My Interview & Feature on Totum Fitness
Name: Paul Beaman
Social Media Links: Instagram: paul.beaman
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Certifications: Personal Trainer Level 3, Sports Nutrition, Tennis Coach
Accomplishments: Number 1 Junior National Tennis Player, Traveled to 40 countries, lived in 6. Helping people to achieve results with their bodies are my greatest accomplishments – I love seeing people’s transformations due to the help I have given them
Bio: 29 year old fitness entrepreneur from England – World traveler, fitness addict, nutrition expert, open minded, big thinker, hugely ambitious.
What got you into the fitness industry?
My love of the feeling exercise gave me…and watching my body change and grow – I could choose exactly how I wanted to sculpt my body.
Who were your inspirations when you got started?
Arnold and the classic big names because of what they achieved. They were pioneers.
Who are your inspirations now?
People like Simeon Panda, Lazar Angelov, Ulisses…why? Because they are successful fitness entrepreneurs – they found a way to be a success without being the biggest, strongest etc. They just looked good and used their brains to monetize that.
What is the most under rated exercise to you?
Cables – they are rated highly, but not highly enough – they give a great pump and a great squeeze on the muscle.
What is the most over rated exercise to you?
Just any guy lifting a weight that is too heavy for him. Otherwise, there is no overrated exercise…all exercise is great.
What type of training do you find most effective?
Constantly shocking the body – pyramids, dropsets, supersets, changing routine etc.
Do you recommend any particular supplements or stacks?
Only the ones that actually work – don’t be fooled by clever marketing, do your research.
What three unique tips do you give to those you train or work with?
one – lift light with correct form, two – make every exercise as difficult as possible for yourself, three – ultra slow on the way down of each rep.
What is the difference between an average workout routine and a Great workout routine?
average – you didn’t give it 100%, great – 100% effort!
How do you help develop your client’s self-motivation?
Once they start to see results, this helps to motivate themselves. I focus on getting those results…and quick!!
What are your plans for the future?
To become a fitness entrepreneur and help to inspire, motivate and educate as many people as I can.
If there was a quote to represent your life, what would it be?
“What else could I be doing right now to improve myself and others around me”