Sport and other activities was definitive in my life since my childhood. I was five years old when my parents enrolled me in swimming and from this day sport defined my life up to the present day. First I swam, then started competing, then at age ten, one physical education teacher began to influence the triathlon (swimming, cycling, and running), duathlon (running, cycling, and running), athletics and road bike racing as well. I competed for more than seven years, where I took part in a number of provincial and national championships with outstanding results. In Duathlon, triathlon and all county races in which I competed, I finished in the top three.
Whilst at secondary school I participated in all running races, track and field competitions. The racing during my childhood was the foundation of the current structure of my body and my muscles. This period taught me how to fight, to overcome challenges. I owe a lot to my parents because sport was considerably important in my life, not just a way of life or a profession, but a passion.
At the age of seventeen I first met with weight training during one of my off season preparations and it became a love of my life and a lifestyle almost immediately. I still remember the feeling when I first stepped into the gym and I held a dumbbell in my hand, “I found my home, this is my world.” This form of exercise absorbed me straight away so much so that I left the sport and stopped competing and I began to dig myself into the world of fitness. It was a completely different and new training method to what I had done before. For financial reasons I did not have a chance to train with a coach/trainer to acquire the correct training technique and understand the importance of nutrition. So I read many articles and books about nutrition and exercise, then held myself under an experiment and test. In the meantime I finished my studies and started to work but the training was constantly part of my life during this time. At the age of twenty-two I moved to England, where I dug myself more into the world of fitness, then I started to seriously consider the quality of nutrition and learned the mysteries of supplementation.
After six years, I moved back home at the age of twenty-eight. Then I started my personal training career and it became a passion. In autumn 2014 I took part in my first fitness competition and I started to work with Zoltan Vegh fitness photographers.
One of the great success of my career was when one of my competitors in 2015 placed third in the World Championship in Dubai organized by the INBA (International Natural Bodybuilding Association).
Whatever I did in my life I have always given 100% in my work and in my training. I like to learn new things and being open to new trends, methods and apply them in my personal training. For me, it is really important of the profession’s credibility, also my skills, my experience to pass it to my clients.
“Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It’s a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing.”
– Muhammad Ali –