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Job Description/Business Name
PICP 4, BioSignature level 2, Sports Massage Therapist, Precision Nutrition Coach, Certifications in Fat Loss Nutrition, Sports Nutrition and Diet & Nutrition. Strength & Conditioning Coach, Olympic Weightlifting Coach. Fat Tool Therapist, HLC 1, Boxing & MMA Trainer
Fat Loss & Body Transformation
Any extra training you have undertaken?
Private Internships with a number of the worlds best coaches.
Any sporting background
Have played rugby, soccer, brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Thai Kickboxing and Olympic weightlifting
What are the day to day activities involved in your profession/business?
I consult and train clients to reach their goals. I also run multiple trainers that work with me so they can achieve better business's and create better results.
Why did you take on this profession/business?
I have a strong passion for helping people create healthy, lean, vibrant lives.
What are the highlights of your profession/business?
I get to work with amazing people and create dramatic results
What one lesson did you take from your parents?
Work for myself, and be the best that I can be no matter what my field.
How do you deal with temptation?
I remind myself of my goals
What is your biggest fear?
Do you believe "never giving up" is the difference between making it and not making it in any sport?
Working smart & working hard. You need the right plan with the strong action.
Have you ever failed at anything? If yes how did you overcome this?
Many things. I learnt to do things differently.
What inspired you to succeed?
Learning from my mentors, and watching other succeed.
What did you want to be as a kid growing up?
What motivates you to continue in your profession/business?
Never taking my business for granted and having the drive to succeed with my clients. I only succeed if they do.
What advice would you give to someone looking to take on your profession/business?
Make sure that it is your true passion. If so, you don't work a day in your life.
What advice what you give clients seeking a specialist of your profession in their area?
You need to follow the plan that is specific to yourself, and have the commitment to make it true.
A simple piece of advice you can give to the general public?
Drink more water.
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