1. What sports / other hobbies do you enjoy?
Rugby has been part of my life from a young age and I still enjoy playing today. I also enjoy Crossfit, pushing my limits with every workout really is satisfying.
2. What is your most favourite type of training to teach?
I really like teaching people strength and conditioning training. It attracts those who are looking to work hard and dedicate themselves to the process.
3. What is your most favourite type of training to do yourself?
I enjoy strength and conditioning training.
4. Do you have any fitness idols?
My fitness idols are coaches I look up to and learn from. Paul Chek is a big influence, along with Dan John, Vern Gambetta and Louie Simmons.
5. How long have you been training for?
I’ve been training regularly since I was 16. Over the years but goals have changed with the many different methods of training I’ve used.
6. What’s your proudest achievement?
My proudest achievement would be cycling from Cambridge to Paris is 2013. I’ve also enjoyed achievements as a Crossfit competitor.
Being fit has brought me a lot of good memories and has given me experiences most people miss out on. I’ve also enjoyed achievements as a Crossfit competitor.
7. What motivates you to train / workout?
I don’t need motivation to train, I enjoy it.
Being fit has brought me a lot of good memories and has given me experiences most people miss out on. Such as running 7km down an old Roman road in the Dales through bad weather and hilly terrain. I believe being fit and active can give you the ability to see a different side of life and thats what I’d like to give to my clients.