Here's something interesting that many people don't think about; why aren't strong people always big, and why aren't big people always strong? Doesn't make a lot of sense when you think about it, right? Your whole life you've associated being big with being strong, but have a look at the majority of strong people who can lift a ton of weight like Olympic lifters and powerlifters - they're generally not the biggest, most muscular people. Yet someone who is muscularly huge, like a bodybuilder, isn't generally the strongest person. Why aren't the strongest people generally the most muscular and vice versa? It all comes down to their training.
Amanda loves her health and fitness so much so that she has completed multiple degrees including a Bachelor in Sport and Exercise Science with first class honors, Bachelor of Health Science specialising in Naturopathy, Majoring in Nutritional Medicine and Western Herbal Medicine.
Perfecting his training and diet for over 8 years, he has an obsession for developing the perfect physique. He studied human biology at university, is a personal trainer, and a sports and exercise nutritional advisor.