Training should be kept fun. Whilst I think that taking our physical health seriously is important, it doesn’t mean that we have to make the process a chore. I like to vary our workouts to keep things interesting. At the same time we will work together to develop a handful of staple exercises that are fundamental to daily life so we see practical progression and get more practiced and efficient at the basics.
It’s About You
Simplicity is key for consistent fat loss and muscle gain. And what I believe to be most important is to help my clients become independent. Client education is therefore essential, and I pride myself on being able to simplify complex topics so that we can implement a simple, achievable and logical plan of action. Throwing fancy words and technical terms at my clients isn’t my style; I want you to get results and trying to make myself sound smart isn’t going to help with that. This journey is about you. We will work together to get you to a point that you don’t feel like you NEED a trainer. You may WANT to continue training with me by the time you hit your goals (I hope that you do), but I don’t want you to feel as if you depend on me.
How Much Do You Want It?
Personal Training is a two-way street. You’ve got to want this just as much as I want to help you. I won’t be the trainer yelling at you to give me 'One more rep!' when it looks like you’re about to drop a 40kg bar on your face. At the same time, I won’t be the trainer that tells you you’re doing great and that everything’s dandy when you haven’t turned up for training for the last two weeks because you’ve been on the lash!
Our first few sessions will largely be about me becoming familiar with the way you move, finding where your current fitness level is at, what movements you like and don’t like and learning what gets you fired up. My training style puts emphasis on joint health and functionality. I believe it’s not only important for us to hit your goals, but that it’s also important that we work on getting your body moving well, in a safe and intelligent way.
After getting familiar with each other and seeing how you move then we can really get going. This is where we get into the thick of our training and when we start to see the fat trim off, your movement become slick and your progress sky-rocket. It won’t be a breeze and you’re going to get sweaty, but it’s not all about the grind. It’s also about making training a really enjoyable and fulfilling experience.
MMA/ Combat Sport Conditioning
Athletic Conditioning and Performance