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So what got you interested initially to the Personal Training and the coaching side of things. Was there like someone that you saw was their friend or someone who you looked up to that got you into it or you just sort of really sure I mean. One of the things that happened was my friend was like the one of my best friends actually is the guy who took me to the gym for the first time ever and that kind of sparked the interest where. I was just like doing endless research and say research at first. It's like well. I think what everyone just like reading what he building dot com and then actual like better face information but Slowly I found myself being the one kind of guiding training and then same what I went to university I was kind of being people in jail and giving them ideas and Hinson tips and it calms a spurs in a way. It just came. Naturally I just kind of enjoyed. I enjoy being in a gym. I enjoyed seeing the people progressive gin and it just seemed like a good fit and then in terms of like mentos look of your correa. Who who were the ones that I guess impacted you the greatest on the way coach now and I guess a pave the way and maybe look up to them. Yeah so now that I have got to any big or meet the guy but child polokwane. I've read his books spent that time. Post bodybuilding dot com days on. His website was cold at a time. But I think it's just pull policeman. Yes his normal website and then I think obviously lighter and his career change to the strength since I so yeah like delve deep into what he had to say what was going on with him and then sort of more more recently at Fed Australian Eugene. Teo love his out of way of thinking. I met you on the his mentoring weekend that when he was in Dubai but yeah I'd say those two kind of my biggest too and then the kind of collective of precision nutrition out of Canada like I've been through that kind of education program and what that principles that Web doing things. It's definitely had a big impact on me as well yet. I mean just just watching you from afar like a social media and you can say that you've obviously put yourself through education programs and courses and that was gonna be my next question what what ones obviously have had the beginning. I think you've sort of answered that as precision nutrition. What's what sort of framework do you follow from that of you sort of adopted onto yourself now or do you follow the very much? The structured nutritional protocols and stuff from their causes. Well so what's so great about that? That costs in that way of providing nutrition coaching is. They have lots of avenues to go down. A Stephanie will use in my day today as well like I have clients who do what they call the habit. Basically lifestyle based approach where you know tracking anything but you know trying to get your doing enough activity per week. Protein with every meal not vegetables. It's kind of like big rocks without overwhelming. Anyone I have clients do not have clients like straight up meal plans as much people write them to some clients. It provides that structure that framework. Actually give some of success because it takes thinking out of it right the awards and ties the exact sometimes the last thing you want to give them like the British flexible meal plan. Because they're already got enough going on with work and probably how lies that? Want to be thinking about. Oh how many grams of passed on that Chris. Today so but then I also have people doing flexible dieting thing and enjoying a little bit more all the freedom that that provides so that's kind of what precision nutrition really instills even from the ground up. That number one is just to have lots of tools in a toolbox and don't have have NC Everythi. Everything is a nail. Yeah let's some good advice and what I guess. If you could turn back the clock and give yourself advice in terms of you. Starting a Korea. Would there be anything that you'd should've pass on to yourself. This is a hard question because you obviously learn from a lot of your mistakes and everyone makes them. But it's Iowa the question because it gives insight to to you as a coach but also for other coaches listening. It's you know maybe you'll making those mistakes that might have made and ends up being a good good good framework Voss. Exactly that from I was very much for a while locked into the I. Suppose the extreme side effects pedal dieting Where it was like how much quote unquote junk food macro per day. That was always the challenge is like how crazy can I get with like With be numbers from eating out of his although can what professionals is obviously not particularly optimal. And you don't feel fantastic and I was. Yeah I was for awhile very locked into like it's just you know trying to the right people who are trying to push the cut a whole foods nutrition. Stop things which is equally important to accept. Now that'd be my back. I'll tell myself like you need to look beyond the beyond the macro and beyond that many bams much about the most important factor in a way you need to look at the other side is on top of that as well. Yeah yeah absolutely and we with with that you nutritional approach. I mean just from from afar. An unknown guys have competed. Enough is a competitions but also females as well. I think that if it fits your macro approach especially with the way a lot of people dot can can create a bit of a negative association to food and especially on the mental side of things. How have you found with your dieting preparation the I guess the emotional side of food lancelot intensive if going through that process yourself? Yeah keeps so. You're right actually. Like trying to be super flexible when things are getting tight That depleted is a big mistake for your kind of every year. You know your everyday people just trying to lose a couple of what we maintain what Disney gives currently having an ultra fifty into your nutrition. Time is fine when you got basically you just talk about taste of like Something really palatable. It's just like it's just a trigger and your your So yeah for sure when things get Bapti. I'd get a lot more strict and I actually think mealtime can be perfect because you see the day in day out But in terms emotional relationship food definitely felt that before when I first competed back in twenty sixty seventy remember My kind of rebound off to that. It wasn't horrendous. But it wasn't great in the Ravenous and had no control and I hadn't set myself goals so the curve culmination of factors that made that emotional attachment food. Just like hyper strong and it was I. Was you know buying a pack voyeurs too easy on the way home to read another pack like it was just insane? I think that's something. I done a better job in coming up. My last year in two thousand nine hundred is just having immediately set. Some new goals immediately set some some structure up to kind of alleviate that a little