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The Benefits of a Personal Trainer. A personal trainer can help you make the most of your exercise routine. If you’re having a hard time getting motivated at the health club, or just don’t feel. Benefits of Personal Training and More!

Whether you’re looking to learn the benefits of personal training or are simply looking for ways to improve your health, we’re here to help. We know how hard it is to find an all-inclusive health platform that covers all aspects of health. Here are the top benefits of working with a personal trainer: 1. Better results with supervised training. Working out consistently for months or years and not seeing results is frustrating.

A personal trainer can help you achieve noticeable results by helping solve the root of these workout problem. Personal training is steadily becoming a saturated arena, you have to work hard and diversify in order to stand out. You won’t have a guaranteed income or benefits. Unless you are employed as an in-house trainer in some sort of fitness club or gym, you won’t have a guaranteed income.

You also don’t get any automatic benefits!A personal trainer will make sure you are accountable for keeping up, and that will stay with you, too. The benefits of personal training will also give you a great variety of nutrition and workouts. You’ll not want to go back to the mundane routine from before.

Luke Hughes, co-founder of health and fitness training and course provider, Origym picked out the top five benefits of becoming a personal trainer. (Almost) Unlimited Earning Potential Whether you are offering one-to-one training, boot camps or aerobics classes, you control what you earn. Let’s understand the 5 most important benefits of hiring a Personal Fitness Trainer. 1. Personalized Fitness Plan A certified personal fitness trainer will create a customized fitness plan for you based on the goals you want to achieve. This personalized plan is created taking your goals, current physical condition and medical background. Personal training comprises a number of training programs adjustable to each individual.

Personal training programs adapt to everyone’s demands and desires. The program does not include only the adequate exercises but it also include counseling on the die. Benefits goes beyond the body to empower the connection between spiritual, mental, and physical health. We hope that you choose Benefits Personal Training and Wellness Studio for your journey, whether it be with a goal of losing weight, gaining strength, or maintaining an already healthy lifestyle.

People go to a personal trainer for inspiration, motivation and perspiration. Whether they want to lose weight, gain strength, improve overall fitness, train for a race or recover from an injury, people choose a personal trainer with a desire to change. It’s a heady responsibility.

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Maintaining muscular strength, aerobic endurance, joint and musculotendinous flexibility, functional balance, and body composition addresses these goals; and these are areas that personal trainers are well equipped to deal with.

“NSCA's Essentials of Personal Training” by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association
from NSCA’s Essentials of Personal Training
by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2011

Documented benefits include the development of camaraderie and social capital (reflected in very high retention rates); increases in physical activity both during Green Gym sessions and at other times of the week; and self-reported improvement in mental health, well-being, and quality of life.

“Making Healthy Places: Designing and Building for Health, Well-being, and Sustainability” by Andrew L. Dannenberg, Howard Frumkin, Richard J. Jackson, Robin Fran Abrams, Emil Malizia, Arthur Wendel, James Sallis, Rachel A. Millstein, Jordan A. Carlson, Carolyn Cannuscio, Karen Glanz, Jonathan Samet, David A. Sleet, Rebecca B. Naumann, Rose Anne Rudd, Lorraine Backer, William C. Sullivan, Chun-Yen Cheng, Caitlin Eicher, Ichiro Kawachi, Chirs S. Kochtitzky, James Krieger, David E. Jacobs, Donna S Heidel, Paul Schulte, Matt Gillen, L. Casey Chosewood, Liz York, Kenneth M. Wallingford, Greg Wagner, Craig Zimring, Jennifer DuBose, Jared Fox, Reid Ewing, Gail Meakins, Grace Bjarnson, Holly Hilton, Colin Quinn-Hurst, Timothy Beatley, Margaret Schneider, Lisa M. Feldstein, Manal Aboelata, Leah Ersoylu, Larry Cohen, Nisha Botchwey, Matthew J. Trowbridge, Jennifer C. Johnson, Sandro Galea, Anthony G. Capon, Susan Thompson
from Making Healthy Places: Designing and Building for Health, Well-being, and Sustainability
by Andrew L. Dannenberg, Howard Frumkin, et. al.
Island Press, 2012

There are also more health benefits from participating in resistance training, such as improvements in cardiovascular disease and diabetes mellitus risk factors, as well as other chronic disease risk factors.

“The Essential Guide to Fitness” by Rosemary Marchese, Julie Taylor, Kirsten Fagan
from The Essential Guide to Fitness
by Rosemary Marchese, Julie Taylor, Kirsten Fagan
Cengage Learning Australia, 2019

A personal training certification provides knowledge in exercise science, physiology, and program design but typically does not provide practical business skills such as time management, customer service, and sales proficiencies.

“Health Fitness Management” by Mike Bates, Mike Spezzano, Guy Danhoff
from Health Fitness Management
by Mike Bates, Mike Spezzano, Guy Danhoff
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

Benefits of resistance training include development of muscular strength, endurance, and lean body mass and maintenance of basal metabolic rate that can assist in weight control.

“Evidence-Based Nursing Care Guidelines E-Book: Medical-Surgical Interventions” by Betty J. Ackley, Gail B. Ladwig, Beth Ann Swan, Sharon J. Tucker
from Evidence-Based Nursing Care Guidelines E-Book: Medical-Surgical Interventions
by Betty J. Ackley, Gail B. Ladwig, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007

In a comprehensive health and fitness program, resistance training can reduce risk factors associated with many diseases and physical ailments and can preserve and improve functional capacity.

“Physical Activity Instruction of Older Adults” by C. Jessie Jones, Debra J. Rose
from Physical Activity Instruction of Older Adults
by C. Jessie Jones, Debra J. Rose
Human Kinetics, 2005

These include endurance training, which are exercises to increase breathing and heart rate; strength training, which builds muscles and increases muscle strength; balance exercises, which improve standing and gait; and flexibility exercises, which keep the body limber.

“Gerontologic Nursing E-Book” by Sue E. Meiner, Jennifer J. Yeager
from Gerontologic Nursing E-Book
by Sue E. Meiner, Jennifer J. Yeager
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Strength training has many known benefits, including cardiovascular fitness, good body composition, better bone health, lowering of cholesterol, and better mental health.

“Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine” by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
from Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine
by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
SAGE Publications, 2010

Awareness training provides the workers with the necessary skills to determine the self help solutions by familiarizing them with symptoms of musculoskeletal disorders, workplace risk factors, and ways to reduce risk factors.

“The Occupational Ergonomics Handbook” by Waldemar Karwowski, William S. Marras
from The Occupational Ergonomics Handbook
by Waldemar Karwowski, William S. Marras
Taylor & Francis, 1998

Gains in strength from resistance training are accompanied by improvements in gait, agility, aerobic capacity, and psychological responses such as improved morale and depressive symptoms and development of self-efficacy.

“Palliative Medicine E-Book” by T. Declan Walsh, Augusto T. Caraceni, Robin Fainsinger, Kathleen M. Foley, Paul Glare, Cynthia Goh, Mari Lloyd-Williams, Juan Nunez Olarte, Lukas Radbruch
from Palliative Medicine E-Book
by T. Declan Walsh, Augusto T. Caraceni, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2008

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  • Hi, I’m looking for a personal trainer but I don’t know where I can find one who is right for me. Any suggestions for this? Where should I look for them?

  • i love your dress and i am the kind of the person who want to gain a little bit of weight. i am always jealous of you and the girls

  • @ 3:23 is no one else cringing at how her boobs are moving around, esp during cardio?! I only say this bc having a proper supportive sports bra is SO important, and just by watching her I can feel the discomfort from having your boobs move like that when you jump up and down!!! ����

  • Hey Please give me „like” on this post if you’re personal trainer and struggle with getting more leads online?

    I will give more info

  • Great that she doesnt care about Weight loss but i dont think shes healthy at her size. Shes pretty but being healthy is important..

  • Whenever I do intense workout, I drink like a gallon of water. I weighed myself after about two months and I weighed exactly the same as when I first started, but I literally looked thinner.
    So to me, weighing myself isn’t really important.

  • The fact that she’s doing this not to lose weight and just for herself makes me so happy because society intrigues us that gyming is essentially for losing weight when it comes to us thick girls.. love this video ❤️

  • I recently got a personal trainer, even changed my diet so I’m eating very healthy now and honestly it’s an amazing experience. Especially having someone there to push you even though you’re tired. I recommend getting a personal trainer if you struggle to get in shape!

  • Wow I saw your video. Great work! I could use the support. I also hired a personal trainer. Comment on my channel. Tell how things are.

  • The personal trainer seems pretty cool. Like she tries to connect with people more rather than just like ok do this do this do this

  • I feel this was really brave of the client to have posted on Youtube. As a personal trainer myself I really get motivated by people like her, who commit to the regime, and stay as positive as can be expected throughout. We all started somewhere and everyone who has tried to train a little knows to stay motivated can be a struggle sometimes. But this gave me more motivation to keep going strong for myself and for my clients. That’s what the job is all about in my opinion. You help people crush boundaries and make them see they can do a lot more than they think possible at first. the goal should not always be to become an athlete, but rather start by becoming healthy and more motivated, then the goals can shift and reach further. stay positive all global colleges who can’t work as before because of Covid19. and to all healthcare workers out there in the world, a wholehearted thank you for your continued efforts.

  • For me the journey of getting fit and remaining fit for entire life, is to continue to do exercise throughout your life and as you get trained for a certain limits then cross the limit and get trained for that limit too….. and this goes on, to keep you fit……

    Also continue to eat healthy foods with variety throughout the life is important as food participate 80% in getting and remaining fit throughout…..

  • I’m at a stage in my life i need a trainer! I have lost so far over 200 pounds on my own it took me 3and a half yrs still got lime 60 more pounds. What i have lost need to tone it up alot of lose skin. I walk 12 laps everyday do other exercises its about to get cold here in Milwaukee and i wont be able to walk ��. Im on a fix income money far as a trainer will be hard but willing to try anything to get my body toned up plus continue my weight lost! I would love to be healthy, smaller and shjt these rude people up most of all doing this for ME.

  • The thing is…until you dont get rid of that obsessive mentality you will never be confortable with yourself. You work yourself to the bone, you used to starve yourself, now you are body possitive: so you over eat because you wanna do whatever it Is u want with all your being. Once you stop obsessing with everything you will find balance. She is still doing this types of videos, the last time she was in another youtubers channel and her own fans were draging her for excersissing cause thats not body possitive. ��.

  • 2:57 hearing her saying cardio just makes me think of aubrey saying “Amy what are you doing?” Fat Amy “Horizontal Running” (Pitch Perfect Quote)

  • People have different metabolisms, people have different hormones. For some people it is simply more difficult to lose or put on weight. Sorry, that’s just they way life is, but that doesn’t mean that it’s impossible and it doesn’t mean that it’s someone else’s fault. Regardless of genetics, your lifestyle is the reason you look the way you do. ��‍♂️

  • I think a lot of healthcare problems could be solved if everyone had access to a therapist/mental health counselor and a personal trainer

  • she talks about loving herself so much sometimes self-care becomes excuses LOL just do something and commit dang it
    you can almost hear in her voice that she doesnt fully love herself yet

  • Why do people wear shirts with sayings that just demeans themeselves. Words are soo Powerful. Let’s be mindful of how we carry ourselves.

  • Find the beautiful face

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    It’s not here because the beautiful person is you always remember that ❤️❤️❤️

  • This video has somewhat inspired me to try and get in better shape I think I’m at a decent starting point, I’m 14 years old about six feet and 1 inches tall and I’m 317 lbs, any tips?

  • This is a great breakdown for those looking into becoming a PT! I’ve been thinking of going into Personal Training myself and videos like this have been a great source of information! For anyone who wants a really in-depth PT career options video, i’d recommend watching “Personal Training Career Options (Pros and Cons)” by OriGym. It’s over 30 minutes and basically talks you through ALL your possible career options as a PT and what to expect from each option. Just thought i’d mention if anyone wants more info It helped me out a lot. Anyway, thanks again and keep up the good work!:D

  • Ah I love you! And your personality and willingness and openness to share this journey with us. I remember seeing you at LA pride last year and I was like OH MY GOD I LOVE HER but I didn’t wanna ruin your time by approaching you as a fan. �� ❤️ thanks for this video, definitely motivating

  • I’m a personal trainer! Best job ever and seeing people change not just physically but just seeing them feel more empowered is awesome! You did amazing❤️

  • I love how Jaz is doing so many of these videos, but I feel like she’s just doing it over and over, with her saying the same thing every time, and quitting everything as soon as the videos over. I can’t really comment though, because I don’t know everything that’s going on behind the scenes, but yeah.

  • I tried to get ripped by myself but got mediocre results. I’m thinking if I did with a personal trainer I’ll reach my body’s full potential.

  • This is a super old video (with some super sketchy editing I apologise haha) but if you’d like an update from me or have any more questions to ask then please send me a DM on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/danibarker_media ����

  • Hey guys, here in NZ I think the economy has really affected the fitness industry since lockdown ���� what has anyone else found ��

  • Hello Dani!
    I’m still waiting to do my level 3 then level 4 after the lockdown. Can I ask, how was it when you first started to give classes and was you nervous? And how did you manage to drum up clients? And any tips for prompting and advertising? Thanks.

  • For me I think is more worth to be employed “contract work”.
    You will have clients secured and you don’t need to wake up at 5 6 am

  • Thank you Dani I just found your “old” video ��
    I can totally relate, I had the same plan:
    Working as instructor for stability, experience and stable pay and starting up as pt.
    But overhere in Belgium, there are very few job-openings as instructor and way too much candidates so I had no luck so far.
    But actually this made me see that passion for training doesn’t necessarily mean I have to become a personal trainer. I am changing career path entirely now, but of course I keep on training bodybuilding and Kung Fu.
    Thank you for the insight, take care Seniôrita.

  • Thanks Dani for your ambitious and for sharing this video im gonna study 20 june to nutrion and personal trainer in sweden which you the best with your career

  • What qualifications do you need to be able to train clients and how can you get those qualifications I have looked online spoke to people they have said that I can do a course online but that cost like a lot of money where I am looking for a free course

  • Hello, how much would you say you made monthly from PT’ing at the gym? Was it worth it for the hours you did including the 12 hours for rent

  • I feel exercise isn’t about losing weight, but about having a long healthy, happy life. My thighs my touch and not have a flat stomach, but I’m healthy with a great positive hormone release!!!

  • Thank you so much for this video, I have been looking for first hand accounts of PT’s in the UK! Wish you all the best for the future.

  • I already have plans for my career when I’m older but I really wanna be a personal trainer. would it be fine for me to be one part time?

  • Hi Dani, I’m 17 and I’m not enjoying sixth form at all. I would really love to become a personal trainer. I’ve loved fitness and working out since I was very young so this seems like the career for me. Is there any advice or ideas you have that can help me pursue this dream. I’ve looked online at apprenticeships but there’s always the college option aswell. I suffer from ADHD so I struggle to concentrate for long periods of time so written and text based work is very difficult. How much of the course/s is written and how much is physical/practical?
    Thanks Chris

  • do you know what its like being a full time personal trainer at puregym?? im interested in being a full time PT but dont know the details.

  • Been watching a few personal trainer videos and I feel like this one gave a much better insight into the day in the life of a PT. I’m actually watching these because I’ve started thinking about going for my level 2 and level 3 and pursue a career in being a PT. I’m looking at doing mine through Premier Global. Would you say they are a good one to go through or are there any others you would recommend? Cheers. Keep up the good work. You’re doing awesome ��������

  • I’m 24 and thinking about changing my career path to be a personal trainer! I see so many people online already so successful and established at my age I feel really behind

  • Great video Dani!
    I’m in the process of looking at everything I can to do with being a gym instructor and PT as I’m thinking of taking the course in November!

    I also work around where your gym is, I work for the company that owns your building ha ha!

  • That’s a great video and very helpful!
    I’m currently studying on my L2/L3 certification and then planning to move to Manchester from Newcastle where I currently live.
    How’s your life (personal and professional) as a PT 2 years after this video?

  • Great video, I’m currently a clinical scientist who was skeptical about taking the leap of faith into the fitness industry. Your video is the reason I decided to begin training as a PT.

    Thanks!

  • Hi, how do you keep things interesting?? I guess I have a fear of having someone do the same workout some weeks? Should I switch things up? Thank you! Xx

  • This is very long post with very bad/angry english and emotional story inside (sorry for inconvenience ✌)

    I am working out for over 10 years… so I am not new to fitness. Mostly what I am doing is calisthenics with weight training (I am very consistent with that, never even had a week out) + whole those years I was constantly learning new staff (reading, researching, psycholology, anatomy, biomechanics, diet, micronutrients and even yoga) and several months ago I decided to try something new: have a work in our local Golds Gym as fitness instructor. I was very happy trying that: I love fitness very much so why not? (+I really like helping people reaching their goals). I just told them I need some practice & ofc certification.
    I was 100% sure that a guy like me just can’t be rejected.

    And they… they just destroyed my dreams completely ;(

    Having direct talk with them, Golds Gym lead manager told me that I am in very bad shape + I am not sportsman so I don’t have sport education (he mean I am not pro) + they have no trainings for beginners and they give no fuck about certification.. they only need BIG guys having professional sportsman background and lots of anabolics inside to show off those muscles and attract rich clients. (our Golds Gym is rich peoples place)

    I don’t know laugh or cry. I am 72kg, 180cm, and doing 15 muscle ups, 30 clean pullups/chinups, planche for over 4 seconds and much more… I am young, yes I am a beat skinny (cause I don’t need mass for athletic skills, but I have strength & endurance inside my body and I can control it easily) I am new generation, new way of thinking… I just don’t know how someone can measure others being fit just by looking at their muscle size. How stupid! Muscles are created for function (hypertrophy+strength+endurance+power+skill=function) on some cases big sizes means less and less function!
    (and ofc I have good body, visible muscles, abs, strong legs (I train legs twice a week as all others, I am just low fat, Calisthenics guy )

    aaaah ;( In simple words they need someone on juice with head sized watery muscles to make clients believe that… “hmm, this guy with HUUUGEEE biceps, he is veryyyyyy gooood, he knows how to workout for sure!! And this poor skinny kid, how did you even hire him, he has no size, how he can even be good”. (they give no fuck about my verbal, psycholological or athletic skills, only size matters to them).

    Sadly their is some kind of mafia relations, no one can work us trainer if he is not sportsman (this is their marketing strategy + I believe who has good relations on top, maybe he could, or who has 30+ experience.. corruptive thinking all arround my country ;( that’s why we still 4th+ grade country. So they give a fuck that there is nothing athletic inside those anabolic muscles + I think being sportsman means nothing with being a good fitness trainer/instructor. So they just rape clients head and robe all their money forcing them to believe that having a trainer like those T-hulks will make them soon look alike those “angry-brutal” guys ��. And ahletic guy like me who can walk, swim, dance, run, fight, climb (and have a good sex, I am sure those T-monsters just cant be healthy enough even for that)… and teach others how to be so + I am clever person who can outsmart all those fitness T-Gurus and easily climb high if they just let me inside those Gym walls, but.. “I am in a bad shape!!! ��

    + salary was less than 160$ a month (with some hope that years later you will get clients and earn a beat more). wtf?

    I told them what I told you here (exactly), everything as you read, but not as aggressive (I heavily controlled my emotions, but I am happy I had some meditation-emotion-yoga practice). I even told that in US Golds Gyms where anyone who can lift 20 pounds can have a work (+ cert ofc)… so why not here? They told me that our Golds gym brench is more elite (kill me, I had word with many people attending and they told that service is not as good as have to be and overall nothing special in Golds besides being rich peoples private workout place), they need top professionals (with stereoids inside) and overall they have different marketting strategy.. bla bla bla

    I was brutally rejected and by walking out I felt myself so bad. They just deleted my dreams.

    About trying a job in other gyms? Maybe, but no point having a work which can’t even supply your food needs (<150$ a month all arround, fuckin kidding). I would rather have my current job (though I don't like it) rather than having no sustain at all.

    And this is how things work in poor countries like mine (I wont say where! Don’t want people to know that my country is so bad. I am patriotic!)

    So all you, west/European countries… you all are just lucky cause you have at least some opportunity to do what you like to do and not like us with no hope…

    But… always train, always learn, whatever you do stay natural, healthy and functional ��
    whatever you’re doing, whoever are you: random person reading till here… thanks for a read, you helped to reliefe my emotions, thank you so much!

    Good luck ��

  • This is really good, I like how you explain your story, and show how chill this job can be especially if you have a passion for fitness & not just see it as a job. There really isn’t much cons as a PT like some people say.. or atleast I’m yet to find any as I am only a few months in myself. @gymrabbi

  • It’s amazing your feelings for that job. I’ve been working as a personal trainer for 12 years in my country, Brazil. I know how hard it is. Now I’m in Dublin, Ireland. I’ll try to do some certificated, because some gyms don’t accept my University degree only. I’ll look for one certificate. So, keep going on your dreams. I’m so happy when I see people with passion in what they do. You have what many others don’t have, faith. ����

  • I’m 35 working full time in security which i dont enjoy, I am thinking doing a online personal trainer course as I enjoy when im in the gym, would i need to start a level 1 or 2? Which online would you recommend?

  • You’re lucky you have that kind of people to work with. Over here in my place the fellow trainers are fucking toxic and just bitch about others. One of them bribes the salesman to recommend potential clients to him first lol I don’t understand how they have been going under the same brand for so long.

  • Crappy job..no security….EVER.. NO MATTER YOUR EDUCATION…its fine for a little side job and your young im 50. You have to be concerned about your future…no security….cant count on it….

  • Hello dani this is pankaj from new Delhi india i just recently certified by NASM personal trainer…I just need your help about it if I can the same job in united kingdom or not! If not so please suggest me the ways which can help me in getting the job over there

  • great video. I’ve been a Joiner for the past 15 years but I’m now starting a career in personal training. I’m almost done with my course and I’ve almost secured a position at a gym. Really looking forward to this new career and your video was a great inside look at what to expect when starting. Thank you

  • stumbled upon your channel, must say u look hot. i too was a personal trainer for 4 years, although u were doing the side laterals towards the end of video i felt you were kneeling a bit forward maybe due to heavy weight which u took. anyways best wishes for your future.

  • Hyi day Barker…I am a ACSM certified personal trainer. I am from India. And I am looking a opportunity overseas. And guide me. Any type help would be appreciated.
    Email [email protected] gmail.com
    Thanku

  • Very good advice for me, I’m learning to be a personal trainer at the moment in Dublin. This was a very helpful video for me starting out as a pt.

  • “Nothing makes me happier than sharing my passion and my knowledge for fitness.” Thats exactly why I’m getting my trainer cert. Thanks for the informative video!

  • I can totally relate! Loving the content! I also do fitness vlogs on my channel! Check it out! I have liked and subscribed to your channel! Keep them coming ����

  • it is hard making it work as a freelance personal trainer, I worked with the gym group for 10 months, and then the rules changed which screwed with the marketing decisions and how I was marketing my prices. as my own Boss, I felt like I was stuck in my own container where I couldn’t do anything I needed to grow. Now in Portugal thinking up new strategies:)x I’m getting in touch with as many Personal Trainers, make new friends and like to get in touch so we can share ideas with each other to build the successful and ideal business that works for everyone.: please get in touch if this sparks any interest for anyone., thanks

  • Loving your content. Thank you for this if been thinking about becoming a pt. After helping a few people reach their goals running. Is there any reading Material you recommend me reading before I commit to training and getting qualified?

  • Serious question here: what is the maximum age you realistically see yourself working as a PT? Because everyone knows there’s no trainers over 40-45 in any gyms. Or at least gyms don’t want them anymore, because they can easily get younger ones.

  • You said you see your clients on line? What did you mean by that. Also how did you land that gig? Did you just walk into the gym and say you were a certified trainer? Also group class work outs, do you structure the workouts yourself or does the gym give you a daily routine?

  • As a certified yoga instructor, I’m studying for my CPT. I just subscribed to your channel. Cheers from across the pond (America)!

  • The music at the end showing people work out was about 30 times louder than your voice over. When people listen with headphones this is likely to cause them to go deaf �� just something for you to look out for next time.

  • I have been training online with Josh for three months now. He’s a great guy and has been unbelievably helpful. I highly recommend it!

  • 1.What kind of clients are your favourite to work with? Ex: those who want to just lose weight, powerlifting clients, bodybuilding, etc. & why?

    2. Favourite business management tools? (How you stay on top of personal training, online coaching, social media, etc)

    3. What does your family think of your career as a PT & online coach? Do they watch your stuff? And how wierd is it to go to family parties? Haha

  • How long have you been sponsored by EHPlabs and what are your favourite products from there? I’m looking to gain muscle so just need some good stuff to use