There is this image of personal trainers that gets perpetuated as a hard ass or drill sergeant type that can be a negative factor in someone’s decision to hire a trainer. Would you agree with that? And if so what have you seen as an effective way of motivating someone, especially someone that really isn’t excited about fitness and exercise?Why did you decide to focus your time and education to working with clients that have gone through weight loss surgery?What would you consider an ideal client for you?From the viewpoint of a personal trainer, what does success mean to you?Most if not all people that have chosen to have bariatric surgery do it for primarily health reasons. In many cases it has been shown to be an effective way to reduce or cure many obesity induced illnesses. Given that the surgery alone can do so much good, what more can exercise contribute to that success?What do you see as some of the biggest exercise challenges facing people coming out of weight loss surgery?What are some habits you see from your successful clients?Having goals surrounding an activity, like training for a marathon, is a great way to make fitness more focused and enjoyable. Yet for a lot of people going through the surgery there really is no activity that they find enjoyable or really want to do. For people like that how do you set meaningful goals?How has the in-body scanner changed how you work with clients?