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


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Mental health habits to promote in your kids

Michael Grose

It seems strange to talk about promoting good mental health in children. Shouldn’t all children naturally have good mental health habits? After all, childhood is supposed to be a pretty relaxed time of life, free from the pressures and stresses that can come hand in hand with adulthood.

Sadly, it doesn’t seem that way. A survey of 10,000 primary-aged students published by Australian academic Michael Bernard in 2007 debunked the myth of childhood being a free and easy time for many kids. He found that 40% of children reported low levels of social and emotional problems; 31% reported feeling very stressed and 20% reported feeling sad or depressed for a week or more.