Why do you do the things you do?
Why do you go to the gym or out for a run?
What’s your passion?
What fuels your fire and ignites your desires?
What drives you to do the things you do, to exercise, to train?
Are you a thrill seeker? Do you become enveloped with depression? Do you wish to lose weight or be able to keep up with your kids at your local parkrun? Would you like to put something back by entering an event and raising money for charity but are scared and excited at the same time when thinking about actually doing it?
Do you have a why?
If you don’t have a ‘WHY’, that reason for doing something, where are you heading? What is it that drives you forwards? How do you know when things are going well, not so well, or when it’s time for a change?
For us, training is part of the journey. We don’t just go to the gym for the sake of going to the gym. The races we enter and events we do are goals to aim for, but it is the journey to get to that point that we enjoy as well.
All too often we see people ticking a box by ‘going to the gym’. It’s something they feel they have to do without really investing strength and willpower into it. We’re not interested in training box tickers. We want people who are passionate about change. Passionate about improving and challenging themselves. People who get up to run in the dark, who turn up at the end of a long hard week and put in the effort, the commitment and the dedication both with us and away from the training sessions with us. That’s the kind of person we want.
Training and conditioning for us, on a personal level, and with the people we train is a journey we thrive on…we invest time, thought, headspace, we dedicate time writing programmes and sessions, we go out and support people on the day of their challenge. We thrive on your efforts and achievements.