Personal Trainers > Harold Lam
You can practise any skill 10 hours a day but if your technique is wrong, then all you become is very good at that skill in the wrong way. Get the fundamentals down and the level of everything you do will rise.
Harold started playing basketball in 1992. Without professional training or coaching and the knowledge of injury prevention, he hurt both his anterior cruciate ligaments a few years later. After that lesson learned, he realised the importance of fundamentals and rehab knowledge – which is why he then pursued advanced studies in personal training, basketball coaching and a post-injury certificate. Having gone through his own unfortunate experience, he become a personal trainer in the hopes of teaching others the safest, most efficient way to achieve their fitness goals and lifestyle.
- Qualification 1 Certificate in Advanced Personal Fitness Trainer (AASFP)
- Qualification 2 Adult CPR Certificate Course (Hong Kong ST. John Ambulance)
Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, I believe I can make it happen.