A LIFE coach with clients across the globe is getting her own help closer to home - after losing four stone thanks to a teenage personal trainer.

Marion Morrison from Gourock is one of many people to sign up for Cameron Mangan's bootcamps.

She has been pounding the beach at Wemyss Bay and in only eight months has a whole new look.

The mum-of-three, who previously spoke out bravely about the loss of her baby boy, is supporting 19-year-old Cameron's campaign to raise money for a mental health charity.

Life coach Marion, who helps people at home and abroad, said: "I think what Cameron is doing, running these classes in aid of charity, is amazing.

"He is an incredible person.

"He was one of my basketball students and you could see then, at 12-years-old, that he was a leader.

"Cameron has helped me lose four stones in only eight months.

"It was something that I really needed to do both professionally and personally."

Busy working mum Marion, 39, who has three children Reese, 14, Calvin, 10, and Mya, nine, and is married to husband Grant, 41.

She lost her son Isaiah twelve years ago after he was born at only 25 weeks.

Marion said: "I think putting on all that weight was a part of everything.

"I was working full-time, busy with three kids and helping everyone else.

"I had to put myself first and lose weight so that I could help others."

Now Marion is feeling on top of the world after dropping four dress sizes.

She set up grassroots movement Wevolution in Inverclyde and has hundreds of clients.

The Greenock born woman was brought up in the States and works with people as far afield as Australia and Africa.

Top chemical engineering student Cameron used his own battles with body image to turn his passion for fitness into his own business.

Another person to feel the benefit of his training is local mum Amanda Pleym, who works for Tesco and lives with her teenage daughter.

The 44-year-old said: "Cameron's bootcamps and nutrition programme changed my life.

"I have so much more motivation, energy and a clear head."

Cameron is currently running a week of classes at Wemyss Bay beach with all the money going to help mental health charity SAMH.

There are classes this evening and on Friday from 6.30pm until 7.30pm.

All are welcome with a suggested donation of £4.