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Nate

Nate
Nate is highly motivated and determined to do his best in all aspects of fitness. As a passionate learner, he strives to constantly update and equip himself with knowledge about exercise and healthy living.

He believes that leading a healthy lifestyle is integral to everyone. He believes in it so much that he decided to pursue a career in the fitness industry to spread his belief.

Friendly and outgoing, Nate enjoys communicating with people and sharing his experience in fitness, nutrition and living healthily. It is with such fervour that he approaches every client and their fitness ambitions - and helps them on the way to realising those ambitions.

Qualification Highlights
• NCSF Certified (National Council on Strength and Fitness)
• Bachelor of Science in Economic & Finance (SIM - RMIT)
• Diploma in Biotechnology (Temasek Polytechnic)
• Agatsu - Kettlebell Instructor Level 1
• Agatsu - Upperbody & Lowerbody Mobility & Movement Certification
• Mattes Method (A.I.S) Active Isolated Stretching Certification Level 1
• Precision Nutrition Certification Level 1
• PTA Global - Certified Personal Trainer
• GMB (Gold Medal Bodies) Level 1
• EXOS - Phase 1 Mentorship Course


Training Areas
• Resistance Training
• Weight Loss Management
• Strength Training
• Metabolic Conditioning


Personal Interests
Swimming, Basketball, Sprinting, Resistance Training, Reading, Listening to Music, Play Games, Learning


Training Philosophy
Overload on progress. Be better than you were yesterday.




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Think About

Remember to warm up and cool down
Warming up and cooling down is important, they help increase flexibility and also decrease next day soreness.

Treat yourself
When you reach your goals, reward yourself with a spa treatment, a new outfit or even a weekend break.