Dan has been hired as an exercise consultant for various brands, including Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, Netflix, Channel 4, The Old Vic, Schweppes, The Shangri-La Hotel, the Indian National Tennis Team and for multiple Royal families (designing home gyms, designing wellness plans, helping hiring full-time coaching staff etc.) Dan also serves as an expert judge at the annual National Wellbeing Awards and acts as a business adviser to a variety of fitness and fitness tech brands.

The Dan Roberts Group also partners with several luxury hotels and residencies and has established both online and offline services that integrate within current offerings. 

Dan's Charity Work

Dan currently officially supports several charities. He is the National Fitness Ambassador for two children’s charities and an exercise advisor for ABC (the eating disorder charity). He is also a regular careers development speaker for local schools via Working Knowledge charity and a volunteer Business Mentor for both Virgin Start Up and the Prince’s Trust.

Public Speaking

Dan regularly takes part in public speaking events and panel advisory work. He is most happy when asked to share his expertise on the science of coaching, high-performance living strategies, trends in the well-being industry and the mental side of fitness. Recent speaking events include; Future Fest London, Selfridges Body Talk, Be Fit London and Well To Do.

TV, Radio, Podcast & Press

Dan’s been interviewed/featured in over 500 publications in multiple countries (mainly in the USA and the UK) over the last 20 years including; The Wall Street Journal, Tatler, People, Shape, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness Strength & Performance, ELLE, Flex, Oxygen, Dubai times, Sydney Morning Herald, The Sun, The Mail, The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Evening Standard, Vogue, Channel 4 and many more.


In addition to expert quotes for the media and writing the content for the popular Methodology X™  NUK SOO™ training programs;  Dan has been a regular columnist for various print publications (Men’s Running, London Lite, Women’s Running and Men’s Fitness). His writing extends to two nationally accredited coaching courses, and he has contributed to chapters in business and self-development books, including Time Magazine’s 2019 Habits Book. He has written the forewords to two fitness books;  Hang Time by Gavin Watterson and Poppy’s Secret by Poppy Cross. For all literary enquiries, Roberts is represented by Dorie Simmonds of Dorie Simmonds Agency Ltd in London.