Dean’s journey into the fitness industry started before he could stand.
He seeks to inspire and motivate others through difficult times.
Dean’s mother was a national-level trampolinist and his father her coach, so growing up in and around gymnasiums was the norm. Being a very active child and being encouraged by his family Dean took part in as many sports as possible being addicted to the thrill of achievement and with an ambition of being a rugby player. Having spent some time with Exeter Chiefs youth set-up his smaller size at 15 halted his dream. He turned his attention to the Royal Marines at 16 and spent two years in the corps before a car accident led to his discharge.
The impact. I love the fact that as a decent personal trainer and sports therapist who is focused on his clients and their welfare you can really motivate change and directly impact people’s lives. Going to a trainer and looking for guidance requires faith and trust. Repaying that faith and trust then seeing that person more confident and happy is the most rewarding thing.
My greatest reason for doing what I do is the therapeutic feeling it gives me to help others. Society in modern times has been extremely focused on self-gain and I believe if you aren’t actively trying to improve other people’s lives then your time is wasted.
Since I a boy I have been heavily involved and focused on the typically popular sports; football, rugby, and swimming. Those are talked about enough. As I’ve grown older and picked up knocks along the way I have shifted my attention to other past times; boxing, motorcycles, and a passion for history in the form of books and odd documentaries. Especially Norse history which is my family heritage.
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