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The most important element for the right type of client is COACHABILITY.


To be “coachable” means you’re willing to be taught what you need, and implement what you're taught, in order to improve on your weaknesses. It means you’re able to acknowledge your own shortcomings and admitting that you don’t have all the answers, but with the desire to do better and be better. Lastly, it requires that you can leave your ego at the door, have a positive outlook on what’s ahead, and trust in the process with patience.


If this sounds like you, then keep reading to find out if you’d be a good fit to work with me.


This service works best for a particular type of person that ticks 5 or more of the below boxes:


  • My health is a top-3 priority that I will put the time and effort into improving on.

  • I want to improve my health and feel better in my body.

  • I want to start training without getting injured.

  • I want to sleep better and have more energy in the day.

  • I want to get stronger and build some muscle.

  • I want results that I can sustain in the long-term.

  • I want to learn about my body and how to make better decisions for my health, wellbeing and physical & mental performance.

  • I want to improve my relationship with food and break free from the trap of yo-yo dieting.

  • I’ve been working out for ages and am frustrated with my lack of progress.

  • I need help with learning what to eat for my body and my goal.

  • I need help with following a training plan.

  • I need help with motivation and being consistent.


This isn't for everyone, and it's best not to pursue this if you fall under ANY of the following:

  • People who aren't willing to let go of their current limiting beliefs.

  • People who "never have the time" and aren't willing to make time.

  • People who only want a quick-fix crash-diet with no care for the long-term.

  • People who aren’t willing to take action promptly on the guidance provided to them by their coach.

  • People who don’t want to be responsive with feedback and general communication throughout their programme.

  • People who aren’t willing to change their old habits or lifestyle.

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