1. Question: Why do you want to help people to have a better life?
I believe very strongly in the words profession and calling. I realized very quickly what I enjoy professionally in life. For this reason I decided to do an apprenticeship as a carpenter, but in the end it wasn’t my calling. From a young age I was very physically active as a dancer and athlete and noticed what a strong impact it has on us humans when we move. And don’t just move, but consciously do something for body and mind. You feel fantastic is balanced, motivated and energetic. All these components were important pillars that I wanted to have in me as continuously as possible and thus my journey into the world of sport and health began. When I turned 18, a lot of people around me started getting sick all the time and getting injured or often felt unmotivated and powerless. Even then I encouraged them to go to the gym, do sports or do something for themselves that nourished them internally and so my calling became tangible for me. And I knew I wanted to help people work on themselves and their fitness.
2. Question: How come you live in Switzerland?
After my one-year stay in Tokyo, I knew that life was getting serious for me. I had to decide which path I wanted to take for myself. So that my dream of becoming a self-employed personal trainer comes true, but I can also find a place for myself in the future that nourishes me and makes me happy. Without having to increase the distance to my family. After thinking about it for a moment, I knew that Switzerland had everything to cover this dream, as well as my interests. So it quickly became clear to me that Switzerland would be my new home.
3. Question: How does personal training work for you?
Usually it’s very simple. The person makes initial contact with me via telephone or e-mail. I then invite the customer to the studio to get an insight into what a personal training studio looks like and how it is equipped. It plays an important role when it comes to setting goals for each customer. This is followed by a discussion in which goals and wishes are defined. If both sides agree and feel comfortable, the free trial training can start. And then the customer can decide whether he wants to start his journey into the world of fitness and health. If this is the case, an individual training and nutrition plan is created. And then it starts…..
4. Question: Which people train with you?
Male and female clients between the ages of 20-79 train with me. Since I have been in the fitness industry for a number of years and have fortunately learned many training methods, this gives me the opportunity to cover a wide range of goals, desires and even age categories.
5. Question: What do you have to bring with you for the training?
Basically, it doesn’t take much, but what it takes is the clear desire to change something. So to speak, the desire for a healthy, fit and vital body and mind. The goal doesn’t even need to be defined, as it will keep adjusting as the process progresses. Which is perfectly fine.