His coaching philosophy is centred around making small incremental changes that add up to big results. He encourages his clients to establish a long-term vision of their health and fitness priorities. This naturally leads to better choices and sustainable decisions.
He believes that client assessment and consultation are critical components of good coaching. Genetics, age, experience, goals, biomarkers, and functional requirements must be thoroughly assessed. This helps determine appropriate starting points, program design, and the path to future success.
He believes clients need to feel empowered. He arms his clients with knowledge so that they can eventually take responsibility for their own performance and health.
Finally, he’s seen great success with “group-fitness” programs and “individually-designed” fitness programs. He believes that both can be highly effective at creating long-term results. As with many things in fitness, there are pro’s and con’s to each approach. He discusses this in consultation with each client, discovering the correct path for their unique position.