When I started to row at the age of ten, people around me said that I was too small, and too fat, and that I would „never ever“ make it to any world championships.
But I learned to grow, to be persistent, and to set my own standards.
In the end, I proved the so called „realists“ wrong.
Your goals may simply be to lose weight, to do training without getting sick or feeling pain, to be able to compete in a race, to win the national championships, or to become the fastest in the world.
Whatever your goals may be, and whatever your current situation is, there probably is a good chance that you will accomplish what want.
It has become my passion, to help people from all walks of life to achieve their goals.
Aram has a reputation for being able to explain complex and complicated things in such a logical way that others understand them almost effortlessly. He is known to have a long term motivational effect on the people he works with.
Aram has helped people from all walks of life to achieve their goals, ranging from high performance athletes qualifying for Olympic Games, to developing young athletes to high performance level, and coaching Masters athletes to victories. Aram has also succesfully worked with non-athletes to create intrinsic motivation.
Part of Aram’s development work with athletes is the rehabilitation of injured rowers, some of it in cooperation with Biorower Rehabilitation Centres.
His greatest asset is his ability to develop athletes, and people in general, strategically on a long term basis from humble beginnings to consistent strength and speed – physically, technically, mentally, and most of all: in terms of attitude towards failing, life and success.