January 27, 2016

DENNIS NEBRICH

 

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Dennis Nebrich is an upcoming bachelor of arts in fitness economy (DHfPG)

Power Plate® basic trainer (Power Plate® germany)

 

Here are TEN questions concerning sports – interview with Dennis Nebrich – for you:

Is there a special event from your childhood related to sports?

When I turned four years old I desired nothing more than playing soccer at a soccer club. And when this wish came true this was one of the most beautiful moments in my childhood.

What was the reason to do some sports?

Because of my parents. My father has been playing soccer and tennis since his childhood. My mother is enthusiastic for practicing pilates and zumba. They have literally infected me.

What’s your favorite sports and why?

Since they established an outdoor locomotor park in Krefeld I’m very enthusiastic for freeletics. The outdoor training and all the possibilites you have with your own body that’s what fascinates me the most.

Where do you get your motivation from?

There are lots of reasons – watching other people doing some sports, the own results and of course, my friends.

Dennis what kind of fitness exercises do you like most?

Those which need the most effort, e. g. the ‘Human Flag’. There’s the saying: ‘You are finished now – later it’s your your warm-up routine.’

How does your current training schedule look like?

If the weather is fine I meet with a group of friends and acquaintances at the Krefelder Stadtwald to do some freeletics almost daily at the locomotor park. On rainy days, as far as my work allows, I go to the fitness center three to four times a week.

How do you feed on?

Due to doing sports I eat much more than one or two years ago, so sometimes I eat 4 – 5 meals a day. I pay attention that during the days I eat meals with carbohydrates and in the evenings I prefer lighter ones.

Three effective tips from you to our readers:

  • You don’t have to outdo anyone only yourself, go and look for your own goals!
  • There will be a reason why you want to change something. Don’t think in the future: ‘‘How it would have been if I had done this or that ?’
  • There are people around everywhere you think similar as you do. It’s not a shame to ask for help if you have some problems.

What are your professional and sporting goals in the future?

My goals are easy to combine. In my job, I’d like to help as many people as possible to reach their wishes and goals and to share my motivation with them. For myself, I’d like to use the chance to improve and to enlarge my sportive limits.

What’s your personal motto?

It’s not important who you were when you fell down, but it’s important who you are after standing up again.