Ben Hall

Australian fitness professional Ben Hall brings a refreshing approach to his clients. Interested in performance and goals, his real gift lies in his ability to inspire, motivate and set clients intentions. “Developing sustainable healthy habits is the key to living well beyond the gym” says Ben, “and learning where you stand is the launch pad for creating positive change”. Ben has achieved great results for his wide variety of clients working with this holistic approach where the mental and the physical merge.

His qualifications are from the European Institute of Fitness and from his native Australia, but his strategies are universal. With clients all over the world, from Europe, China, Australia and Norway, his clients all agree on one thing: his non stop support. “A fitness plan doesn’t happen in the gym, it’s a way of life”.

“I look forward to meeting you and discussing the best program for your needs. Together we can do this!”.

About Aevi

Aevi comes from the word Ævi, which means a lifetime in Icelandic. In lating, Aevitas means the same thing. Aevi is about having a goal of taking care of yourself, for better health and a stronger body which will last a lifetime. To not loose focus of today’s day and make the journey the goal. That’s a lifestyle that allows celebration without loosing sight of your life’s fitness goals and without negative impact on your health.

Elís Mar Einarsson

My name is Elís, I’m from Iceland and I’m a certified personal trainer from the Academy of Personal Training in Norway – one of the world’s leading education for personal trainers. I’ve also taken the Bayesian Bodybuilding personal trainer course, which is a very scientific driven way to approach training.

My fitness goal is ultimately to grow older without needing assistance to walk and stand up. A more short term goal is to become stronger and to increase my musclemass and to take care of my health. I have periods where I focus on different kind of training and goals, if it’s pure strength, higher intensity or better cardio. Through the years, with the help of training and dieting, I’ve lost around 15-20 kg of weight, then building myself up with around 10-15 kg of muscles. It’s a long journey and I’m enjoying every step of it. I’m never stressed out that I haven’t reached my goals yet as I’m already happy with me as I am.

Training philosophy
Training should be a part of life, and it should make you feel good and not increase stress in your life. Training should have periods of goal oriented training combined with periods of training for play and for the fun of it. The goals can be performance related; how heavy you lift, how fast you run or it can be based on how you look and feel; your weight and fat percentage, how your cloths fit or how well you sleep and your daily energy levels.
Diet philosophy
Having a healthy relationship towards food is important. Food shouldn’t hold you a prisoner and increase stress in your life, while you wonder what to eat and how much. No food should be of limits, and the choices you make reflect your longer term goals and not your temporary feelings. Having a system in place is often what’s keeping you away from the results you are looking for, and making one should be based on your life, your lifestyle and your goals.