P E R S O N A L T R A I N I N G
A successful client transformation comes down to a multitude of things and from experience one of the main areas most go wrong is practical application: quality of reps performed for each given exercise, understanding where and what you should be feeling during each movement and the overall quality of your mind-muscle connection. All too often I've seen personal trainers let their clients get away with countless numbers of poor quality reps and bad technique.
However the learning and work doesn't end in the gym. With a background in nutrition I will help you understand where you may be going wrong when it comes to figuring out your daily calorie intake. Most people simply don't know what is in everything they are consuming. The vast majority underestimate how much they're actually eating each day and this generally leads to slow if zero progress. By becoming more competent in tracking calories and macros you will ensure that progress is consistent and sustainable. Remember, you can't out-train a bad diet.
By understanding the reasoning behind each training methodology used, you will improve the quality of your personal training sessions and ensure no session is wasted. This extra knowledge will help you become more self-sufficient when it comes to your own training and nutrition down the line.