• I met Andy about 6 moths ago he was running with one of his clients. I saw him running and thought that's what i need someone to train with me and push me and not just tell me what to do but do it with me. When I started to train with Andy I was over weight 120kg have been training with him for 6 months now and have lost 30kg and still going down and feeling great. Andy wrote me a great diet with real food for real people((not a cardboard or starvation diet). His training is great he always changes it but we still work the the same parts his knowledge of the body and how it works is amazing. Andy knows all sorts of way to train in a gym or with out a gym. I highly recommend Andy as a train he is changing me life thanks mate

    Jimmy Gazzar, Client


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Taking it slow

Cameron Rowe

As adults we often set high expectations for ourselves, especially when it comes to learning. Learning is something associated with beginners and kids. Our ego doesn’t like either comparison and we like to feel capable of being able to learn something quickly and easily.

This mindset can be a challenge for instructor and student alike. When learning a new technique or skill set, our ego wants us to learn, conquer and move on. 

We often mistake our ability to do something fast with competency, especially when we look up to our coaches and top athletes who appear to move in a fast, focussed, and masterful manner. Since we want to aspire to their level, we assume that if we can move as they do, then we are one step closer to achieving this. So when we learn a new technique, we have a habit of going too fast, too soon. We believe that if we can do the technique fast, we must be doing it well.

Unfortunately this is far from the truth. From an instructors point of view, it leads to a student's inaccurate duplication of the technique, which then leads to the slow progress in mastering the technique.


About me

I am a creative, energetic, self motivated person who has a strong passion for fitness and healthy living. I really like to help people reach their goals, I love a challenge. Im the type of person who looks at the glass half full rather then half empty. If you are interested in what I can do for you would love to hear from you what have you got to lose?