Coach Spotlight - Jordan Scott



What Does Fitness mean to you?

Fitness has been a huge part of my life, I started playing football at the age of five, was lucky enough to play in professional academies through to the age of 19, I have since played semi professional in two different countries across the world. So, fitness has always been my identity, and has allowed me to create incredible life skills which keep all aspects of my life in check. It is my way to develop mentally and set examples to my family and those around me.

I started my fitness journey at the age of 14, working with professional sport scientists since then before moving into the online coaching space in 2020. Ever since then I have been on a mission to help others improve their health fitness and mindset, as I have seen first hand the immense lessons and impact it can have on all aspects of life.

What do you bring to Physique Academy?

I bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in Health, Fitness and Mindset. I work closely with my own life coach, so I am constantly evolving my own psychological understanding and awareness as well as that of others. I bring over 11 years of experience working with elite sports scientists as an athlete myself, I have 3 years of experience working as a transformation coach. My main area of expertise is Fat loss, Functionality i.e Mobility and Elite level of conditioning mainly running. I also bring a level of understanding around how mental health can play a part in this journey, having been on my own journey battling with my own identity and loss of having left the game of football, I am keen to help others reach their true potential and discover their true authentic identity.

What is your biggest strength as a coach?

My mindset, I have a no-nonsense attitude and like to get it done! I have a great sense of empathy and have a true and deep understanding of people and their emotions. My work ethic, I lead from the front I would never expect a client to do something I wasn’t prepared to do myself.

Why should people join the Physique Academy?

People should join PA as it a brotherhood of good people who have a genuine care and appreciation for the mission, everybody on board wants others to achieve their true potential, not to mention the level of knowledge skills and expertise is insane. The guy’s here care and understand, and we are willing to take you beyond what you ever thought possible it’s a motivating and transcending company ready you take over the industry.

What is your advice for people starting on their fitness journey?

My advice to people starting out would be to invest in a coach, somebody who understands you and your goals, but not only that somebody who cares about you and your goals. Somebody who is passionate about you and your goals, this is going to save you years of frustration. Investing in yourself and learning is the best thing you can do., working with people who are in the position you aspire to be is the biggest hack to learning and implanting = success.

What is the best part about being a coach at Physique Academy?

The best part of being a PA coach is getting to work with inspiring motivated individuals who want to be the best version of themselves, I work with guys all around the world who I can also learn from and this for me is extremely fulfilling knowing I Can play a part in people’s journeys. The team are extremely hard working and understanding and are willing to support and facilitate any learning or help that needs to be given. It’s a wonderful bunch of savages.

What is your favourite style of training?

My favourite style of training is Hybrid, I regularly lift and run 2-3x per week a mixture of high intensity interval running and medium distance tempo running.

How important is routine to you?

Routine and Discipline is important to me as it is the very foundation life is built upon, everything I do is disciplined and with purpose, I have a routine to ensure that I get done what needs to be done. I wouldn’t be who or where I am today if I wasn’t disciplined.

Have you had any setbacks and how did you overcome them?

I have had many setbacks in training and in life, mainly within my career in sport you constantly face setbacks this allows you to grow and learn. It allows you to reflect and come back stronger, I would say the resilience I have built from setbacks is my greatest strength as a human being. In terms of injuries, I have injuries previously, this has allowed me to align my training to my goals and has given me an opportunity to try different methods of training and gauge a real understanding of what I enjoy.


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