I was sitting in a coffee shop last week Probably my favourite place to relax, especially when the sun is shining and I can kick back, soak up the cosmic rays with the beautiful aroma of my double espresso.
Should woman train in the same way as men? This is one of the first questions that many of my new clients ask me. The answer is that we are all different, with varying abilities and goals. I also might add that all men should not necessarily train the same way either.
Earlier this month, I attended a family get-together where I was chatting with one of my wife’s cousins. She asked me what I did for work and I didn’t realise until then that my job is pretty hard to explain! So, I’d like to take you behind the scenes of my business and through my working life.
My clients come from all different age groups but everyone has one thing in common – a determination to improve their health and fitness. Whether you’re 25, 40 or 65, a willingness to work hard to improve your health and fitness is the only thing you need to work out. It’s never too late.
Time is one of the biggest barriers to a healthy training process but none of us has enough time in the day. That’s why you need to make time to include training as an integral part of your week, every week.
If you’re one of those people for whom exercise seems extremely daunting, I’m pleased that you’re taking time out to read this post. That’s because most people don’t realise that they don’t have to train nearly as hard and often as they think to get great results.