Olu Adepitan: Meet sought after London-based nutritionist and fitness expert

Olu Adepitan: Meet sought after London-based nutritionist and fitness expert

- Nigerian-British fitness expert Olu Adepitan has earned a great reputation in the world of fitness

- Not only did he study nutrition and sports sciences in school, he has built a special clientele that trust and recommend his tips to others

- As far as fitness is concerned in London, Adepitan is on top

It’s easy for anyone to claim to be a fitness expert once they can build muscles but only a select few have the knowledge and winning formula that actually shapes body rightly and bring great results. One of such is Olu Adepitan.

The sought after gym trainer was born and raised in east London by Nigerian parents. As a child, Adepitan said that he wanted to be a professional footballer but his parents didn’t want him to be disappointed because only a few make it that far.

Speaking with BXR London, the fitness expert stated that he came into fitness after studying nutrition and sports science. His passion fueled his energy so much that he now has one of the most sought out trainers in London.

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He however had to first go through studying chemistry because his sister persuaded him to do science but all that never deterred him from his true calling - fitness.

Today, he boasts of a versatile fitness class that promotes strength and is much fun for his clients.

Meanwhile, Big Brother Naija 2017 housemate, Ekemini Aniefiok Ekerette, popularly known as Kemen celebrated his 30th birthday on Wednesday, September 25.

In a post on his Instagram page, the former reality TV star revealed that his dream was to get married at 20 and work in a multinational company. The fitness expert said he also hoped to be married at 25, have his last child at 29 and at 30, he would help get his wife’s body back while acting as new lovers.

Sadly, life happened to Kemen, who lost his job three years after his 20th birthday and at 25, he was going through depression and ill health. Thankfully, Kemen found fitness and he confessed that the physical activity changed his life.

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