Natalie Scott…I met her in a car park dressed in rubber

I hooked up with my friend Natalie Scott the other

week. I met her in a car park dressed in
rubber.

This wasn’t some dodgy website meet. We were
both in wetsuits doing some open water
swimming.

Natalie use to be a client of mine. She
should wear a cape with a BIG S on it!

Why?

Not only is she’s is a great trainer, massage
therapist but she also just completed an
Ironman. Thats an amazing 2.4 mile swim, 110
mile bike ride and a icing on the cake…a
full marathon.

Natalie was instrumental in me ‘raising my
game’ as far as doing my first triathlon in
just one phone call.

How?

She gave me a BRUTAL dose of truth 7 weeks
ago.

She said “Russ, sorry but based on the times
you’re giving me you wont finish.” I felt
like someone had dropped a kettlebell on my
head.

That one phone call changed everything. 7
weeks on, unless I get injured, I should come
in well under the cut off time.

The thing is, we don’t like honesty.
Especially when it comes to how we look and
feel. It hurts.

We all know that feeling… Someone says
“You’ve put on some weight.”

It feels like a big kick in the crown jewels.
More often than not we get defensive, try to
laugh it off.

Personally, I use it to put a bit of fire in
my belly. Because you can’t buy health or
weight loss. There are no magic pills. Only
good effective advice and then…

…doing what’s required!

HIIT Training tonight at 8pm Pleshey.

Russell ‘likes being dressed in rubber’ Pearcy

About the Author Russell Pearcy

Russell Pearcy has been working as a health and fitness coach for over 25 years helping men and women who feel tired and washed up get back in shape. Russell has also draws upon his experience as an Ironman triathlete to help coach others through this life changing transformation.