After three months working with David, I have signed up for another six. No, I don't have frivolous money to spend; quite simply, he has quickly proven to be an invaluable investment. Just as "July Baby" said it earlier, he is the master of changing bodies (and minds).
David is not your typical trainer, so much so I don't like calling him that. A blend of trainer, wise sage, nutritional spiritualist, anatomical guru-- whatever you call him, he's nothing but down-to-earth, caring, and completely focused and committed to making you the best version of yourself inside and out.
In three months, my body has really changed. My friends, colleagues and family have taken notice. I have referred many people to David based on the results they've seen.
I would even say I work out LESS now. After David honed in on some cardio, weight training and nutritional issues, everything took care of itself- even stubborn complaints I never thought I could change.
It has been such a surprising educational journey with him. I thought I knew a lot; I have been active most of my life and have followed health and nutrition as a hobby. But he takes his mastery of the human body and nutrition to a whole new level. Other "trainers" just don't have the deep, intuitive skill that I have witnessed with David.
I also shared with David a systemic allergy that I had suffered from for over six years- aquagenic pruritus. Doctors and allergists are relatively baffled- no one knows how to recommend finding relief. After a close inspection on my health and nutritional habits he put me on a food plan and within 30 days I had no symptoms, even during the most difficult months, summer. When no doctor was able to help me, David looked at the issue holistically and followed his instincts to a nutritional issue and he was right- thank god.
Above all, David is that person that you will come to for help in one area-- and he will help you-- but he will also open your eyes to things you never knew you needed but, in the end, may have needed more than your original point of action.
Love love LOVE, David!