I had gym issues.
Struggling to manage the 24/7 access me anywhere, anytime work demands with no time for exercise The way I saw it I had two options; 1. end my membership at Joe's, which I wasn't using and continue to fit in a run here & and there and try and make myself do home workouts in between answering emails, calls and driving into the city or 2. call Joe & ask for help.
I chose option 2 & am sooo thankful I did.
Why Tim Herbert is doing the Shitbox Rally?
I lost my mum to Acute Myeloid Lymphoma on the 25th July 2008. She had been in the Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney for 1 month since she had been diagnosed with Cancer. She was 64 years old.
Who are you?
I was born in the south of England to a Geordie mother and a Cockney father, so I'm a bit mixed up. After I left university in the UK I travelled for a while before settling in Manly, I did however end up back in the UK for a period of time before returning here in 2000.
Racing the Planet: Nepal – a 250km self-supported foot race through the Annapurna range of the Himalayas. Competitors carry everything they need for the week in a backpack weighing an average of 10kgs. There were over 200 competitors from 40 countries. I had the privilege of training Gareth Andrews in preparation for this epic endurance race.
Who are you? David Jones
Who do you work for? Baker & McKenzie, an international law firm.
What do you do for a crust? I eat all the rest of the bread, and voila! Crust. Hmm, perhaps not what you were asking? I'm a partner at my law firm, working in the Structured Assets team. Basically means helping people buy and sell large commercial office buildings and Hotels & Resorts around the World, primarily in the Asia Pacific region. To appease my conscience I also help organise various parts of our Pro Bono program, including a service for low-income terminally ill