Ripping, Pushing, Fighting - My Hard Way to the Top
- Matthias Steiner, a man who never stays down, but always gets up again. He is an expert on self-motivation and focusing on a goal. The basis of his lecture is his Olympic victory in Beijing in 2008.
- He talks about how he always motivates himself to stick to his goal despite many hurdles, how he deals with new challenges and how he finally manages to realize his goal.
- Matthias Steiner knows how to put these experiences from his sporting career into a close context.his athletic career into a close context with the demands of modern professional life. In doing so, he motivates people to consistently tap into their own potential.
The Steiner Principle - From Heavyweight to Feel-good Ego
As an Olympic champion, Matthias weighed 150 kg to be able to compete against the world's elite in the super heavy weight class. After his professional sports career, he no longer needed this "working" weight and so he lost 45 kg within a year. For many people, this was an admirable step because it was difficult to achieve. But even more unimaginable to many is the fact that Matthias has maintained this weight ever since. "It's not hard," Matthias counters, "you just need to know how your metabolism works, which foods are good for you and which are not, what kind of exercise is suitable for you, then anyone can achieve their feel-good weight and feel fit again in everyday life." He has already delighted audiences in more than 70 lectures, which are a kind of reading with entertainment show elements. Even health insurance companies and large corporations, as part of their corporate health management, book the nutrition and fitness expert to teach their customers and employees a more conscious lifestyle in a charming way.