In my opinion, personal training should always be aimed at a defined goal, which should be achieved in a certain time. The cooperation is therefore always limited in time.

My claim is that my clients are independent in terms of their fitness after our joint work.
The focus is therefore on learning basic knowledge about sports and nutrition (=principles) as well as the ability to integrate them permanently into everyday life (=habits).


“We are the sum of our actions, and therefore our habits make all the difference.”
– Aristotle

We tend to overestimate the impact of individual events and action, and underestimate the one that our repetitive daily habits have.

The focus of my work is therefore to help my clients develop habits that bring them closer to their fitness goals.
Every behavior is made up of different components. By influencing these components, we can specifically train or un-train habits.


“If you can’t explain it to a six-year-old, you don’t understand it yourself.”
– Albert Einstein

There are countless training methods and plans, but the principles behind them are always the same. If you understand these principles and apply them to yourself, you can design your training to fit your chosen lifestyle, not the other way around.

Therefore, I see my job as imparting fundamental knowledge to my clients, enabling them to achieve their fitness goals on their own, at any time and even under changing circumstances.