Who was your biggest hero when you were younger?
What initially attracted you to enterprise?
It was a hobby for me and a huge area of interest so it just naturally progressed into a business along the way.
Can you tell us about the first £10 you every made?
I ran a bootcamp through an event on Facebook and expected it to be only my mum and sisters that showed up. There were 45 other people there and that was the start of my business.
What has been your biggest challenge so far with your business?
Sorting through the finance side of things, I enjoy the face-to-face interactions but it is the behind the scenes business work that I have had to work hardest at.
Who is it that keep you going through any tough times?
My family are a huge support network for me as they have invested a lot of support time in it also. My boyfriend is also a great help. He recently designed my new t-shirt range for me.
What is it that gets you our of bed in the morning?
I feel like I have made a commitment to the people I work with now to be the best I can for them. We are now more than just a group of people that get together and exercise. I have made some really good friends through my work.
How do you define success?
Doing something that makes you happy.
Where do you see your business in 5 years' time?
I would like to have my own premises to work from so I can devote more time to working with the community.
If you could give your 'teenage self' one piece of advice, what would it be?
Be more confident in yourself, and don't eat so much chocolate.
If you could have any one person on your business contact list, who would that person be and why?
Mary Berry. After a hard day, I'd just phone her up to come round for a cup of tea and some cake.