Building a “Jamie Oliver equivalent of women’s health and fitness”, Tim Weeks comes with a wealth of knowledge and fresh attitude towards women's workouts. He puts his unique outlook down…
Building a “Jamie Oliver equivalent of women’s health and fitness”, Tim Weeks comes with a wealth of knowledge and fresh attitude towards women's workouts. He puts his unique outlook down to his experiences in life.
At the age of 17, Tim lost his dad to a heart attack. Following this, he was talent spotted for the Olympics and began competing in the triathlon around the world as a full-time pro. Unfortunately misfortune struck again and just before competing in Athens Tim was involved in a bike crash, leaving him with a broken spine, shattered legs and a broken ankle.
Suffering the loss of his father and the sporting life he loved, Tim decided to undertake a training course and worked his way back to Olympic sport, this time as a coach, helping some of the world’s top athletes. After achieving everything he'd set out to, he decided to focus his attention on making a difference by helping people understand health and fitness in another way. Tim chose to specialise in women's fitness because he felt that there were many layers to what a female goes through compared to the male experience - physiologically, emotionally, hormonally and the pressures that a woman endures within society.
“One in eight women exercise,” Tim tells GTG, but instead of setting out to appeal to those already interested in fitness, his aim is to target the other seven in a bid to get them more active. He set off on a quest to portray exercising as an aspirational lifestyle change, rather than an intense fitness regime.
What’s so unique about Tim is that he applies his knowledge in different ways to change the mindset of women. He draws on women's interests in fashion, beauty and culture to alter women's perception of exercise, making his clients see things differently - from the clothes they choose to the way they approach food.
For Tim, the driving force of his work is to help people achieve something. He takes clients on long-term because it allows him to work towards real change. He builds bonds with them and takes pride in growing with clients through their journey. His mantra is all about just getting on with it. He aims to push boundaries and pushes you to achieve that extra one percent (or 10...) you didn’t know you had.
For enquiries on personal sessions with Tim, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org - all applicants must go through an interview process.
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