Here's a question I get asked all the time.
Here's a question I get asked all the time. “Have I always wanted to be a PT”
So I thought I'd share with you all a bit more about me and how I got to where I am now and in answer to the question, honestly, no I haven't!
Back in 2012 I left my home town called Ballyclare, in Northern Ireland to go off travelling to Australia / New Zealand, in part because I wanted to see the world but also because at that point I had no idea what I wanted to do. Whilst I was travelling I realised that I had a lot to offer and share with others in terms of fat loss. Through my school days I had always been overweight and in my late teens began to muddle my way through the fitness world and dieting in order to lose weight. It was during my travels that I realised that I could draw on this personal experience with weight loss to help others. Whilst travelling I had to work in order to support myself and had found through a number of these jobs that I really enjoyed roles where I was able to help others. It was then that it clicked for me that becoming a personal trainer would fulfil the objective of allowing me to help others as well as allowing me to use my personal experience.
I made the decision to return to the UK in 2016 and upon my return I made the decision to join a course to become a qualified personal trainer. It was hard work and required a few sacrifices but it was worth it in the end. I can remember so clearly the day I returned from travelling and wanted to join a gym but was unable to afford the membership 😂
Here I am now, a few years down the line after a lot of hard work (not to mention a global pandemic in between!) with my own studio from which I can train my amazing clients.
Here's to the future and more years of hard work towards one day opening my own gym! I can’t wait.
My Mother always tells me, "Hard work pay's off" Sure it does mum, it sure does ❤️
23 year old asian dude 😂
❤️Australia 2012 ❤️