This is me

Hello and welcome! – I’m Cleto "Clay" Tirabassi, ISSA-certified Master Fitness Trainer – and a huge fan of holistic, sustainable health and fitness.

I'm blessed to have a wonderful wife and two fabulous daughters. They are my rock.

I’ve been a devoted lifelong enthusiast of fitness – a love which began when I was just 4 years old! True story :)

However, back to the present. (If you're curious, there's more about that here.)
I enjoy doing lots of things from auto-repair to baking – and a whole lot in between.

But what I love most, is taking the time to engage with people (like 'Al') who are trying to achieve the same lifestyle successes I have – to understand their obstacles, and to help them devise realistic strategies to achieve the best possible outcomes.

(I’m pleased that the kind of support I provide, is reflected in their appreciation.)

My point-of-departure is outwardly and integrated, meaning I see wellness is a state-of-being, not a band-aid.

Yes, it starts with the individual. From within.

Lasting change for long-term wellness (or well-being) depends on how grounded, empathic and success-minded you are – not on some fitness ‘secret’, the next fad or a clever smartphone app or device.

That's why I embrace the mental, spiritual and physical dimensions of human existence together.

I don't believe you can have any 1, if you're neglecting the other 2.

But enough about me, let's look at why you might be here…

Could this be you?

  • You're tired and frustrated with being out-of-shape.

  • You've attempted a few different 'things' along the way, but fallen short.

  • Your time is limited, so you usually answer to other ‘more pressing’ engagements.

  • You're mindful of the likely medical burden and costs that await, if you continue your current course.

  • You really want change, but at the same time you're a slave to procrastination because, well...

  • The fitness industry also has you overwhelmed, confused and skeptical. What should you do? Where should you start? Who should you trust?

    You might just be using this 'predicament' as justification for not taking action – and so the cycle of inaction continues.

    How do you break it?

If any of this resonates with you…