A snapshot of a day in the life of Train Holistic. Hot off the press, see who I've been hanging out with, talking to, training with and all the published successes in events and competitions.
HAPI FLOW: Life of a biohacker #04
In this series we interview biohackers from around the world, to share their biohacking, quantified self and human performance insights. Jayce is a biohacker from Sydney, Australia. He’s a qualified personal trainer and accredited nutritionist, who’s journey into human optimisation started when he was a competitive Surf Life Saver, where performance was a priority.
Paleo foodies: Featured Foodie
Our interview wasn’t your typical café meeting or conference call. We met on Bondi Beach where Jayce put me through my primal paces and challenged me to a partner workout complete with battle ropes, crawls, sprints and jumps. It was epic! But the best part was working up a hunger and enjoying a post workout primal feast before finally getting back to business. Jayce’s passion for holistic health is infectious.
YAHOO! SPORTS: IS THIS THE FITTEST MAN IN AUSTRALIA?
Jayce Love-Attard now has a right to be counted among the country’s fittest athletes. The diminutive powerhouse took out the inaugural F45 Playoffs at Manly Beach in front of a large crowd.
SPROUT HEALTH: The Sprout spotlight
I’m not exactly sure how I stumbled upon him, but I instantly became obsessed with his shots of super yummy, yet simple whole foods, his awesome strength & flexibility poses and his emphasis on life balance and mindful living. Jayce is a refreshing twist to the usual “gym junkie” dudes we all know too well, who places just as much emphasis on his nutrition and mental state as he does on his physical training.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
SURFING SUPER DOG OZY
Owner Jayce Love, who runs Train Holistic personal training, says he loves to unwind on weekends by taking Ozy down to the Manly beach for a paddlesurf.
THE MIND MUSCLE PROJECT
Episode #48 PODCAST
Jayce the F45 champion is also training to become a Navy Clearance Diver AKA The Australian 'Navy Seals'. One week of training for this guy is bananas.