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Building Resilinece

"Resilience is the ability to withstand difficult situations without giving up...

We all encounter hardship in life, and we all choose to either cope or endure our battles with heartbreak, lose of a loved one, financial trouble and breaches in our mental health.

I have always looked inwards at how I can change myself physically, mentally and emotional when seeking to endure whatever battle I am fighting in life."


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Public Speaking Events

- MY JOURNEY - 2012 -


"I grew up being the only overweight person in my year group. This drew a lot of attention and all of it was unwanted. It made me self-conscious and doubt myself in social situations. In 2012, my dad and I had a heart-to-heart conversation which ultimately ignited a fire within me to seek a better version of myself."

- MY JOURNEY - 2016 -


"Before becoming a Personal Trainer, I spent over 10,000 overs studying a lot of material regarding exercise, nutrition and mindset framing."

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- MY JOURNEY - 2018 -


"I got a scholarship to study Physiotherapy at Brunel and it was one of the most beneficial experiences in my career for diversifying my knowledge regarding exercise science, physiology and client programming."

- MY JOURNEY - 2020 -


"After graduating from university, I put in many hours training and rehabbing clients whilst also continuing to upskill myself. I quickly scaled myself up to become the most renowned and busiest trainer in the North-West London region.  

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"Since 2021, I continually offer my speaking service for corporate events and schools as well as, podcasts. I've been a guest speaker for topics including; exercise, nutrition, mental health, sleep, building resilience and how to start a business."


- Early Life -

Murad was never the popular kid in school. He spent most of his childhood being bullied for being overweight and a refuge. This saddened and depressed him for many years. At the young age of thirteen, Murad managed to lose an impressive ten kilograms - only to gain it back again and some more within a year.  At the same time, his grades began to decline and Murad found himself failing in life.
After failing all but one subject at the end of his 10th Year in High School, Murad decided it was time for ACTION. He secluded himself from his friends, picked up books, and discovered exercise and nutrition. His fitness career began when he lost 13kg within 6 months whilst following the Insanity™ workout program. After realizing he had become too skinny, he began weight training and has never turned his head back since. 
During the summer of 2016, Murad qualified as a Personal Trainer, and in the Summer of 2018, graduated from the University of Brunel with a BSc degree in Physiotherapy. However, his knowledge stems from over 10,000 hours spent studying biomechanics, sports recovery, and advanced nutrition.


- Building Resilience -

Up until the age of fifteen, I was the overweight kid in class whom the other kids used to point and laugh at. This made me sick, sad, and depressed every day and I thought it would plague me for the remainder of my life. After flunking my Year 10 exams, I knew it was time for a major change; I set out on a journey to attain straight A's and to give this fitness thing a real shot!
My journey began with Shaun-T's Insanity Workout Program. Let's just say that was intense! Over the course of 120 days, I managed to lose over 13 kilograms and gain a lot more confidence! For those of you unfamiliar with this program, it consists of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workouts 6 days per week coupled with a complimentary nutrition plan. Quite simply, if you follow the instructions listed in this plan, you can very well expect similar results!
Whilst losing this much weight was an amazing experience, I ended up looking and feeling quite frail. The problem with just doing cardio workouts is that you never gain any strength! On that note, it was time to bulk up! This time around, I followed Sagi Kalev's Body Beast Workout Program. Being fifteen years old, I wasn't allowed to purchase a gym membership so, I took matters into my own hands and built a gym in my home with whatever money and other resources I could get my hands on. 
This lasted me six months before the weights I had were too light for me to lift. Enough was enough, I joined a gym at the age of sixteen - the same one I currently train my clients at. Over the next five years, I would spend 1 - 2 hours each day learning about health and fitness (oh, and studying physiotherapy at university). I learned and applied a lot of what I learned, however, this took a huge toll on my personal relationships.
This obsession with health and fitness damaged my relationship with my parents, brother, and friends. Needless to say, I had an inflated ego when it came to how 'healthy' I was and how unhealthy and unfit everyone else around me was. To no surprise, no one appreciated this attitude and therefore, no one appreciated me!
Whom do I blame for this? Not me. Social Media. Yes, Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tinder, etc. All of these platforms are a leading cause of orthorexia. What is orthorexia? This is the obsession with eating healthy and living a healthy lifestyle. You would think working out and to eat healthily would be a virtue (to an extent - it is) however, once you step over social boundaries, this is where it can reach a toxic level.

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