|Sunday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Monday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Thursday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Friday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Saturday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
Senior Fitness Ronnie L
About this pro
Ronnie knows her stuff and clearly enjoys what she does! She pushes me just the right amount to really challenge myself, something I have a hard time doing on my own. She pays close attention to form making me feel confident I’m working out safely with minimal chance of injury; another aspect of my training that has been hard for me. The gyms where we train are super clean, with great equipment and a friendly environment. Ronnie has been flexible with my schedule and provides work out ideas/instruction to help keep me on track on off days. Her pricing is more than fair for the high quality of training and useful information she provides! I started with the introductory package and will be signing on for more! Look forward to getting strong and healthy with Ronnie!Jul 11, 2018Verified
Ronnie is a very caring and committed trainer. She texts and emails to keep you focused and on-track. She's extremely punctual and texts if she's going to be even a couple of minutes late. Her cheerful, upbeat attitude is a bonus! Highly recommended!Sep 2, 2017Verified
Ronnie is able to adjust routines when part of the body is causing pain. I always have a good workout even when I am not feeling well. She is very patient!!Jun 11, 2017Verified
Ronnie has been very patient with me. I'm an 81 year old woman who has many unused muscles and a balance problem. Ronnie is patiently working with me to renew my balance and muscle strength.Apr 14, 2016Verified
I started with Ronnie in November 2015 having signed up for twice a week sessions for an initial 8 week period. My 8 weeks ended and I signed up for another 24 weeks with her. Ronnie is very well versed in her profession, not only from a training perspective but also from a nutritional standpoint. Half the battle is eating correctly and at the right levels. She has helped me not only make better choices when it comes to food but has also helped in strengthening my body in my weakest areas. She is also a joy to be around and her energy rubs off on you. Thank you Ronnie!Jan 22, 2016VerifiedRonnie L.'s reply
It's April 2016 now Armineh has lost 10 millimeters of body fat! Woo Hoo! and I must say, her booty looks bold and perky! She's a mom of two BTW.....
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?No complicated pricing... I am more affordable than most trainers, while giving you all the high quality training and value.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes with hands on workshops, blogs, newsletters, and new certifications.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?When I was 41, my right hip and lower back started hurting. It started overnight, as if something had been strained but I hadn’t done anything in particular to hurt myself. My back hurt for weeks, so I finally went to a hip specialist in Beverly Hills – he was touted as one of the best. He told me I had degenerative disc disease. Agh!!! That sounded awful! “Disease!” But he told me most women over 40 got it. I did my homework and found out degenerative disc disease is when the discs that make up your vertebrae dry out and shrink, reducing the space between the discs, often causing pain. It’s a natural part of aging. The “hip specialist” prescribed a choice of either a pain killer, a patch or pills. I asked if there were a way to cure it and he told me it might subside but there was no way to reverse it. Well, I’m not a pill-popper. THAT’S JUST ME. I went to another western Medical Doctor. He suggested pain killers, stretching, and possibly fusing my vertebrae. I did not want surgery to my spine! I asked him “Doctor, if this was your wife, would you advise her to have the operation?" and he said no. Decompression, acupuncture, yoga and four chiropractors later I was worse than before. I gave up. I was at my wit’s end. A friend told me about a chiropractor who would give me a free consultation. I said, “But I've been adjusted, pulled, poked, and rubbed with cold gel followed by ultra sound… nothing has worked!” He said, “Go!” So I went. That chiropractor said it seemed like my problem was more of a quality of life issue, and that I didn’t know how to work-out and stay my active self without pain. So he placed me with a physical therapist and a PERSONAL TRAINER who was a CORRECTIVE EXERCISE SPECIALIST. Guess what happened? I stopped hurting! As we trained for about a year I would read about fitness, working-out, nutrition, anatomy and various ways of training and talk about it with my trainer. She kept telling me that I should become a personal trainer, that that I needed to become a personal trainer. I just laughed. Then about a year later, I woke up one morning and asked myself, “What do I want to do the next 20 years of my life?” I smiled and realized that I wanted to be a personal trainer. So at the ripe age of 46 I studied my brains out and passed my Certifications as fast as I could. I try to help others not only to not hurt, but to feel good, to feel fit, to be healthy and in shape. And, I don’t hurt anymore.