GHill: Coach and Cheerleader
My love for watching people become their best self is what motivated me to become a personal trainer” George Hill revealed in a Suite Life SoCal interview with one of Southern California’s local heroes. When he’s not modeling or working on his music career, Hill is helping others overcome their physical and nutritional challenges.
GHill's experience as a promising college athlete taught him the importance of taking care of the physical body, and after he tore his ACL, he had to apply all he had learned to recover. This is where he developed an understanding of the power of the mind. After successfully regaining his strength and recovering, GHill became a certified personal trainer under the American Council on Exercise.
As a personal trainer, GHill has discovered the most significant challenge his clients have is focus. So what's the solution we asked? “It starts with having the mindset that you want to do better,” GHill Explains. The same challenge that GHill faces and every athlete faces happens to be the same for anyone desiring to get healthy. You have to want to be your best.
When asked to reflect on one of his most challenging clients, GHill mentioned the client who needs to change his/her diet and finds it difficult to break bad eating habits has been the most [challenging] client.” All people are challenged with change.” Breaking old habits is difficult for anyone; that's why GHill declared it would take focus and a made-up mind to achieve your fitness goals.
So how does GHill suggest we stay physically fit during the coronavirus quarantine? “This is one of the best times for people to pay attention to their diet. The entire world is focused on health. Why not make this personal and look at your personal health goals?”
While focusing on yourself, GHill shares that planning is essential. GHill helps you plan in all seasons and enables you to execute your plan. That's why personal trainers are important. They are your coach and cheerleader wrapped into one.