Opening up about my fears and insecurities.
This isn’t about fitness tips, nutrition advice or a workout to follow.
This is just me, being open and honest about the saddest and hardest parts of my life that I usually don’t share.
I don’t like talking about these things because they are hard, emotional, and personal.
But I share this because I know strength is so much deeper than just physical, and hope that you know your future is worth working for, even though it’s hard.
After my brother died I couldn’t see much point in working to better myself or improve my life, I figured “what’s the point”.
It can feel this way when death hits so close to home.
Just because someone we know dies suddenly and unexpectedly doesn’t mean we will too.
Of course our future is uncertain, but that’s all the more reason to take care of yourself and do the things you know will make you proud.
Getting physically stronger and leaner is uncomfortable, but staying in our comfort zones is even worse.
For me, taking charge of my health and fitness was a life-saver. And being able to share that with others is my passion.
I knew my brother would have been a fitness inspiration to the world as well. We had plans to someday own a gym together.
He is the one who taught me how to be a personal trainer, and he’s also the one that inspired me that I could reach more people if I didn’t just think local – but global. That’s why I started on YouTube and have followed my dreams to train all of you through this amazing online platform.
It was hard for me to get back into personal training after losing him. But standing at that crossroads I knew I could be brave or I could stay a coward for the rest of my life. I was brave, I went forth, and I’m so glad I did.
Be brave – do what you know you’ll be proud of yourself for doing. Even though it’s hard. You can do it.
Love and appreciate you so much.