Personal Training

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Why Personal Training?

It does not matter if you want to lose weight, build lean muscle, or simply want to live a healthier life; a professional personal training program created specifically with you and your needs in mind will take you as far as you want to go.

As a personal trainer I help you define, set and succeed at your specific goals. My job is to motivate, provide direction and give you the tools you need to make lifelong changes. I provide support and advice on issues such as overall fitness, nutrition, and general wellness.

What to expect from a GOOD personal trainer?
  • Individualized training programs – a trainer that has a one-size fits all approach is going to care more about him/her bottom line, than you best for you to reach your goals.

  • Coaching for proper form and technique – not only does this prevent injury, it helps you to maximize the work you are putting into every move.

  • A motivating spirit – there are times when you will need someone to push you beyond your assumed limits and a personal trainer who knows how to motivated you in an appropriate way will be key to getting over those humps.

  • A variety of workouts. I use not one who must use boot camp style workouts at a park in order to help you get to where you want go. I combine kickboxing, TRX, Insanity and strength and toning workouts for a full-range exercises. You will never have the same workout twice.

What occurs during our initial meeting?

Your first meeting with me is extremely important, so come prepared to be open and honest. The meeting will take approximately 60 minutes and will consist of me getting to know you, in terms of your health and wellness goals, your exercise history, as well as your likes and dislikes.

I will then administer a variety of wellness assessments. These assessments are used to establish a baseline for progress for future evaluation. Assessments are also used to gauge your current level of fitness, which will assist me in creating your individualized program. Some of these evaluations include body composition, postural assessments, and/or a strength and flexibility testing.