My love for boxing started at about 15 watching the likes of Mike Tyson come into a ring and dominate a match, at the peak of his career his fitness and thirst for the sport were inspiring. The sheer power and passion he had for it intrigued me and so I got started and never looked back!
By 19 I was determined to make it in the industry, training fiercely to get to the top all the while my passion growing for the sport. I took inspiration from everyone in the industry constantly developing myself to be a worthy opponent. With each fight I studied my strengths and weakness and progressed until eventually I became British cruiser weight champion 2011.
But it was my passion for training that took me into a new direction as a personal trainer, I got to work on techniques and look at different styles of training. My inspiration came from my boxing and also other trends in fitness, always learning and looking for development to make it new and exciting instead of a chore. When we stop working on ourselves we become stagnant we don’t grow internally, for me fitness is my lifestyle it’s a part of who I am and with my personal training I hope to spread this message.
Training people and engaging with others about exercise is incredibly rewarding, I hope to change perceptions about fitness so we are able to see that it about long term goals, not short term solutions and superficial muscles. Training is all about working on ones self physically and mentally, promoting positive energy and self development.
Boxing like many other sports is a great way to engage a person and requires specific skills which can be built up over time, so it’s a fun and exciting way to train. What sets these workouts apart from other sports is the sheer intensity and full body conditioning achieved from it that you just don’t get with other sports alone. I want to show you all how universal boxing is, all levels of fitness can benefit from it. So what are you waiting for? Come see me!