Have you got any lazy fitness hacks?
Training at home - the majority of my clients are in the living room, two of my clients were too embarrassed to do it at the gym, so that's why they started with me. Most of my home stuff is calisthenics, weight training. It's functional, it's within your whole body, you're not going to injure yourself by having a big weight on one arm and throwing it all over the place — you're training with your own body. For long term results, it's probably safest as well and very easy! And it's just easy to work hard from home. You just need an 8ftx4ft space and you can do anything. I've trained professional wrestlers who are dying by the end of my home workout. Come on guys. Put a t-shirt on. You can relax.
I use a lot of bands, but otherwise I only get three pieces of equipment. I get the bands - light, medium, extra heavy - two kettlebells and then a retractable dumbbell. That's the one where you have 50kg, then you take a plate out and it's 40kg, just one set of dumbbells. Only two of my clients have that and that's because they're strong people.
How do you keep things stylish when you work out?
[in an ad-man voice] Basically, I go to this place called FLANNELS and I get all my outfits... I pretty much do, though! I have a style, I like to always wear one thing that makes you go what - is - that?! Then they walk around two weeks later and everyone's wearing it. Jesus Christ, I'm really just modelling! Have you ever seen an NBA match? Before them, the camera’s always following the players to see what they're wearing - I get that at the gym!
What is your biggest indulgence?
Clothes? Holidays? Are holidays an indulgence? I travel a lot, so holidays don’t seem like such a break. Work is all online, so wherever I am, my schedule remains consistent. When I’m in England, its shopping and dinners — finding new places with Millie is always fun. On weekends I’ll see friends who spend the rest of the week in the office, it's just annoying having to wait...