How do you help your clients achieve their fitness goals?
Once they share goals with their sets of restrictions (time budget etc), I provide them with programs that meet their needs/restraints, and build their physique gradually, monitor and tweak program variables as required.
What’s the secret to getting the body of your dreams?
Commitment, following an appropriate program and doing the work for sufficiently long duration time.
What do you love most about your job?
That it is not my job, strength and conditioning is not a job for me, it is my passion and my hobby, I do it in my spare time, I read about it, always looking for more insight, methods of training, nutrition and supplements.
Physical development is highly diverse mostly because people are diverse, of age, gender, genetics, goals, time/schedule etc, as such, each person requires a slightly different approach and hence a slightly different challenge. Perhaps the second most interesting thing beside the fun of doing, is to see progress in individuals and even self, truth is, most people have the potential to reach their goals, they just don't quite know how to do it. Exercise science is about that.
What inspired you to start your own business?
I grew up in athletics, I was competitive in D1 college, and always stayed involved thereafter. My first career was in finance, which was not a fit for me. My second career is my true passion, for which I restarted my education, licensing etc, at the end of the day, you must do what you love the most!
Why should our clients choose you?
People should choose who they believe is best for the job; but here are some reasons why I am probably not a bad choice:
- Education and licensing (MS Exercise phys, NSCA CSCS, First Aid& AED etc),
- Strong proponent of up to date scientific approach,
- 15+ years of experience in the field,
- Access to/contracted for private gym, well equipped,
- Competed as a Division 1 athlete,
- Have successfully trained many kids, college and professional athletes in reaching their goals, be it making college or strength/fitness related gains (to be noted, there is about a 0 tolerance for mistakes in the form of injuries with kids and career athletes, thus, I am highly reliant on sound programming for conditioning and injury aversion)