From having an incredibly fast-acting metabolism to being in the Israeli army, surviving heart surgery and training over 4000 clients worldwide to go after the body of their dreams. Naor Yazdan went from a skinny little guy to a fitness guru known across the world. This guy is the one guy that you want to train you!
Where it started
As a child Yazdan found it hard to gain weight, keep weight and therefor build muscle; at the age of 18, he joined the Israeli military. Being there, helped him get a better insight into the science of the body, nutrition, and fitness. After leaving the army, he ventured into bodybuilding and then formalising his learning to help others by undertaking several professional training certificates. It is his commitment to helping others lead a better life and maintaining a level of fitness that keeps him doing what he does.
Since 2011, he was determined to living a healthier lifestyle and promoting that to all that would listen. Yazdan doesn’t believe in fast fad diets and the latest craze, but in proven methods that work for each individual client. The young boy at 54kg, did grow and become the fitness model/coach/extraordinaire that you see before you. With his knowledge and impeccable people skills, Yazdan branched out and gained a mass network of people wanting to be trained and good friendships within the fitness industry. He has been interviewed from London to L.A. and back to Israel.
Over a decade of success stories, client groups that feel like family and daily access to him, Yazdan still finds time for the pleasures of life- playing with his adopted dogs and loving on his girlfriend.
To achieve this level of success takes skill, a hunger for more and good support. Yazdan maintains a balanced work lifestyle and supports others with his infectious personality, heart-warming smile and gift of teaching. Fitness guru titles are thrown out everywhere, but here, he does the work with you so that you don’t walk this journey alone.
With highs, come lows
At 27, he went for a heart valve replacement surgery. It was a difficult time for all and there were serious scares. Such a surgery takes up to 3 months of recovery and he had to avoid doing the things that he loves- weight lifting. Imagine waking up to life but not truly living and giving your all, when that’s all you’ve done? Small walks every day, with his dogs and loved ones, but no lifting of anything strenuous for the first 6 weeks. A trying time, an unknown time, but he still smiled and kept his spirits up as he worked with clients where possible. He had a successful recovery process and journey back to his former athletic self. He stands as a living testimony that “hard work pays off” and he is stronger than ever.
Looking back on his life, he would tell his 10 -year-old self that “you will be the best”. Having lived the life, walked the walk with others and can now talk the talk with his training program, he knows he can and he will.
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