I am a highly motivated individual who is very passionate about transforming people’s lives for the better. I have recently just come back after having two amazing children. Educogym has given me the platform to make a difference in peoples lives and because we do results only it makes my job daily very rewarding. Using the Educogym Model we train the body and the mind. We then can apply the model to your life and your community.
Top Tips 1.Nutrition: Keep it simple, eat close to nature and avoid anything processed. Key to getting into amazing shape is to have a mental blueprint of what you want to achieve. The rest will then just happen. 2.Training: Train with intensity and focus is key to exceptional results. Work on your technique and form to make sure it is 100% correct and then train with the muscle you are working, this requires 100% focus and attention. 3.Motivation: What the mind conceives and believes it will achieve….so think good thoughts, be happy and set exciting goals for you to achieve. Life is for living you only have one so make good use of it….
I am a lively and energetic trainer that looks to get the best out of my clients both in their results and well being, I train with intensity and like to get to know my clients along the way. I like to keep in good mental and physical shape. I like being faced with challenges that I can work on and overcome. Achievements: I have completed two 10k runs and a 80k cycle for three different charities. I have won 3 county titles with The Neale GAA.
- Level 8 Neuromuscular Therapy - Level 5 Gym Instructor/Personal trainer -Level 5 Holistic Massage
Interests & Hobbies: Weight Lifting, Cycling, Soccer and Reading. Top Tips 1.Nutrition: It is very important that you can’t out train a bad diet; always eat in correspondence with your training. 2.Training: Training with intensity and purpose is key; also routine is essential to getting good results. 3.Motivation: Every day you should try be better than you were the day before, Use yourself as competition to move forward.
Started weight training because I got bullied for being skinny Achievements: Current Mr. Ireland
-Personal Trainer -Diet and nutrition Course -Mind Technology
Interests & Hobbies
Playing hurling with Gort seniors; gym, walking in Coole Park.
1.Nutrition: Eat plain whole food. 80/20 rule – life is about balance
2.Training: Nobody is going to come and do it for you. It’s about being consistent. Always break your comfort zone.
3.Motivation: What’s your “WHY’? Without a powerful reason why you want to get fit you will always find excuses.
• Competed at both European and International level in Taekwondo, winning numerous medals. • 1 county football title. • Won multiple league and cup titles as well as Individual awards with Athenry soccer.
• Level 5 Gym Instructor/Personal trainer. • Sports Science and Therapy Diploma.
I am a dynamic and meticulous trainer whose focus is training with intensity and getting the most out of every exercise with proper focus and execution. I like to keep attention on the goal when in the gym but keep a light hearted vibe. I try to lead by example as I am very dedicated to my own personal fitness goals, following a strict diet and training program myself. My aim is to help as many people as possible to transform their lives through health and fitness. Top Tips Nutrition: The most important part of a nutrition plan is sustainability, if you can’t stick to it long term, you won’t be able to get results and keep them. Training: The only thing that you want on your mind while training is the task at hand, shut off from everything else, focus on your body and you will be on a different level. Motivation: In a year, you won’t remember every workout and every hard day, they will be insignificant, but you will thank yourself for them. Time will pass regardless, so us it to get closer to your goals.
*Disclaimer – There’s no guarantee of specific results and the results can vary – but with the Educogym™ system and your dedication, the results will speak for themselves!