If there’s anyone who knows the importance of eating a healthy diet, it’s a person who spends the majority of their day weight lifting, lunging, running and star-jumping their way to an ever increasing level of fitness.
Good nutrition is essential for stamina, muscle growth and the efficiency of oxygen flow around the body and yet, according to fitness instructor Nisha Obaidulla, eating disorders run rife in the fitness industry.
“It’s a very secretive disease,” she said. “You would not believe the number of fitness professionals who suffer. I want to spread awareness so people are not afraid to come forward for help.”
Part of being an instructor is being a role model for your client. When you’re telling someone to do a certain...