What qualifications / experience do you have?
I am a sports scientist with a focus on prevention and rehabilitation (graduated from Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz in 2009) and a sports therapist. I am now in my 8th year as a personal trainer and have been able to collect first-class references from business, medicine and healthcare.
In terms of sport, I originally come from paid football (Oberliga in Germany, last stop in the 1. Liga in Luxembourg). Since I could not develop further there I gave up football at the beginning of my studies and concentrated on triathlon and fitness. During my studies, I started 6 years in the Rhineland-Palatinate League, focusing on sprint distance due to my physical constitution.
What is your favorite exercise?
Why does personal training make sense?
There are many reasons for people to work with a PT. I also worked with a personal trainer for a while to develop myself further in boxing and to push the limits of performance. The training was simply much more intensive than alone or in a group. In addition, he has timed towards me (with the most important point for me).
Who is Personal Training for?
As a qualified sports scientist and former competitive athlete, I know the sunny and dark sides of sport. Sport and health are inextricably linked. Exercise is fun – if it is done properly. It becomes wrong and dangerous when excessive ambition is the engine or headless actionism.
How do you keep fit?
Where does your personal training take place?
Do I need my own sports equipment for the PT?
What areas of focus can I focus on at PT?
I actually cover everything in the classic fitness area. Because of the course, the focus is of course on rehabilitation training after injuries. Also triathlon training and boxing.