Like many workers at The Perfect Workout (together with our CEO), Niraj started as a Personal Trainer in our Newport Beach studio. He shortly grew inside the firm, taking up roles comparable to Facility Manager and now he's Regional Manager of all 11 places within the San Francisco Bay Area. Here is his story…
Niraj graduated from Cal State Fullerton with a level in Kinesiology. He was working as a bodily therapist for a couple of 12 months and a half when he determined to make a profession change and went to culinary faculty.
Despite it being an ideal life expertise, Niraj craved a profession that allowed him a greater work-life steadiness. So, he went again to his kinesiology roots and pursued a path to Personal Training.
When he was launched to The Perfect Workout, he was skeptical however wished to study extra in regards to the technique.
“The message that Matt [Hedman] was conveying was amazing. It really resonated with me. And the workout… The Workout kicked my butt! I was very surprised at how difficult it was.”
After doing extra of his personal analysis across the science behind slow-motion power coaching, he felt prefer it made good sense. Now, six years later Niraj has helped a whole lot of members change their our bodies and lives at The Perfect Workout.
“When I was training at the Newport Beach studio, I worked with a member who was suffering from dystonia, so she could not control her arms. She had a very difficult time doing any type of exercise other than walking. When she came into The Perfect Workout, she had the assumption that this wasn't going to be for her. I told her we can always work around any of the issues we might be dealing with on the machines. And the number one thing that she didn't think that we could overcome is her inability to grasp anything. So, I worked with her to overcome all of her mental and physical hurdles around working out.
Not only was she able to complete the exercises, she had an AHA moment after she left the studio. She mentioned how after the workout, her dystonia was less limiting than it was prior to the workout. She was able to control her upper body. She was crying when she told us this, which were tears of happiness! She was very excited to just see progress in her ability to workout, and with the dystonia itself.”