Personal Training

  • Boxing
  • Mobility
  • Postural alignment
  • Strength & Conditioning
  • Lower back recovery
  • Recovery
  • Injury prevention
  • Fat Loss
  • Body Transformation Pack 12 weeks

    • X3 PT sessions per week
    • X3 training Plans
    • X3 Nutritional Plans
    • X3 Mindset Coaching Session
    • Weekly Check-ins
    In my experience proper sleep and following a healthy eating plan are key. People always seem to neglect the basics. Get these right first. Then look at hydration. Then stretch and mobility. If you’re nailing all of the above, then you can try supplementation.

    Workouts should be varied after a training sequence. My sequences generally range between 10 and 12 weeks. I follow a plan at all times, I do adjust depending on how my body is responding. For example, if I need more time between a lower body session, I will change the order or If my hip flexors are tight, I will adapt movements. Your training plan should be flexible.

    I rest when during my scheduled times. If I can’t complete a workout due to muscular fatigue / focus or low energy levels, I will rest or do a recovery / mobility session and adjust my training plan schedule accordingly.
    The best way to improve your mobility is to work on it frequently. It doesn’t need to be more than 15-20 minutes and keep it simple and concise. Frequency over duration!!. Proper form and full range of motion are imperative. Our joints were designed to move a certain way, when we stop taking advantage of that range of motion and deliver sub-standard movements, we start to reduce that range of motion. Incorrect alignment will put uneven, and eventually unmanageable, stress on your muscles, joints, and tendons. That’s when tears and strains happen.

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