Losing 20kgs, toning up and becoming a fitter version of yourself is all well and good BUT I am a firm believer in the environment you choose to train in has such a huge impact on how easy your fitness journey becomes.
I’ve been a trainer for some time now and I have been blessed to work at a few different gyms and parks as you do when you’re finding what works for you and your clients.
What has always stood out for me in Rockingham is the foreshore and how beautiful the place is during a sunrise/sunset. I’m consistently being told by new clients that they take the place for granted after having completed a fitness session down there and taking in the surrounds.
Having come over from the Gold Coast QLD a little while ago, one thing that blew me away is a lot of people were talking Rockingham down as a bit of a ‘tough’ area but after spending my first few days around Rockingham Foreshore I instantly felt at home here and thought “Hey why the hell aren’t I training here?”
When I moved over I was training the majority of my clients in Perth for no other reason other than I get a lot of enquiries from weight loss clients who reside there. To be fair there are some really awesome places to train outside up in Perth but the little spot that we train at just opposite Rusticos on Rockingham Foreshore to me is one of the most beautiful spots I have ever been lucky enough to train at.
On top of being blessed to be a trainer at Gold’s Gym Rockingham which is literally a 5 minute walk away, I have the best of both worlds in being able to provide my wonderful clients with so many different variations of exercise in different environments. I mean who wouldn’t want to train here?
I did a post on my Revs Fitness instagram account this morning about how I’m noticing that we’re on our way out of winter and into spring as the sun is starting to pop up earlier and earlier. This morning it set the sky on fire at 6:30am! Compared to a few weeks ago it was only up at around 7:00am.
I have to give enormous amounts of credit to my awesome clients who turn up literally rain, hail or shine to train at Rockingham Bootcamp. I wouldn’t consider myself a typical ‘hardcore’ personal trainer who shouts and carries on to keep his clients accountable so I think it’s safe to assume that they all love where we train and appreciate the atmosphere that is created.
Whether you get the feeling from your personal trainer, the people you are training with, where you are training and even the style of training you are doing, I believe you should always look forward to training and working towards your fitness goal.
So make sure where ever you are training that you thoroughly enjoy being there in that atmosphere!
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