I am not a health and fitness "expert" and I am definitely not a qualified personal trainer or fitness coach. I am just a normal guy who has gone through my own journey with exercise, gym and getting into shape over the past few years who also happens to be a qualified ICF certified lifestyle coach. It is an area of life I am madly passionate about. I have found regular and consistent exercise to have benefits far surpassing "just" physical health but also to be a source of mental strength and stability flowing through to every single area of my life. This is of course covered under the general concept of Leadership Lifestyle Coaching. However, one of the most common goals and challenges I am asked to help people with is based around getting fitter or healthier through exercise and instilling motivation, discipline and consistency combined with specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time manageable steps to achieve this. I do not tell you what to do in a gym. I do not tell you what or how to eat. I do not "tell" you anything as a coach. However, as a mentor I may suggest certain things with your permission if you ask me for advice. Through Lifestyle Coaching I do facilitate an environment of accountability. I do help you remove doubts and overcome concerns. I do ensure your planning, action steps and objectives are crystal clear. I do enable you to reach a level of self-awareness and self-belief that will get you in the gym or exercising and keep you going back. Destructive habits such as making excuses and procrastinating are formed over time through repetition. Coaching instills new desired habits through a range of techniques and processes and is extremely effective in doing so. Nothing gives me greater pleasure than to be able to apply the principles of ICF Coaching to an area of life that is so close to my heart. There is no such thing as no motivation. Only finding the right motivation for you.