Andrew Cox, trainer, lifestyle coach and educator says “You are not just what you eat, but what you had to do to eat”. In his recent article, Andrew shares his insights on what it takes to stay healthy and fit. Check out the article below.
Andrew Cox is the Director of training at Joint Dynamics Ltd Hong Kong.
Andrew is a trainer, lifestyle coach and educator in the health and fitness industry who is leading the charge towards a shift from reactive health to proactive health by working comprehensively with individuals, teams and corporations on health, performance and productivity. He is a regular on Radio, and a contributor to publications internationally his area of expertise.
A sort after speaker and educator he presented at 2015 FIBO International Fitness Convention, 2015 International Performance summit in Beijing in conjunction with Chinese Olympic Committee, 2014 & 2013 China Fitness convention, 2012 Asia Fit Conference, the 2011 & 2010 Asia Play conference, as well as being a founding member of the Weston Price foundation in Hong Kong.
Andrew has extensive credentials and experience in training, strength and conditioning, swimming and wellness coaching.
Some of Andrew’s clients include The House of Dancing Water Macau, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Hong Kong Police Department, Talant2 Asia Global Recruitment, Wil’s Gym chain China, Fitness First Platinum Thailand, Singapore & Phillipines, Virgin Active Bangkok & Singapore, Gold’s Gym Saudi Arabia, Four Seasons Hong Kong, Kamalaya Luxury Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa Resort, AmanPulo Luxury Resort Phillipines, Amanoi Luxury Resort Vietnam, World Presidents Organization (WPO) and Young Presidents Organization (YPO).
Andrew is a Fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS), Chek Holistic Lifestyle Coach Level 2; a Master trainer and educator for The National Academy of Sport Medicine (NASM), PTA Global (Faculty member), Powerplate International, ViPR and Freemotion.
Andrew‘s workshops on “Managing Stress and your commitment to activities for optimal performance, exuberance and productivity – Nutrition and exercise” covers the topics of exercise, stress, posture, play, food, time management, recovery, sleep and more. Andrew also carefully tweaks workshops and incorporates questionnaires according to any organization’s needs.