Meet the Founder,
Not everyone wants to put a barbell on their back and squat. Not everyone wants to put their food on a food scale and log it into an application. These can be valuable tools when they are appropriate, but the same approach doesn’t work for everyone. People are different and it’s my job to determine what those differences are and to find an approach that works for you.
I am not here to judge you, I am here to help you. I will listen to what your needs are and help you identify what’s not working and separate that from what is working. I can also beatbox, which my clients have told me is very helpful and soothing.
ETP CLients KICKING ASS
Offering a person-centred approach they provide a service that is customizable, allowing the team to work with each person in a different way. This approach is successful, because it considers each individual’s needs as an important part of the process of achieving a stronger and healthier body.
The aim of the services provided is to help you get stronger and more confident, improving your level of fitness and health in the process. Patrick understands that when you look good, you feel good, which is why he focuses on making people feel better about themselves. As part of the person-centred approach of Eat, Train, Progress, Patrick also focuses on helping people to learn to enjoy physical activity, empower them and ensure that fitness and exercise remain parts of daily life.