I love what I Do
I began to take a keen interest in sports and fitness from a very early age. Playing, watching and reading about anything which I could lead me to become a personal trainer. As a keen footballer who managed to play at a reasonably high level the external factors such as lifestyle, nutrition and sports specific training really interested me. I have continued with this trend and earned myself some recognised qualifications to work as a personal trainer helping, educating and inspiring people to improve lifestyles, become more aware of benefits which can occur from exercise and generally challenging people to become healthier and more active.
My role as a Personal Trainer
My most notable personal achievements are helping clients who have very low self esteem change their habits and in turn their lifestyles, helping people enjoy exercise, guiding clients safely through weight loss programmes and setting goals for clients of all abilities and backgrounds. My biggest tip to encourage people to make that first step would be to repeat after me….. ” I can do this”.
I personally believe this is specific to the individual. Someone who is new to exercise needing and wanting to lose a large amount of BF could benefit greatly from walking. A more advanced trainer with less BF to lose will have a better chance of achieving this by using the HIIT style of sharp explosive bursts of exercise.
hiring a PT enables you to remove all of the guess work around your training. It allows you to turn up to a session with a clear mind knowing you will be professionally guided through your workout to gain maximal benefit. A good standard PT can make exercise not just rewarding but also enjoyable, addictive and interesting.