LET'S GET MOVING
MED CHTIOUI - FITNESS COACH
"WHAT SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE TODAY WILL SOON BECOME YOUR WARM-UP"
I started running when I was thirteen. I was immediately intoxicated with a beginner's enthusiasm: the special thrill of physical exertion, and a feeling that my body had limitless energy. I tried to maximise every moment on that first run and then had to hobble around for a week, almost incapable of moving. But once the soreness diminished I was back out there, running again. I was hooked.
As with the acquisition of any skill, there were various stages of involvement, competence and satisfaction. Now that I've been running for over years, and have spent a great deal of time helping others incorporate running into their lives, I see a similar pattern of evolution in just about all runners Progress is a matter of maturing and knowing yourself, one stage logically to the next.
CHOOSE YOUR WORKOUT
Not everyone has the same aspirations. But understanding the experience:
1 How much exercise do you do a day or a week? What kind of exercise do you do?
2 What is your main reason for exercising? Do you enjoy it?
3 If you were told you to do more regular exercise, what would you do?
"In just 6 months of training with Mo I lost 38 pounds"
January 10, 2017
"Reaching my goal of 22% body fat was so easy with Mo"
February 10, 2017
"I crossed the finish line on my first marathon"
March 12, 2016