The path from being a sports physician and personal trainer to having my own
fitness and telehealth app
The signs of the times cannot be ignored, for sure. But they can, perhaps, be “retouched”. There’s no going back to the past. It’s more like going back to the future. I know this because I’ve been on this planet for quite some time now.
I had tested my methods on myself for a long time, being very self-critical, before I even thought about revealing them to others. By the way, revealing my methods wasn’t my idea at all. It was of a friend who had wanted to discover the “secrets” of my physical fitness. She felt I did not look anything like my age.
After having many discussions she also “tested” my methods, and then her friends did, and their friends, and so on and so forth. At some point I had to think about which direction I had to take, or rather could take. Should I stay where I am or go public with it? Being public is usually not my thing. I’m more of the shy type. I’m not necessarily the life and soul of the party. I simply tend to be more reserved.
My method has nothing to do with hocus-pocus or any kind of magic. It’s simply the application of a variety of medical insights and personal experiences on the training theories that I have acquired throughout my life, which also include some setbacks.