G. Tinoco Training
About this pro
I participated in Gilbert's kickboxing classes for several years. Based on the great experience I decided he would be a great addition to my clients workout program. I've never had a better training experience and my clients felt the same way. Gilbert worked every muscle in numerous different ways. In the time we worked together with clients he teaches kickboxing technique on a level that truly improved their self esteem and fitness levels. His routines are very well balanced. Some based primarily in cardio, some in strength, some in balance and core technique, some in flexibility and others that combined them all. The variety made the workouts interesting and challenging. Because Gilbert was monitoring cardio capacity, strength and flexibility client and myself could see the progress from all the work. This was a huge inspiration. During workouts, Gilbert was a source of knowledge on physical therapy, anatomy and workouts. A final note, when Gilbert is doing working out with clients, he stays focused on you. He's not busy chatting with others or looking around the gym. He's a real professional. I highly recommend him!Oct 10, 2015
I have trained with Gilbert at B street boxing for about 2 years. His background in Boxing and Kickboxing helped me take my technique and form into the next level. A mixture of explosive movements and static holds- his classes have made me standing above a pond my own sweat when finished. Always appreciated his stretching routines that I still use on daily basis.Sep 17, 2015
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I have been doing martial arts for seventeen years, teaching for thirteen years. After competing for nine years it was almost natural to go into this field.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Make sure you match up with your trainer to be. Don't get stuck with someone you cant work well with.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?It takes persistence, you get out whatever you put into it.