Max is knowledgeable about nutrition as well as training in cardio and strength. He loves what he does and it shows every time he is coaching you. He will make sure that your fitness goals are met in a safe fun effective way!Dec 7, 2016
I had a great time working with Max. He is an awesome trainer and a great motivator. Very approachable. He knows when to push my workout to the next level. Working out with Max is so much fun. Never a dull moment with him and to me that's the best part - otherwise it will be like a chore.Dec 6, 2016
About this pro
Years in business11
Number of employees1
LocationOcoee, FL 34761
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My prices vary by what my client is looking for. I encourage you to reach out to me and from there, we'll talk and I will give you a competitive rate based on what your specific wants are.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First thing: I get to know you! I learn about your exercise history. What have you tried before? Why didn't it work? I learn about any issues that may limit your ability to exercise. I can and will modify everything to fit you. Tore your rotator cuff? Blew out your knee? Have some fused vertebrae? I can handle all of these things. I learn about your lifestyle: I'll find out what is holding you back and offer "real world" solutions to remove those barriers.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?The single biggest investment I make in my business is my continuing education. I attend conferences, purchase books and courses and anything else that will help me stay current in my industry. I pride myself on being up to date and on the leading edge of my field. I want to be secure in the knowledge that when I tell my client something, it's accurate, true and up to date. Consider this: How can any trainer expect to get amazing results for their clients and do it in a way that has their safety at the forefront if they aren't in tune with the ever changing field of exercise physiology?