Welcome to RX2 fitness
Hey I’m Roy,
The guy that looks like a neanderthal, and thinks about nothing else other than Batman, coffee, and fajitas.
I could talk about myself, but in reality that’s not what you’re here for.
You are looking for a sign that I might be the right person to help you.
So let’s talk about you.
If you are reading this looking for guidance, support, and education, then nothing I tell you here can change much.
Certainly not a long list of qualifications, experience, and topless selfies.
The art of helping people achieve incredible and long lasting change comes from getting to understand what makes you want to achieve your fitness and nutrition goals.
I may have helpful information and incredible results with people, but that comes down to caring about YOU.
Your results, your way.
I want to help you understand fitness, nutrition, and overall health so that you can become more confident, assured and super proud within your daily lifestyle
So here’s a task for you.
I want you to imagine what would be THE perfect body be for you would be.
How much energy would you need to enjoy the perfect body?
How do you want to look with that perfect body?
What one thing about the way you look and feel would change to ensure your body was exactly that perfect?
And if you need some help with any of those things and more, then feel free to reach out and I can help you figure out if I am the right person to support you.Read more
“Choosing a coach is a difficult business, that is for sure.
Between the one that promise results, the one that promise you pain & gains… It is difficult to make a fully rational decision, especially if you are looking for that “something extra”.
I have now been working with Roy for three months and I’ve been amazed at how much effort and time Roy has put into helping me out.
I came to him with a 3 year history of chronic sport injury and having a coach that is ready to learn about your problems, the different injuries, how they healed and how they are doing, is making all the difference for me.
I’m glad I found a coach that is as ready to push me beyond what I thought I could do, as well as ready to slow me down to make sure I don’t re-injure myself.
In three months, I’ve gained some strength, my injuries are getting better, I’ve improved my eating, and I’ve even lost some weight.
An all-around winner!
A big thanks to Roy.”
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