steveCan you tell me a little bit about yourself?

Hi my name’s Steven Garnett I’m 28 years old and I live in England. I currently work as a gym instructor and personal trainer.

180cm  87kg.

Why did you start working out?

I have always been interested in playing sports, but it wasn’t until I completed my work experience at Fitness First Gym when I decided that it was a career that I wanted to pursue.

One of the main reasons why I started working out was to change myself aesthetically, as I had always been quite small and skinny, as well as to improve my general fitness levels for football.

How long have you been working out?

9 years now.

A lot of people may look at you and think “STEROIDS.” Have you ever experimented with that stuff?

No and I would never due to the health risks.

So, you can get like that naturally?

Most definitely, if you have a good diet and work hard in the gym.

Do you take any supplements?

Just protein shakes occasionally.

How do Ladies react when they see you?

No comment

How has working out changed your life?

It’s changed my whole way of life because I can’t imagine myself not training 5 times a week. It has also given me more energy and confidence.

Is it difficult to maintain such a great physique?

I personally think to maintain my physique is easy but progressing is always much harder than maintaining.

If you could only do 4 exercises for the rest of your life, what would they be?

  • Pull ups
  • Clean and press
  • Squats
  • Burpees

How often do you train?

5/6 times a week including weights and cardio

What do you usually eat?

Fish, chicken, turkey, broccoli, carrots, cabbage, sweet potato, tuna pasta and whole wheat pasta. Oats, weetabix and whole wheat bread.

How many times a day do you eat?  Due to work 3 times a day.

What are you goals?

To increase my strength and endurance, for football, whilst trying to maintain definition.

What advice can you give to those who want a physique like yours?

  • Compound exercises 3 times a week mixed up with isolation exercise and cardio.
  • Variation in your workout is vital.
  • Don’t give up

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