We get you stronger more then you think
Muscle: Scott has been helping clients get stronger, fitter, and faster for over 25 years. He has worked with individuals from many different life paths like golfers, doctors, tennis players, and rugby players. At London, he works with anyone looking to get healthier and stronger. Fitness, health, exercise, and sharing them with others, are Scott’s passions, so all that he needs his clients to bring is a desire to learn and grow.
No matter who you are, Scott can help get you stronger, physically and mentally; being strong and physically fit is essential for everyone, especially as we age. If we don’t take care of ourselves as we age and use our physical abilities, we will lose them. Keeping active, strong, and fit as you age keeps fat off the body, your bones strong, and a younger appearance. Exercising and training will also work to alleviate aches and pains as you gain strength and muscle and reduce fat. Feeling physically strong and powerful will also allow you to feel mentally strong and powerful.
Here’s what to expect if you work with Scott:
- Getting stronger than you even think is possible
- A personalised training program for your needs
- Gaining lean muscle and losing fat
- Reducing your body fat to 10%
- Knowing the best exercises for keeping you strong
- Being coached beyond your limits
- Learning new exercises every session
There are many common myths about getting stronger. Many associate strength with getting big and bulky instead of gaining lean muscle tissue. This can take up to 12 weeks or more. One myth about gaining strength is that when you get bigger muscles, they turn into fat. Another common myth about gaining strength is that if you don’t keep strong, you will lose what you gain and if eat same food and do less exercise you may gain fat if you do no exercising and over eating. Women can get big when they lift weights, but since they have 10x less testosterone than men, it is nearly impossible for them to get big and bulky. What happens is that they feel stronger, get lean, and thus see more muscle tone if their body fat is lower than 20%.
There are many benefits of getting stronger. For one, stronger bones can help you have a more defined physique. Stronger bones can also boost your metabolism, meaning your body can still burn fat even while it’s resting. Strong muscles, tendons, and ligaments are less likely to break down under stress and are therefore less likely to be injured. Getting stronger means that you are lowering body fat in your abs, ultimately lowering your risk of injury as you age. Physical fitness also dramatically improves your heart health. Exercising and getting stronger also aids tremendously in mental health; they help reduce stress and anxiety, stimulate brainpower, and increase motivation and livelihood. In life, the more you put in, the more you get out. Invest in your physical (and mental) strength for a long, healthy life.
There are many ways to get stronger. You will first need a carefully and personally designed training program with the best coach. As a London Personal Trainer, Scott works to push you to your limits (in a healthy way) and provides in-depth knowledge to get you to your goals. His invaluable experience in strength training and conditioning assists him in ensuring that you are in the appropriate ‘rep zone,’ using the correct speed of movement, and training with perfect form and technique. Strength training and exercise are integral to living a long and healthy life, but you have to know how to perform them properly to not cause injury.
Scott has been helping keep clients keep strong, fit, and healthy for 22 years. He remains up-to-date with the latest information and has systems that are verified and proven to work. Scott loves his job with a deep passion and is proud of what he gets to do every day; join him in enriching your life with exercise, health, motivation, and pride.
- Heavy gardening, such as digging and shovelling
- Climbing stairs
- Going shopping
- Hillwalking or hiking
- Professional (lifting boxes) or personal (moving furniture) work
- Moving offices or homes
Sports that benefit from strength:
10 Must-Do’s for getting stronger through training:
- Use free weights and compound movements.
- Learn and apply the perfect technique.
- Use a low repetition range.
- Increase the resistance every time you train.
- Limit your training regimen to 5 exercises.
- Use “try and tested” methods.
- Find a program that works best for YOU.
- Consistency. Consistency. Consistency.
- Practice good sleep habits.
- Eat healthy, whole foods.
“I highly recommend Scott, try and you will be satisfied!”
DR. ROBERTO VIEL( plastic surgeon/author)
I have used personal trainers for 15 years, but Scott is the first one to take such a holistic approach. His knowledge derives from years of experience and a dedication to his profession.
Lifting more weight and I have Substantial Increased a muscle and body size
I have been training with Scott for 18 months prior to this for two years since having Scott as my trainer I have excelled in my lifting more weight and I have Substantial Increased a muscle and body size if you are serious about your health and wish to have a personal trainer then I sincerely recommend Scott! But you’ll need to be willing to put up with some pain and Scots sense of humour.
Dr Maurizio Viel (plastic surgeon/author)
Scott has been keeping clients strong for over 22 years Scott has been interested in strength and conditioning for over 31 years If you’re looking to get strong he’s come to the right place Scott has done over 31 courses and been at Personal trainer for 22 years you can get anybody strong if you have the will and determinatio