How did you get started in training and what sparked your interest in becoming a trainer?
I have always been involved in sport from a young age and progressed through to making various high performance squads at local, regional and national level. Due to this I have spent many hours in and around the gym. I started gaining more of an interest in weights so decided to do some research to get more knowledge about the subject. Next I started training friends to test the waters and their result exceeded both of our expectations and it grew from there.
What keeps YOU motivated?
When I find something I enjoy I become addicted. Seeing what I could help other people achieve had me hooked from the start.
What does your training programme look like?
I lift weights 5 times a week, sprint train once and add in mobility work where I can. I like to change up my training to keep my body progressing and adapting to new styles of training.
What are some of your favorite motivational quotes?
Learn to dance in the f**king rain.
Train insane or remain the same.
Once you see results it becomes an addiction.
Who do you admire?
Usain Bolt, as I admire his athleticism, confidence and commitment day in and out.
What is the difference between working with a personal trainer compared to exercising alone?
A personal trainer is there to hold you accountable and is committed to keeping track of your progress so they can specialise your training to maximise results.