An article be Janice Beaumont in the Wentworth Courier 1995
Never have I interviewed anybody wearing just shorts and a Chesty Bonds singlet- but then, I don’t recall interviewing a man with the physique of Dirk Hansen.His pectorals and biceps definitely stand the close-up test.
Dirk opened the door of his \bondi gym, gleaming with the kind of taut fitness that could easily makeothers feel very sad about their bodies.
As a Personal Trainer, Dirk averages “50 kilometres a day walking and running”. That”s five days a week; then I do half that on the weekends,”he said.
Dirk was first heard of some years back when he helped a mutual friend following a triple bypass, then more recently he hs had the spotlight on him as the guy Kate Fischer credits with helping her drop 14kgs and become stronger, fitter and healthier.
On her summer visit back from America, Kate trained regularly with Dirk and was quoted as saying : I plan to become a multimillionaire and when I do, that I’ll bring him over to Las Angeles to train me”.
The low key Dirk Hansen just smiled when reminded of that line. Would he go? No I wouldn’t”” , he said. “I have very good clients here, and I am committed to them.
In fact “some of my clients have become my best friends”. (Dirk is due to attend the wedding of one, now enjoying his desired altered state in time for the big day).
Here is a tough truth as Dirk sees it:
“Anyone who is 10 to 15kgs overweight and say’s they’re happy is lying. I’m sorry.”
The Hansen approach is all about looking at the big picture and reshaping your lifestyle. It is not just about existing on lettuce and exercising naniaacally for say 3 months , and then going back