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Wes has been very good. He brings new, challenging exercises every time which help supplement my own workouts. Also, he has been able to improve my nutrition through knowledgeable advice. I would recommend Wes for beginners who need help getting started and the more experienced seeking advanced workouts.
I have been working with Burke for several years. I have had major back surgery and need to be careful when I exercise. He has done a great job of coming up with creative workouts, challenging sessions that have helped me lose 35 pounds, have great muscle tone and fit into my size 2 pants! (down from a size 12)
Alaina is a very motivational trainer!!! As a first-timer working with a personal trainer, I am continuously impressed with the variety of routines and exercises she custom designs for me. I can honestly say, I am never bored and I've finally been able to change my body and increase my confidence thanks to Alaina. She makes it fun and challenging. I would recommend her style of training for anyone desiring to look good and feel great!
My husband and I have been working with Mike for about a month. He is great! Encouraging with a positive upbeat attitude Mike makes the workout fun.
I started lifting with bobbi from a wheelchair and she has adapted workouts to match my progress. I am now the strongest and most capable I have been in years thanks to bobbis training. I am also a fan of her no bs no excuses attitude, she drives results and I would recommend her to anyone that's ready to take their training seriously!
Randy was an awesome personal trainer and I would recommend him to everyone! I met with him weekly and we would start a new workout every week. I did the routine 3 days a week and a cardio workout twice a week and stayed motivated because of him! My family actually had to force me not to go to the gym so I could give my body a rest. Randy helped me stay motivated and got me into the best shape that I have been in, in a LONG time. Again, he was awesome, super supportive and knowledgeable! Everyone should utilize his knowledge!
When asked about doing the Sifu Challenge... Working out at 5am, 6 days a week, for 8 weeks... the first red flag was 5 AM!!!! I wanted it to be at another time, but then I started thinking "What time would be better?" 6am to 7am, I would have a conflict about 2 days a week. 5pm? I would have a conflict 4 days a week. 5 AM!, I had no conflict, except sleep, and it was way to early to commit. My second thought was imagining what my life would be like without doing the challenge, or with doing the challenge. Without doing the challenge, though I was in what was considered good shape, I wanted to tone up, loose a few pounds, and increase endurance. Being an actor, there is a big difference between being "in shape", and being camera ready in shape. The Sifu Challenge, is what I needed to align with my goals. Looking at my life without the course, nothing would change, I would still have my complaints and unfulfilled goals, and aspirations. With the course I would be in line with how I see myself, and could reach my goals in a short period of time. 5 am, would mean I needed to be up, 3 1/2 hours after going to bed. I made the decision, a no brainer, to join the Challenge, and once that was made, the rest was awesome. There is something very empowering about getting up at 4:25am just for yourself, driving to the school just for yourself, and having a workout session set up and designed just for you, with other people set out to accomplish the same goal. It's like a portal opening up in the universe, for your physical transformation, that then vanishes at 6:15am. We all arrive, workout, and leave in an hour. Sifu pushes you, somewhat, but it really is up to you to push yourself. Results will come with minimal effort, but real breakthroughs come with challenging yourself to make tomorrows reps more than today. Its easy to see results in the melting and sculpting of your body, but it is difficult to know the results strength wise, as you are increasing the number of reps you are doing... i.e. in 2 min. if you do 20 bench presses, of light weight the first week, and you are doing 40 the second with slightly more weight, you still reach a point where you can't do more, and the number what ever it is... is just a number. Muscle confusion, the "Swallow challenge", cardio, and friends. No matter where you are now, out of shape, "in shape", weak or strong... you need to take the challenge! I did, and my life has altered. I just turned 45, and I can honestly say I have more strength, endurance, and physical fitness, then I ever have. I joined the 200 pound bench club, have tons more energy, and can literally feel my body burning at a higher level. sifuferreira.com R C Jones
Colin arrived at the scheduled time. He explained all aspects of the services he would be providing as my Personal trainer. He was extremely cautious about providing exercises which were appropriate for my age (77). I am very pleased with his services and look forward to continuing with him.