When I met Kam, I was 3 months post ACL surgery and barely able to walk properly, I certainly couldn’t fully extend my leg and it continued to swell routinely. My physio was trying to make me do triple jumps and Kam told me to fire him immediately, I did. I’ve never looked back. I realised that my 2 other PTs just weren’t of a comparable level to Kam, so I have now spent over 200 hours training exclusively with him. He truly is in a league of his own. I train with Kam because his knowledge of the human body and how every part of it should function makes him invaluable, he tell immediately exactly what you are doing in a movement and whether or not it is good form or increasing the potential for injury. Kam has rehabbed my knees, my ankles, my back and currently, my rotator cuff. I have never needed a trainer who concentrates on aesthetics, because my main focus is building strength, improving power, increasing endurance, staying injury free, or returning from injury as fast and as proficiently as possible and without Kam, none of that would be possible. We’re not doing it for the “’gram”, we’re doing it for form and function, for life.