Who Am I
Some Facts About Me
Ever since I can remember I’ve loved everything to do with fitness. I was virtually kicking a football before I could walk. My teenage years were spent mostly on a track, in the gym, or on a pitch. I play quite a few team sports, including basketball, volleyball and handball and I was fortunate enough in my late teens to play football at a professional level.
My enthusiasm for sports and nutrition inevitably led me to a career in the fitness industry where I gained a few qualifications including level 3 personal trainer certificate and level 3 exercise referral diploma, which allows me to work with people who have conditions like asthma, osteoporosis, obesity, diabetes etc. Always looking to improve my skill set, expertise to better understand and help my clients achieve their fitness goals, I have also completed a level 4 course of lower back pain.
I speak 3 languages fluently which are hungarian, italian and english and my next goal is to learn greek as well. Sometimes clients find it easy to converse in their native language and that is where being fluent in three languages is a bonus!
I constantly challenge myself by taking part in charity runs and signing up to various fitness challenges, that I find specially rewarding due to being able to give back to the community.
My training sessions are constantly varied yet specific to my clients' goals and needs. I use body weight exercises as well as equipments and create fitness and meal plans.
What I Do
Even though I am able to help you with most of your fitness goals, my main passion lays in HIIT (high-intensity-interval-training), interval and strength training.
These training methods are the closest to me and these are the ones that I use on a daily basis to keep myself fit.
I was never really a type of girl that liked doing cardio for hours so decided to give HIIT and interval training a go... and I never looked back. I managed to work harder in a shorter time and felt great afterwards.
The good thing about HIIT that it's a great fat burner due to the exercises used in this training method. You would mainly be using your own body weight but as you progress there will be free weights added to the routines. You could expect lots of jumping moves like, high knees, burpees and frog jumps, as well as isometric exercises like plank or wall sit. It is really a variety of exercises that makes this such great training method.
Even though by doing HIIT you will be already doing some strength training, lifting weights is a must if you want to build muscle or to get your muscles toned. Strength training also has it's benefits, beside getting big and toned muscles. It also helps your bones and joints get stronger and this is why strength training is not only for men!
I am also very keen on 1 to 2 training or couple training, so if you have a partner, wife, husband or a friend who is interested in training with you, bring them along.
I am a qualified low back pain specialist and can help you with the management of low back pain, which is often cause by a with core or bad posture.
First Aid Certificate
Insured Personal Trainer
Level 2 Fitness Instructor Certificate
Level 3 Anatomy & Physiology
Level 3 Exercise & Nutrition
Level 3 Personal Trainer Certificate
Level 3 Exercise Referral Diploma
Level 4 Low Back Pain Specialist
HIIT Workout Specialist
Strength Training Specialist
HFE Accredited Instructor
London Winter 10K Run - 2016 January
Women's 10K Run - 2015 September
Regent Park 10K Races - 2015 September
Bupa London 10K - 2014 May
Bupa London 10K - 2013 May