About Kyle Wood
Kyle has been playing around with regular exercise since 2006 when he joined a local gym thanks to a whiley salesperson. That gym membership (that he could barely afford on his measly part-time job at Target) ended up being a catalyst for a huge change in the direction of his life.
Kyle’s teen years involved many nerdy activities such as LAN parties, computer games, Dungeons & Dragons and an affinity with the maths and science fields. After leaving school with strong grades Kyle began a double degree in Mechatronics Engineering and Computer Science.
University life brought on several bad habits which at the time Kyle simply did not recognize as being the cause of his poor energy, yo-yo weight on the scales and back pain. Some example of bad habits where:
- Lack of sleep (going to bed around midnight-1am to get up at 6.30am)
- Way, way to much sitting. At uni, at home, on the train.
- Either a jumbo slurpee from 7-Eleven or a minimum serve of chips from the fish and chips shop 3-4 times per week.
- Regular consumption of energy drinks such as V (thank God they didn’t have the jumbo sizes they have now back then)
However, thanks to Kyle’s regular attendance at his gym, health and fitness were always in the back of his mind. After many years of self-taught research Kyle became a qualified trainer and at that point decided to turn his health around. Dropping from his heaviest weight of 107kg down to a consistent 90kg Kyle flipped his habits on their head. Many of these changes are owed to Mark Sisson.
You will find that Kyle has often ‘been there, done that’ with most diets and workout styles. He has used this vast knowledge to create what he feels is the most effective way to keep healthy and fit with plenty of energy.
On this site you can expect to see some of Kyle’s favourite healthy (and not so healthy) recipes and some great home workouts.
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