“THE BODY ACHIEVES WHAT THE MIND BELIEVES.”
FROM HUNGARY TO THE NETHERLANDS
When I was 20, I came to the Netherlands from Hungary because I had been offered a job here and decided to use this opportunity to make some other changes as well. It had been a difficult year and perhaps a new environment could help break this too.
Those first two years in the Netherlands proved a tough challenge. I felt lost and became an emotional eater. This caused me to overeat and I ended up 45 pounds overweight. One day I woke up and realized that something had to change. I decided to get up every morning for a run before I headed to work. I also started with home trainings that I found on YouTube. I made a good start with 10 km running per day. My ‘home gym’ consisted of a yoga mat and two kettlebells of 5 kg.
FROM 'HOME GYM' TO REAL GYM
I had also adjusted my diet, but it was not healthy. The low number of calories not only caused fat loss, but also loss of muscle mass. I got sick and tired of being unhappy and sat down with a fitness professional who sorted out the whole fitness thing to me and helped me get a good plan.
FROM GYM TO STAGE
A year of consistent eating and training as a bodybuilder passed. I became more muscular and became addicted to the sport and decided to pick a competition in 2017. It was Juliette Bergman Cup where I placed 3rd. I cannot put in words what I have felt the moment I stepped on stage for the very first time, but it was one of most amazing feeling I have ever experienced. Since then I have competed on several competitions.
What started out as me working on my body became so much more about finding myself again, finding my passion and developing a mental toughness that affects everything I do in my life.
Being grateful for the new life I received from working with a trainer, I become inspired to give people the same gift–help them get into the best shape no matter what their situation.