There’s a lot of noise out there in the fitness world. All of that noise can be intimidating and discouraging. My goal is to cut through the noise and focus on what is important for you.
I’ll cut the clutter so you can take control!
Read more → My approach to fitness
What you can get from a training package
I offer 5-session and 10-session packages to help get you going. Here are some of the things that you can get from a training package.
- An easy to follow strength training routine that you can do on your own.
- An approach to fitness that is inline with the desires of your doctor. Don’t hesitate to have your doctor, physical therapist, or coach give me a call to discuss your needs. I’ll make sure the program that we set up for you fits those needs.
- A simplified review of your current diet with realistic tips to get you eating healthier. → Nutrition
- Learn how to use a heart rate monitor. → Heart Rate Training
- An understanding of interval training with or without a heart rate monitor. → Interval Training
- A no-frills method to track your progress in strength, weight, and body composition. → Using body composition
- A workable weekly exercise plan including weights, cardio, and your favorite group fitness classes. → Weekly Plan
- A bare-bones priorities card to cut out the noise and keep you focused.
When the Package is done
- You can decide if you want to continue training with me on an ongoing basis. → After the package.
- It can be difficult to adjust the intensity of your workouts appropriately. Often, people don’t push themselves enough and need that extra push. Taken too far, the body can be pushed too hard without being given enough time to recover. That can lead to overtraining. → Overtraining
Are you ready to schedule a session?
Scheduling the first session is easy! You are welcome to call or e-mail me to find a time. Or you can use my online calendar:
To start, we’ll keep the weights fairly light. Still, you may experience muscle soreness which is a sign that you’ve challenged the muscles in a way that will force them to adapt. But, it doesn’t have to have a negative effect on your life away from the gym. Remember, exercise to live don’t live to exercise.