Meg is an experienced Personal Trainer working with a variety of individuals from the general population to athletes of all ages. Meg was a 100 and 200m sprinter representing her school club in Northern Ireland. After moving to university, she quickly discovered her love of weightlifting training at UTS. After an 8-week voluntary placement Meg became a UTS Coach and has worked at UTS for almost five years now. She graduated from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) in July 2016 with a First-Class Honours Degree in Sport and Exercise Science. During this time, she completed the Strength and Conditioning internship where she coached the university’s American Football and Gymnastics Team. Upon completion of her degree, Meg embarked on an MPhil (Master of Philosophy) where she investigated the physical activity and sedentary behaviour levels of two specific populations, university students and adult gym-users (recruited here at UTS). During this time she was also appointed as a mentor and lead on the Strength and Conditioning program. Meg is due to enrol on a PhD with LJMU in collaboration with the UTS Foundation where she will investigate the effect of exercise on physical activity and sedentary behaviour levels, physiological adaptations and psychosocial parameters in cancer patients.