Do you want to lose a few pounds? Be careful what you wish for.
The Fitness The bigot reduced adult men to crying with her tough rules and “sudden attack” exercises.
A size 10 Georgia says, “I had a woman do a quick sprint session. I tried to give up and ended up chasing her at the gym and cried because I was so tough.
“She now has a shirt she’s wearing that says ‘my personal trainer victim’ – take it as a compliment.”
She adds that once she ended up in a man crying because she was pushing him too hard to get in shape.
Georgia recalls: “Another woman ended up crying because the ring was so hard on her abs.
“I knew she could do the exercise and I pushed her to realize she could do it.
She cried in shock at first and claimed she had been in pain for several days but then came back.
“For me, tears can be a breakthrough for a client as they realize their true potential.”
The single mom herself prides herself on a no-cheat plan that sees her check on clients day and night.
She admits that she will randomly FaceTime and asks to see what’s inside their vaults.
If you notice any non-diet-approved snacks, they should be thrown in the trash.
Georgia will also require customers to take time-stamped photos and videos so you can check that they’re doing their workouts properly.
“I insist that people stick to their dietary plans and if they cheat it means more exercise and stricter controls,” she says.
Insist that customers send in a video or photo of their meals and exercise with a timestamp so I know they’ve done their homework
“People can lie while writing their diaries. It’s all well and good to say that you exercised or ate right.
“They have to take pictures of their meals, and I insist they send a video or photo with a timestamp so I know they’ve done their homework and done it right.
“It’s my proven ‘no-cheat’ method and clients are often shocked on the first call, but I don’t soften.
“If they don’t answer, I keep calling. It’s part of the programme.
“I’m FaceTime people from the start and sometimes check in daily. I want them to know I’m friendly but difficult.”
Dumped in case of no-show
Georgia conducts weekly evaluations that it says helps gauge the progress of its clients and shows people that they are getting results.
“I insist they post the same status and photo weekly so I make a proper diary of their success,” she adds.
Georgia takes a no-nonsense approach to customers. If they skip a workout or arrive late to a session, they will be drowned out.
“I’ve had people who are lazy or just undisturbed,” she says.
I refuse to allow people to take a half-enthusiastic approach. It’s about respecting the gym, me, and their bodies.
I refuse to allow people to take a half-enthusiastic approach. It’s about respecting the gym, me, and their bodies
“I had to get rid of a lady who wanted to lose half a stone on her vacation. I realized she was just training with me not doing her homework and eating properly.
“I had to give her up. She understood and admitted that it was all her fault and she praised my approach.
“People know when they sign up with me that I’m strict and strict and I don’t take prisoners.”
Georgia’s methods proved too much for some paying clients who quit on the spot — but others swear by her “move it or lose it” approach.
She says one client, Emma, proudly lost five and a half stones in just six months.
Georgia says, “She gave me a batch of champagne flutes for my 21st birthday.
“People know I’m strict. I tell them you can run but you can’t hide. I will find you and make you do burpees.”