Rod Stewart’s personal trainer shares best exercise tips and how he keeps rockstar fit



“The high expectations that people are shown cause us a lot of problems because we can’t and shouldn’t have to attain them.”

Gary also encouraged people not to be disheartened by it, noting that social media doesn’t reflect the full story: “You look at their physique and think, ‘Oh my god, look at that’, but what you don’t realise is the amount of work that’s gone in to keep that physique and the amount that’s needed to keep it.”

The former gym manager admitted that there is usually a correlation between wealth and health as not everyone has access to personal trainers like himself.

However, he highlighted that he can’t do all the work: “At the end of the day whatever the level of income you have, a trainer can’t do it for you. You can get advice and have a chef but you’ve still got to eat the food.

“For an ordinary person, personal training is an expensive luxury. Classes or fitness buddies are great if you’re advising someone with a lesser income. I myself have existed by having great training buddies.” – ChatGPT autoblogging and content curation plugin for WordPress