Entrepreneurial Leeds Trinity sports graduate launches health and fitness app
A sports graduate from Leeds Trinity University has launched a new health and fitness app to encourage people to exercise more and eat healthier.
Lee Newburn from Droylsden has launched a new app for his nutrition coaching and personal training business, Leen Newtrition.
He offers a personal programme of workout sessions, tutorial exercise videos and personal feedback on the app, as well as full dietary analysis, feedback and practical lifestyle eating habits.
The launch follows the awarding of £500 from Leeds Trinity University’s Inspiring Futures Programme Enterprise Fund to Lee to support his business.
As well as investing in the development of the app, Lee will also be developing a new brand identity and website for his business.
Lee said: “Healthy lifestyles do not need to be complicated and should be enjoyed. All too often I see over complicated solutions to individual problems.
“I enjoy putting simple, practical and enjoyable solutions in place to help my clients become healthier, improve their physique and get fitter while still enjoying life. The key for me is sustainability.
“Just before Christmas, one of my clients applied the advice and despite Christmas dinners, charity nights, and flying around the world in December started the new year 10kg lighter!”
Greg Barnes, head of department for Business and Law at Leeds Trinity University, said: “Lee’s business has gone from strength to strength since he first launched last year and this new app will really transform how he engages with his audience and grows his customer base.
“We’re really pleased to support Lee through our Inspiring Futures Programme and look forward to seeing his business progress.”
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