Wish you lived a more active life?


Listen, we know how Vancouver can be. It's one of those weird places where people give you looks if you DON'T workout all day.

It seems that just about everyone is running around doing fun, active things. Whether it's pick up soccer at the beach or cruising the seawall in the summer. Or heading to the mountains for a winter adventure.

It's one of the main reasons I love this place.
But if you can't keep up, it can leave you feeling cooped up and isolated. 

Don't accept that this is the way it will always be. If you've never been active before, there is nothing stopping you from waking up tomorrow morning and changing your momentum. Even if you're injured, there are ways to train around your injury so you come out stronger in the end. 

I can help you live an active lifestyle, make your body look great, and have you bursting with energy.

And I'm going to do it by showing you how to strength train the right way.

Smart strength training means everything you do in the gym has a reason. You don't have time to waste on fluff exercises so every piece of the plan must be improving a core part of your body. 

The "secret" to smart strength training is (and will always be) rep quality. Everyone says it but few practice it. Rep quality is king. If you use a little less weight and focus on the perfect rep there is very little risk of injury and substantial benefits to preventing injury when you're out living your active life. 

It's so simple but people continue to screw it up because they don't have a momentum based mindset.

If you are gunning for a transformation, what happens if it takes you 2 years instead of 12 weeks. Are the results any different? I can't tell you how many people I've seen do a 12 weeks transformation only to gain EVERY SINGLE POUND back within 4 weeks. How do you think they feel after 2 years of yo-yoing? 

But you're not going to crash and burn because you'll adopt a mindset that respects momentum.

A momentum mindset is a performance mindset. And that's what I train people for - performance. Now don't let that put you off if you've never been an athlete. You're the one that gets to decide what it means to perform.

I bet you'd like to be a little quicker during your pick up soccer games.

Or get a little bounce in your step for your rec basketball league

Or maybe all you want, is to age gracefully without endless bottles of pills.

Well, you can accomplish all of that at the same time with smart strength training.

When people experience their first strength session they are usually surprised. They don't feel out of breathe. They are sweating, but they don't need to take a 3 hour nap. They are energize yet they feel productive, it's that feeling where you know you're getting somewhere and not just getting tired.


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