The origin of my passion for becoming a personal trainer is because when I first grew up I lost both of my grandfathers who I dearly loved. One to diabetes and another to a heart attack and so from early age I was influenced to a mission for health and well being.
Later in life, I worked in property, advertising and sales and had been avid and competitive in karate until reaching the UK squad. Unfortunately, I had a car accident and had severe trauma and injury to my neck and spine due to whiplash. I went to Dr’s, osteopaths, physiotherapists, therapists and chiropractors until I could figure out how to heal my pain and become strong again.
After chiropractic work with a national Canadian ice hockey player, I worked out how to fix my spine and remove pain from my body. During that time I found Arnold Scharznegger’s book on bodybuilding the modern encyclopedia of bodybuilding and focused on every exercise on straightening my back. When I returned to Josh my chiropractor he said that my recovery and muscle mass was phenomenal and so I realised that I had a calling and a passion in the industry of personal training and so my mission in healing and empowering others began.