Personal means personal.
Not everyone needs the same things in a trainer. Some people just want a professional to help them plan their workouts. Others are looking for a little motivation and accountability. There are others who prefer all of their workouts to be supervised. No two people are the same, and no matter where you fall on that spectrum, we can help you out with a program that’s just right for you.
If you’re serious about achieving a health & fitness goal, personal training is the safest, and most effective way to do so.
Each of our programs is designed to meet your individual needs. We take pride in matching you with the right movements, intensity, and training schedule. That means whether you’re a seasoned pro, or brand new to exercise; you’ll get just the right workouts to keep you moving forward.
Our understanding of how exercise affects the body has grown exponentially in recent years. We study constantly to stay up to date on new research. That means you’ll train using the most current methods, backed by a wide body of strength and conditioning research.
Are you ready to reach that goal you’ve been struggling with? Now’s the time. We’re here to help you make it a reality. You’ll still have to put in the work, but as long as you show up to all your workouts, follow directions, and give it your all, you’ll see fantastic results: we promise.
We’ve got your back.
Sticking to your goals is a lot easier with a support system. If you ever have a hard time holding yourself accountable, having a trainer could be just what you need to succeed. Even if you’re a fitness guru or a trainer yourself, it helps to have a pro on your side. We’ll be your coach and guide you on your journey to your ideal level of fitness.
We’ll demystify exercise, giving you the knowledge and skills to optimize your fitness for the rest of your life.
The benefits are outstanding.
It’s no secret that exercise will make you look your best, but some of the greatest benefits don’t show up on a scale or mirror. Working out regularly improves mood and makes you feel more confident; helping you tackle your day to day challenges. After training for a few weeks, you’ll begin to have more energy to do the things that matter to you. You’ll optimize cognitive function, improve mental health, and learn a ton about your body in the process.
Taking the preventative approach is priceless.
Getting proactive about your health now can save you a ton of money in the long run. In the USA, the average cost of diabetes is $7,900 per year. If you think that’s a lot, a heart stent is about $30,000, and a knee replacement is around $49,000. For the most part, all of those can be avoided with a balanced diet and exercise. Personal training costs just a fraction of the health care costs above, and comes with a whole host of other benefits.