About me

I started training and competing in endurance and combat sports in my teenage years and I entered my first gym 10 years ago. Strength training changed my body, and more. The better I looked, the better I felt, in and out of the gym. Life was easier with a six-pack! :-)

I went on to study weight training and physical exercise and I developped methods of strength and cardio training that allowed me to shape up a body that performs as well as it looks.

Today, I would like to share my experience and ever-growing knowledge to help others achieve their fitness goals.



  • Boxing for Fitness
  • Circuit Training
  • Functional Fitness


Education before judgement

Jacqui Louder

One of the most common things we all share is the desire not to be judged without understanding, or an opportunity to educate and explain things to those around us. Yet everyday we all make assumptions without necessarily understanding the potential pitfalls of these assumptions. For example, many of us assume the overweight person cannot control their food consumption, rather than thinking they may have a medical condition dependent on medications that have a side effect of weight gain or leave the person so fatigued they cannot exercise. We assume when we see someone crying they are upset, that a lack of skill means someone isn’t trying, that success means winning, and ignorance means unintelligence.