About Me

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If you are reading this then thank you. My name is Luke and I Have been a personal trainer for 15+ years and a sports therapist for 2+ years. I also Practice in neuro Linguistic programming, life coaching and im Currently studying hypnosis. I until recently worked for 22 years in the mental health field for the NHS which i have found massively beneficial, But decided it was time to walk a new Path. I have studied the ins and outs of psychology, human behaviour, body language (Non academically) and initially for my own understanding and benefit. why? well heres a little back story. For years I have been battling my demons with anxiety, depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder. They have on times sucked the life out of me and Beaten me. Not just mentally but also physically. In the mornings my mind would tell me not to get up. So, I didn’t. I didn’t want to speak to or interact with anyone. So, I didn’t. I didn’t want to eat or look after myself, so I didn’t. I did nothing to change it so got the same outcomes. Now my days start at 04:00 and are now filled with how I can achieve positives, even within negative situations. How I can breakdown obstacles. How I can adapt and get meaningful results and how my interactions can help and drive others. All of the limiting thoughts from the past may still be there but I no longer see them as a weakness. They are a tool to increase my drive and focus, now I say fuck it I’m doing it anyway. I don’t want to get out bed, But I’m doing it anyway. I don’t want to train today But I’m doing it anyway. Every day I try to study, learn, adapt and better myself as an individual. Am I there yet? No, But I’m fucking doing it anyway. I’m on a journey to fine tune all aspects of myself and my life experiences to follow. My mind fights a war every day, but I fight it every day. Do I just allow myself to take a day off because I’m aching, or my mind is chaotic?  Do I allow myself to just lay around and not do a thing? No, I get back up and go at it again. Why? Because quitting isn’t an option for me anymore.  I’m already on my journey and will never go back. I want to help you to go on yours.


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