Q&A With Dave the Trainer – Personal Trainer Tips

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Q&A With Dave the Trainer

Personal Trainer Tips to Help Your Fitness Resolutions

It’s the start of another year and it’s inevitable that a lot of people will be about to embark on fitness resolutions. Because of this I thought it would be a good time to introduce one of the trainers I work with closely at Fitness First Elizabeth Street. Dave is a fantastic trainer with a wealth of knowledge and experience. If you are about to embark on a fitness kick, getting some personal trainer tips and guidance from Dave could be a great way to embark on your fitness journey.

 

Q: How long have you been a PT at Elizabeth Street Fitness First?

A: 5 years (Started December 2012)

 

Q: What is your training philosophy?

A: When it comes to training itself, I believe in creating a balanced plan that allows people to move freely and comfortably for life. Beyond this, I believe everyone is capable of more than they see in themselves, so I set out to inspire them to believe in their own ability so they can live a life where anything is possible.

 

Q: What are you focusing on with your own training and your clients training?

A: I have always focused on mobility and strength as a core part of my own training and my client’s progress. It sets a foundation that allows us to move in anyway we need to, to get the results we want. Recently I have combined this with a mindset approach that allows people to reach for targets that are beyond their perceived limits. This sets us out on a path that means we will do the work required to achieve results that would have gone begging in the past.

 

Q: What is your recommended recovery and maintenance program for yourself and your clients?

A: Having a strong network of experts around you is important. Along with a balanced training plan, it’s invaluable to have people who can either keep your body right, so you can stay consistent, or fix you when you break down. I invest in Chiropractic and Deep tissue massage because this combination keeps me on top of my game physically. I recommend my clients to either or both of these, to keep them together, so we can consistently work through our training plan.  Stress is also a big part of life these days, so I recommend techniques like meditation and mindfulness activities that can alleviate stress.

For more information about Dave (or for more personal trainer tips!), his contact details are below. You can also check out his Instagram and Facebook pages for inspiring posts!

Dave (theTrainer)

On a Mission to Inspire Others to Believe in Themselves, so They Can Live a Life, Where Anything is Possible!

W: www.davethetrainer.net 

E: dave@davethetrainer.net 

L: linkedin.com/in/davethetrainer 

PH: 0410 395 393

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