When you become hyper-focused on your goals and surround yourself with the people who elevate you, you can achieve great things.
I became a coach after receiving some very poor training and nutrition advice from a PT that caused me to suffer with the female athlete triad (or REDs). I lost my cycle for 3.5 years which caused some profound health problems.
I vowed afterwards that I would become a coach to help prevent the spread of misinformation around health and fitness so that the same thing could be prevented in future.
I work first and foremost to get clients strong. To prevent injury from sport and to preserve longevity. I work on the basis of doing the fundamentals well, consistency, and habit/ behaviour change.
Of course, my bias is to use the kettlebell to keep clients lean, as well as strong- nothing does that better than the kettlebell.
In my spare time I’m currently studying for an MSc in S&C at St Mary’s of Twickenham and hanging out with my two feral children, Annabelle & Fraser.
Before I became a trainer I was a music critic and have gotten myself into ALOT of mischief at gigs backstage…. I could tell you, but, I’d have to kill you.