TEEN NUTRITION AND TRAINING
As a teenager, you’re going through some of the most important years of your life. Your body is growing and changing, and you’re learning more about who you are and what you want to do with your life. It’s normal to feel a little overwhelmed at times. But it’s also important to take care of yourself during this time, both physically and mentally.
That’s when Teen Nutrition and Training steps in. We’re here to assist you learn how to get started (and keep) on a training program, as well as how to incorporate essential nutrition and long-term habits for your health and physical fitness, while also making healthy decisions that suit your lifestyle. In addition, we incorporate positive practices into the program to improve mental health, which in turn impacts overall physical fitness and health.
At Limitless Gym Hong Kong, we understand that not all teens are the same. We provide a variety of services to match your unique needs, such as one-on-one instruction, sport-specific coaching, or additional information on our Functional Medicine with Fitness integration. Our mission is to help you in your quest for a productive and healthy life.
Teen Nutrition and Training at Limitless Gym Hong Kong is here to help you thrive during your teenage years. So let’s get started and maintain your physical fitness today!
A MESSAGE FROM THE COACH
“My journey coaching teenagers was challenging but fulfilling. At that age, the amount of discipline they possess and the rate of progression that they make is what we adults dream of.
I have coached teens with all sorts of goals. Notable achievements include: unofficial junior deadlift world record holder and powerlifting champion, international powerlifting competitor, Filipino martial art practitioners and junior basketball players.
With this experience, I was able to facilitate, guide, and cultivate a positive training environment for teenagers aged 13 and above. Given the chance, I would create an atmosphere where they can showcase their full potential during training and continue to improve upon them.”