TMAM Episode 31 - Trim the fat. Keep it simple.


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Mets and Julius catch up and discuss keeping it simple, keeping it raw, the importance of discipline and current issues in the fitness industry. This is a raw episode where they chat openly, be themselves and keep it real. Mets chats about how his 20 years experience has helped him to know how to help people and help them make long lasting and maintainable results. [0.30] Julius talks about how working in Titan has given him purpose and the importance of positively affecting people. [3.30] Mistakes and malfunctions happen so you need to learn from them and adapt. [5.30] “What I love is the story behind the person I’m training” there’s a common goal here in Titan Fitness, we’re doing something no other gym is doing. We’re covering more than just training and nutrition. [8.03] Discipline and the importance of it for success. [9.20] Mets talks about why the challenges here are different from other challenges and why we here at Titan Fitness want to be different and what sets us apart. [11.00] The importance of keeping it simple when it comes to training. Making sure that the workout is effective, not complicated and risk injury. [12.13] Mets & Julius discuss lack of nutrition education and fad diets and that there is no one size fits all its important to find what suits an individual [14.40] Capturing the story is most important then amazing graphics when it comes to video. The story is what everyone wants to know, so trip the fat and keep it relevant. Don’t over complicate. [16.45] People overcomplicate things and aren’t being effient. Discipline is key to reach your goals. Subscribe to the TMAM Podcast on iTunes & Sound Cloud You can find Mets on the following platforms: Instagram: @titanmets and @titanfitness_au Facebook: LinkedIn:

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