Model and personal trainer Roger Frampton is taking a fresh approach to fitness without the use of gyms and weights. His Re-Model-Me personal training has been employed by everyone from designer Patrick Cox to Ryan Barrett as he fronted Versace’s underwear campaign. Roger’s approach is accessible and tailored to each individuals needs and goals without employing fad diets and gimmicks. Craig Palmer spoke with Roger about his philosophy on fitness and his goals for the future in this insightful look into the world of personal fitness.
What advice would you give to someone wanting to embark on a fitness regime that may be daunted by the idea?
The best advice I could give to someone wanting to start any fitness regime would be to not run before they can walk. There is a lot of hype in the media e.g. “Get ripped in 12 weeks”. It is not really like that. It is a journey that never ends. It’s important the individual learns to work with their body.
What is your philosophy on wellness and fitness?
Personally, I am very open-minded, as is our company. People want a simple answer, but there is none, and I believe the day we realize that there is no answer we can actually start to enjoy life more.
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