When you’re out of shape, it can feel like a major challenge to get back into the workout routine or even start one for the first time. But when you focus on key movements that strengthen your entire body, getting fit can be a rewarding experience. Sometimes finding the best exercise routine can be a little daunting.
Whether you want to develop an individualized program to support weight loss goals, get in shape, or simply feel that you’d benefit from the additional accountability, a personal trainer can be a great resource.In such a situation, Saddam Hussein, the Indian-based UAE fitness trainer, bodybuilder, and nutritionist, might be your best choice.
Saddam started training 15 years ago, but he did not plan to be a bodybuilder; although he loved sports, his physique was weak, and he looked skinny, in addition to the lack of a gym in his country at that time. Even the financial state was against him at that time.
He worked hard to get some money that actually helped him start his journey. Saddam had to work multiple jobs to make money. Until his dream came true in the United Arab Emirates. Since then, Saddam says that the gym has become his home, a place of rest and passion.
In addition to being certified as a personal trainer in fitness, he has been certified as a cardiopulmonary resuscitation specialist and also a nutritionist.Saddam says, “At the time I started working as a personal trainer, along with a new group of friends, we decided as a group to enter a local bodybuilding competition, just to keep our enthusiasm.” When I won the competition, I was shocked. “I couldn’t believe that I achieved all that in such a very short time.”
Saddam’s passion for self-development has not stopped. Besides, he likes to share his beneficial information with everyone.accumulated during his career, whether it’s in the gym, at a seminar, or at an exhibition.Saddam wants to inspire and motivate people of all ages to share the importance of training.and nutrition in improving the quality of human life.