Specializing in functional fitness, athletic training and weight loss, Nate Luce is a personal trainer and fitness guru who’s dedicated to helping his clients be their physically best. His approach to training relies heavily on the fundamentals of corrective exercise, incorporating movements from the activities of daily life that are unique to each individual. Most importantly, he strives to provide clients with a positive and satisfying experience. His philosophy?
“In society today losing weight isn’t the problem, keeping it off is. Behaviors will change once healthy habits are maintained. I coach for a healthy and fit sustainable lifestyle to achieve quality of life.” Meet Nate Luce:
What made you choose the career you’re in? I found my passion for fitness in high school. I played sports my entire life but was overweight and could not balance my nutrition and exercise in a healthy and effective way.
What do you enjoy most about it? I enjoy changing people’s daily habits and lifestyle. In society today losing weight isn’t the problem, keeping it off is. Behaviors will change once healthy habits are maintained. I coach for a healthy and fit sustainable lifestyle to achieve quality of life.
What is the biggest obstacle that you’ve had to overcome on your path to success? I was taking on too many obstacles as a business owner and I was a control freak. Now I have a team that helps me run my business.
What qualifications are needed to succeed in your industry? Gratitude, empathy, communication, accountability and discipline. Oh yeah and the pointless piece of paper that states you’re a personal trainer.
What daily habits help you stay successful? A morning ritual is crucial. Prepping food before the week, getting enough sleep and staying entirely present.
What advice do you have for someone who is interested in getting into your industry? A trainer should be knowledgeable and have a higher-order of understanding with health-related physical fitness, as well as habits of physical activity and other healthy lifestyles (the process). You should be motivated to be a trainer and carry the lifestyle. Also enthusiastic to learn more about fitness/health.
Connect with Nate via his website: www.truelivingfitness.com