Meet Nate Kennedy, GRIPT Coach.
To me routine is the back bone of being successful. A routine that consists of the right habits at the right frequency executed week in, week out is what leads to success.
A problem that I experienced during my 20s was that I was on a constant search for fun and stimulation and I believed that it would deliver me satisfaction. The search for that feeling of happiness and fulfilment was misguided – I looked for it in the things that I could buy and it was a life lived with short-term gains, quick fixes, night-clubs and other superficial things that I thought would improve other people’s perception of me.
Meet Mel Bolton, GRIPT Trainer.
The reason I believe people come to GRIPT isn’t for the way it will change the appearance of their abs, their arms or their butt. It’s because they want to find out what they are capable of achieving, they are not satisfied with going with the flow, they want to feel better about themselves – and because they want to build a more satisfying life for themselves.
The point of difference with the Gript coaches is that they genuinely practice what they preach, which I feel is an important factor when directing clients (me) what to do and how to do it. They lead by example and show you the way for what is possible.
GRIPT is like a family.
I genuinely look forward to coming here – they’re so warm and welcoming and so helpful. It’s a great environment. It’s a personal approach and a great place to be.
The thing I love best about GRIPT is that everyone around you is like-minded. They’re not here to be seen. You’re not in an environment where you’re getting judged. It’s friendly. You get welcomed by your name and you know that they care that you’re here.
I consider myself to be a product of GRIPT.
In early 2014, I found myself physically and emotionally at rock bottom leading my way down a dark path. I got to the stage where I would look at myself in the mirror and no longer recognise the person who was staring back at me.