I started Limit Zero in March of 2010 with the idea of helping people to enjoy exercise so they can then reap the great, ongoing rewards from it. I enjoy challenging myself physically and mentally as often as I can.
I like the thought of ultra-endurance adventures and always set myself goals in this category. Since starting Limit Zero I've completed 7 marathons, 2 x 100km walks for charity, a 24-hour circuit non-stop and the 71km of the Queen Charlotte track non-stop on New Zealand's shortest day of the year 2017. I aim to do at least one charitable fitness event every year.
I used to play rugby in Winter as well as touch rugby and tennis in the Summer, and always have had a desire to push myself and look after my health and fitness for as long as I've known. The more I work in the industry the more I realise how important exercise is in a regular lifestyle to get the very best out of your life. Ideally, I would love to help people feel and act young forever. I see ageing more or less as an option - you can let your body slowly die away or look after it and be fit, strong, healthy and energetic forever.