What are your philosophies on training?
It’s very important for me as a collegiate athlete that I make the most out of my time in the gym. That means max effort every time. Nevertheless, this philosophy might not work for everyone; it depends very much on the various fitness levels of each individual and what they’re capable of physically doing. My philosophy isn’t aimed at the idea of perfect physical symmetry or having the “eight pack abs” but it is aimed towards making the most out of the time you have in achieving optimum strength and fitness.
What makes you a good trainer?
I’m a very personable individual and I can easily relate with almost anyone. I have the knowledge to meet whatever needs a client may have, whether it means weight loss, building muscle, toning, or strictly cardiovascular exercises. I have an ability to motivate my clients to the point of positive results in a safe environment. My training is focused on producing the client’s desired results.
What tips do you have for summer fitness?
In the summer it’s very important to stay hydrated, so drink lots of water and if you can, avoid drinking anything else but water. If you want the beach body, focus your training on the abdominal muscles and biceps. However, my philosophy is that you should train year-round not just for one season, a healthy lifestyle is an everyday thing not just a summer fling.
Any favorite workout quotes?
It’s simple, if it jiggles it’s fat. That quote’s from Arnold Schwarzenegger and it’s true.