What’s your training philosophy?
I approach fitness through two pairs of eyes: scientific and creative. Scientifically, your body will and can only adapt and change according to the specific types of stresses you place on it through exercise; think of science as the GPS for your goal. Creatively, I use tons of different tools and movements to make the process exciting and to minimize the time it takes to reach your goals. The creativity is what keeps you interested and coming back for more—that’s the key to consistency. And if you’re, consistent you see results—and results are what I’m about.
Best advice you could give someone with a fitness goal?
Decide to reach it. I always feed my client’s mental fitness during our sessions because I believe everything flows from the mind. So one thing I stress is that no matter what your goals are, be decided—not just motivated—to achieve it. Don’t get me wrong, I want you to feel pumped and excited about reaching your goals. But just know that motivation only starts the engine—it doesn’t keep it churning. What will stand the test of time is a firm decision to do what’s necessary no matter how you feel at the moment, motivated or unmotivated.