A feature story about John was also seen on the online homes of major publications such as Yahoo!Finance, CNBC, Bloomberg Businessweek, Reuters and MarketWatch, among many others.
In The Independent, he was asked for his best tip on health, fitness and nutrition. John remarked “My advice is simple, eat more and get strong. For too long we have tried the starvation and restriction approach, and it simply doesn’t work because it’s too hard. Feed and fuel your body with natural foods and forget about counting calories for a while. When you do this, your energy will soar, your moods will improve and you will feel so much better. By focusing on getting stronger physically you will become mentally stronger too and develop the belief that you have the strength to be and do anything you want.”
John O’Connell has established himself as one of Ireland’s leading health and fitness experts by helping his clients achieve goals they thought were impossible to accomplish.
With an extensive background as a personal trainer in a wide variety of gyms, he has trained thousands of clients and has developed many advanced training programs for gym staff.
He holds a Certificate in Exercise and Health Studies and a Diploma in Neuro-Muscular Therapy and Sports Massage. He is also a licensed Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner. Additionally, he is a Level 2 Internationally Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach through the Poliquin International Certification Program (PICP) and one of Ireland’s few Bio Signature Modulation Practitioners. John is also the best-selling co-author of the fitness book, The Fit Formula, which hit five separate Amazon.com best-seller lists upon publication.
To read the full feature story about John O’Connell, as seen on CNBC, Bloomberg Businessweek, Reuters and others, please visit http://sffitnesscamps.com/
Additional information about O’Connell and his business can be found at www.sffitnesscamps.com
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