Health Training for your body & mind to perform as nature intended - contains naturalistic nudity, purely to help men improve physical & mental health.
⚠️ Nudity Warning
This page was written pre Erection Kaizen Training - something that was inspired and started from all the training methods here. However Erection Kaizen makes our erection the sole focus as this also provides great motivation and helps that mind/body connection like nothing else possibly can - trust me!
The following is valuable - however erection Kaizen takes it further and makes the connection between all the health & fitness stuff - straight to the penis ....
...such as this is how with Erection Kaizen I inspire you to eat your greens....
the following was written in 2013. (pre all the wonders of erection kaizen)....
Gay Personal Training is all about making Lifestyle Training Sexy. This is for straight men too. This gives you 5 times the results - by using 5 different aspects.
Just want Specialised Workouts with Exercise only?
Because this training involves less traditionally masculine things that were once something that gay men did more. Now though, all men are more open to trying these different forms of training such as salads, mindfulness and yoga based exercise. (Not that it is yoga based - far from it, but some aspects are similar!)
There can be a sexual aspect to some of my training. This means we can tap into one of your biggest drivers and motivators - your sexual energy, which can be used to get you some great fitness gains and actually make a healthy lifestyle more appealing. Due to an exciting fitness experience we will get to know each other quite well and calling it Gay Personal Training is just so that everyone knows. Not that it makes any difference as I never have sex in any personal training session and train straight men as well as gay men. i just feel it important to be upfront so there is no misunderstanding
We'll use all the five parts of Gay Personal Training to get you the body improvements that you want. This means results 5 times as quick and 5 times as good - as all parts work together to improve your body. Exercise on its will do something - but doing as many of the other parts as possible will help.
Not all parts of my personal training are totally masculine - but they are all something that can benefit us so much. Perhaps it is because I'm gay that I never
had a problem trying them, or maybe it is due to my personality. When I suggest to my male clients that some of these parts can be incorporated into their training plan, I get very mixed reactions, but they're generally met with scepticism. However gay clients seem to be a little more receptive to them, why this is I really don't know - it may just be due to the small selection of people that I train. But what I do know is that all these parts are proven to help and the more you want to try the better the results you get - so whether you are straight, gay or bi it really doesn't matter - just have a go with as many as you can and you'll get some great results.
Gay Personal Training is all about living a good lifestyle. I'll help you fit exercise and healthy living into your everyday life and guarantee you'll love it. It really does enhance and boost any results we get from exercise and ideal if you want to do less exercising.
No part of our body works in isolation and whatever part or aspect of your body you wish to improve the results will be superior if all the processes that support the bodies functions are improved, as they all have a direct or indirect effect
Our whole body is supported by complex processes that are affected by exercise, diet, stress levels and what we consume. In short our lifestyle. If we change to a healthier lifestyle and combine this with exercise – you can be assured that your whole body is working to make you fitter, stronger and healthier than ever.
Results are better when the focus of your training is upon the body, and the individual muscle we are wanting to strengthen, as opposed to the focus being on machines or just completing the exercise. When the focus is solely upon completing an exercise our body can develop cheats to get us there and the muscles that we really want to stimulate, may not be, as the body endeavours to complete the task. Switching focus onto the muscles and stimulating them then becomes the task, and our body will then work to fulfil this. It is for this reason that the personal training I carry out uses no equipment or exercises that are too complicated and therefore risk diverting our focus away from the real task - building and strengthening muscle. The individual muscles that you are wanting to strengthen can be stimulated through a combination of tensing the muscle, using bodyweight as resistance and anything that happens to be around. This makes for a very raw but powerful workout to stimulate the muscles in a variety of ways. If you really cannot complete an exercise due to the muscle failing to be able to do it any more then that really is the best result we could possibly have. It means this muscle has been stimulated and will grow stronger. No equipment encourages creativity. It doesn't matter how your muscles are stimulated - all that matters is that if they are stimulated often enough and to the right intensity they will grow stronger.
It is less about completing the exercise more about stressing the target muscle. This is when we can really shape and strengthen our body how we want to. But in order to really do this well we need to use our mind to stop other muscles helping out and making the target muscle work. This does take practice but at least you know you will get a result.
No equipment also means you have no excuses. The exercises can be done anytime, anywhere - If you have a spare 5 minutes you can do the exercise and stimulate that muscle that you want to strengthen. You can devote a whole period of time to an exercise session - but if you have a busy life - slotting in a few minutes here and there is possible for everyone and is something that you can build into your everyday life - forever!
Probably the most crucial aspect - not only will strong and conditioned muscles help you to look good and become stronger - they really help your health too. Some areas of your body can be trained more for vanity or strength reasons than others, but only to a point. If one part is weaker it may be taking undue strain leading to aches, pains and injury. If we train and condition all areas of your body it will not let you down. There are many different ways that your muscles, tendons and ligaments can be strengthened - all put together can work brilliantly to improve your physique, strength and fitness.
if we neglect our ankle but focus upon building our buttocks there can be an imbalance. Our buttocks and lower back may be able to lift a great weight as can our ankle can when in the practised position. But if we were to over balance, our ankle may need to give additional support out of it's normal range - that it is not use to or and injury may result. It is always good to add a few different exercises into the mix just to ensure our body is adaptable.The classic example is also to over train the chest which can draw shoulders forward. It is therefore important to train opposing muscle groups to help prevent strain, improve posture and improve the overall result.
Less repetition, more difference will give you more of a result, and stop you getting bored!
Only carrying out repetitive exercises are, not always a good
thing. Just running is not always good.It will improve stamina and fitness - but only in the limited ways that running stimulates the body. Muscles and tendons still need to be conditioned out of the normal range that running requires - to help assist the body as much as possible and prevent injury. If muscles, tendons and ligaments are all trained equally
throughout the body they can help out when needed. If when we are running we were to stumble this may take our body out of it;s normal range of motion which if not trained for could result in injury. Running can be the main focus, but it should really be supported with a general fitness workout to train the whole body.
This is what eating your greens can do for you...
Continue your workout in the kitchen or restaurant.
What you eat, and not eat, has such a big impact upon your body. Eating the right foods can enhance everything we do in the gym, but eating the wrong foods may just render your workout ineffective.
Weight loss, is easier to accomplish through diet rather than working out, but both together work brilliantly.
Get it right and you will feel so much better that you wont want to go back to an unhealthy diet, it really does have an influence upon how we feel. Don't lose muscle. If we were to just cut back on calories without proper consideration, there is a chance that muscle can be lost. Eating the right foods, combined with some muscle conditioning will definitely prevent this from happening and ensure you have a good physique.
Eating the right foods will help accelerate your fitness plan and
give better gains. For example sugar or lots of processed food can
cause blood sugar spikes making us feel sluggish. Just eating
slightly differently can prevent this allowing our body to function
more consistently. This in turn helps us be more consistent and focussed upon our health and fitness targets.
There is a combination of foods that really can make us train harder and ensure our muscles are given what they need. The well publicised ones are spinach and beetroot but there are many more that can help us out - ensuring optimum blood flow and fat burning. There is no magic formula to this - just eat a balanced diet with lots more fruit and vegetables. This just happens to be the Mediterranean diet - which is easy enough to do once you decide to do it. It has been proven that eating the right foods can give us a natural glow - and make us more attractive!
This is not as boring as it may sound - possible improvements that are worth keeping in mind, include harder erections and increased libido.
During your training session we can discuss stress/sleep if you feel it may help you. The following explains why it is important.
Sleep is a very underestimated tool in fitness. There is evidence that if we are sleep deprived, we tend to eat more unhealthy foods. If we have exercised and stimulated the muscles to strengthen, this happens when we are resting and sleeping and so we need to give our body adequate time.
More sleep = More Testosterone
More Testosterone = Body Improvements Made Easy
A stressful life can undo a lot of the
good work carried out by practising all the other principles. Instead of concentrating upon maintaining optimum body functions - when we are stressed our body is preparing for danger and therefore focussed upon preserving our life - it is not worried about maintenance.
Our body reacts to Stress by releasing cortisol, a hormone which is really beneficial in short bursts as it raises blood pressure and stops any non essential processes such as reproduction in order that our body is prepared for the stress heading our way.
This is great
for moments when we really need it so that we can run away from an
attacker or danger but not good in the long term, as there is no maintenance being carried out and our body will start falling apart.
Increased stress = increased inflammation
Increased inflammation = increased risk of disease
Train to manage your stress and the rest of your training will reap the rewards. Your body will be able to focus upon maintaining itself, rather than fighting a non existent war.
If we are not in the correct mental state we tend to give up. This is so true for health and fitness training. If we are positive and motivated we tend to exercise more and eat better. If our mind is not in the right place then exercise stops and the healthy eating risks being replaced with chips and sugary chocolate.
Mindfulness even at the start of every session for 1 or 2
minutes helps us tune in to our body and connect with it. Then we can
really get the most out of the workout. Mindfulness at the start of a session
makes it more enjoyable, productive and effective.It allows us to focus upon the actual muscle that we want to strengthen. Total focus upon this muscle when carrying out an exercise is crucial. This ensures that we are working this muscle more than any others. Our body is very clever and will take short cuts to make things easier. if there are other muscles that can help out with the exercise then they will be used, rather than needlessly stressing the target muscle that may struggle to perform the task. yet this is exactly what we want - we need the target muscle to struggle. If it does then this muscle will adapt and improve. When we are tuned in to all parts of our body, we can focus upon the specific muscle that we want to target. It is less about completing the exercise more about stressing the target muscle. This is when we can really shape and strengthen our body how we want to.
You can also use your mind to give your muscles a workout at work or whilst in a traffic jam. You don't need to move - just use your mind and imagine the muscle working. It takes a bit of practice but has been proven to increase strength. This can reduce the time you actually need to spend exercising, More on Using the Power of Your Mind
Mindfulness and even meditation is great for encouraging us to focus upon ourselves, even if we can do it for just 10 minutes a day the rewards can be immense. As well as help with general well being mindfulness has been can will help us remain youthful the science
I specialise in training men purely because there are not many trainers that cater for Men's Health Issues. There are so many personal issues that can affect men but they are rarely spoken about. Yet just like any other part of the body, all areas of the body can be trained to become healthier and stronger. You do not have to be Gay, I train men of any age and from all walks of life.
A gay trainer is no different to any other trainer, but whether you are gay or straight it is important that you feel comfortable with your trainer. Having a gay trainer means you can be uninhibited about trying different things and not being afraid to ask for what you really want to improve.
Naked/Clothed. Straight/Gay Anything Goes - well nearly anything but not everything :)
Post Lockdown that is a good question. Currently it's all change and I no longer have a training facility in London or Bedford! Two options may or may not be possible
So for now the best thing to do is contact me to discuss!