As a teenager starting out my fitness journey I suffered a lot with generalised anxiety disorder and this played a huge role in my life. I suffered with a lack of confidence and would always doubt myself. It’s safe to say my life became a constant struggle.
Fitness and training helped to change that. I began to ‘cope’ with the anxiety and found ways to control it through training. Even to this day I train and live a healthy lifestyle to ‘ feel good’ and I think the role that fitness has on your mental state is still greatly ignored.
I have been working in the industry for around 3 years now and thoroughly enjoy it. I have worked with a wide array of clients; male & female aged 18-70 with a variety of goals.
I do a lot of work on mindset and creating positive habits. Fitness doesn’t have to be difficult. Nor do you have to come into it with a ‘All or nothing’ mindset. Peak Performance will allow me to reach out to more people and ensure you guys make positive steps towards your goals.
From an early age I loved to play sports but always had a passion for rugby. I have been lucky enough to pursue this passion for the last 20 years, which has progressed into coaching in recent times. Through this I learnt team spirit and discipline.
It was this love of sport and fitness that lead me into my career as a personal trainer. After qualifying I spent much of my time working at the 5* Virgin Active in Kensington before moving back to the West Country to be closer to family.
My main motivation when working with clients is to understand their goals and provide not only the expertise but the support to help them believe in their own ability. I like to keep sessions fresh by interchanging a variety of exercises which avoids clients getting bored. I’m a positive fun guy and can help you get results.