My approach to training is simple. Training should be fun, challenging, inspiring and beneficial to everyday life and movement. Likewise, the same concept applies to nutrition, whereby eating should be enjoyable, energising and simple.
Although a lot of the training I do can be looked at as extreme and very diverse, this is to show that anything is possible as long you dedicate yourself to your goals, train smart and are mentally prepared and conditioned for the challenges. This isn’t to say that this is for everyone, in fact a lot of what I do I wouldn’t personally recommend for 99% of the population.
My philosophy for nutrition doesn’t follow any one system, I simply believe we must eat food for the positive benefits it provides us and therefore makes us feel good internally and externally. I look at all dietary systems as tools, use them all as and when needed to benefit ones health.
Through my own experience of experimenting with various diets and training styles, I have come to the conclusion that everything in life is simple, but only once you have a complete over-standing of a particular subject. Situations where significant evidence and thus knowledge is required, only become difficult when you lack the knowledge of that particular subject area. My aim, as a coach and athlete, is to help others achieve a knowledge base of physical well-being via altering training methods and nutritional lifestyle.
With such knowledge, I hope to empower people with the fundamental knowledge to help them along their own journey mental and physical greatness.