Passion and Persistence
When you speak to Khris, you feel his passion and persistence. He has a confidence that benefits the client. He told me that he feels like with the right amount of time and energy, he can fix it all. He can't allow people to fail. He can't allow excuses.It becomes a science project to him. He listens, observes, analyzes, visualizes. He cares. He said if a trainer isn't exhausting all options for you, that's a limitation on your health and you are not a priority, you are a number. It's a big deal that you are trusting him with your body. You shouldn't just believe in your trainer, your trainer should believe in you. Another misconception is that a trainer should be a drill sergeant.It shouldn't be a love/hate relationship. You shouldn't feel like you love the results, but you hate being there. Or you love the idea of it, but you hate the work. You should love what's going on. The happy feeling should be contagious. It may look confusing from the outside. Khris says some people find him intimidating when they observe him from the outside. They see how hard the clients are working and then they also see the high fives and hugs and wonder how the two mesh. But they do. He says he's the opposite of intimidating. He just accepts no excuses. He describes his style as passionate, quiet and engaging.