By Guest Blogger David Snively
I’ve been training clients for more than 25 years now, mostly women, and I’ve heard my fair share of workout goals from the opposite sex. For the most part, they are body part related– the eternal quest for thinner thighs, flatter stomachs, and more toned arms, and that has continued till this day. I have learned to listen to their requests, sympathize with body image discontent, and do my best to deliver results. I combine my own agenda as a trainer with 25 years of experience and constant learning, my life experience as a human being, my clients’ goals, and I deliver the very best workout advice I can.
I feel very blessed that I do something in life that I truly love, and I especially love working with women. Being a gay man, I can relate to this whole body image focus. It’s all about big pecs, washboard abs, and nicely shaped buttocks in the “oh so shallow” party scene of the gay world. And yes I was once a “Bad Boy Dancer” at the Leather Ball Circuit Party, Black and Blue weekend. I have since retired from the party scene, it was really never my thing. I married the love of my life, and we have a beautiful two year old daughter via gestational surrogacy. All this information is unrelated to training tips, but it somewhat connects me to woman and their issues, and let’s face it ladies, no one can appreciate you more, or is going to tell you the truth like a gay man. Enough about me, let’s talk about you.