My career started rather unusually.
In 2009 my life changed when my health started to deteriorate, by 2010 I had developed severe M.E. (otherwise know as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and other conditions that forced me to withdraw from university. M.E. is when you feel a deep fatigue, no matter how many hours you sleep, you never wake up feeling energised. Doctors told me I would have it for the rest of my life – that I would never recover.
I refused to accept this and delved into alternative medicine and nutrition. After years of trying numerous methods with little success, I discovered The Phil Parker Institute. I learnt how to re-wire my brain to live a life I love, by harnessing the powerful tools of neuro-linguistic programming, hypnosis and life coaching.
In 3-days I went from barely being able to get out of bed to being a regular crossfitter, adventurer and working internationally. I’ve not looked back and in 2017, I successfully trained for a year to become an Ironman: swimming 2.4 miles, cycling 112 miles and running 22.6 miles in 13 hours 58 minutes.
Now, I’m an amateur endurance triathlete, training an average of 12 hours a week, spending time with family and friends, and loving my work: helping athletes and executives to become the best they can be and achieve their potential.