had put on a lot of weight and got stuck in the vicious cycle of comfort eating to make myself feel better, then feeling guilty for it, so eating some more! I was having to buy size 18-20 clothing, so felt…

Jo Russell

Jonny's support over the last year has been invaluable. With consistency in training he has helped me to become more confident and focus on my fitness and diet once again. After experiencing phases of eating related disorders in the past and losing alot of muscle resulting in a 'very skinny'…

Sharmin Azad