When did you realize you wanted to become a personal trainer?
I grew up playing soccer competitively and fell in love with fitness along the way. I especially appreciated fitness during my off-season when I needed to stay healthy and fit. Later on I realized how confident and empowered I felt when I felt strong and healthy and wanted to empower others to feel the same way.
Describe your coaching style
My coaching style is to help people get in a really good workout, feel empowered, and most of all have fun along the way.
The best part of being a coach is…
Helping people fall in love with the process of health and fitness. I love seeng clients mindsets switch from ‘having’ to workout to ‘I get to’ workout. It’s such a gift to move our bodies!
What’s your favourite way to be active outside of the studio?
Cycling or going for a long walk near water!
Best piece of advice for someone looking to start personal training?
Give it a go and see how you like it! If it’s not for you, that’s okay – at least you tried! And ask questions so you understand why you’re doing what you’re doing, as the whole process should always be about you and your goals.
Fitness and Health Promotion Diploma
Sport Science Diploma
Bachelors of Science, Sport and Exercise Science, University of Wales Trinity St. David (Wales, United Kingdom)
American Muscle and Fitness Association Personal Training Certificate