Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.
A. Fitness Management for women and men. This is more than weight loss. A foundation of strength allows the body to move through space with balance and control. Resistance training is key the to becoming strong and maintaining a healthy weight. The best retirement plan? Stay healthy.
Sports Performance for high school and college student athletes. Don't rely on high school coaches to know or understand anything about how to train their athletes. They know why to increase strength, but are clueless how it's done. If you want to increase your playing time, decrease your risk of injury, return from injury, improve your chances of playing at the college level... you better get stronger and faster NOW! My methods have proven effective in nearly all sports at all levels. Youth through Division I.
Q. Describe three recent jobs you've completed.
A. Personal training, female 58 years old.
Personal training, male 40 years old.
Personal training, female 54 years old.
Sports Performance, male, Division 1 football
Sports Performance, female, high school soccer
Sports Performance, male, high school football
Sports Performance, female, Division 1 volleyball.
Sports Performance, female, Division 1 soccer.
Sports Performance, TEAM Men's / Women's soccer NAIA
Sports Performance, female, endurance training Division 1 twirller.
Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A. If you are tired of trying to get in better physical condition by going to an overpopulated and uncomfortable gym, try a private and semi private trainer in their own facitlity. If you are getting bored spending so much time on a treadmill or sick of spinning, try High Intensity Interval Training. You want to improve your strength, stamina and appearance. And until now, you've used every excuse. Isn't time you make the commitment? Make the investment in your health. How you live your life tomorrow depends on the actions you take today. I'm ready to help.
Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?
A. The right trainer for fitness management is ready to develop a program designed to meet your specific needs. Whether your goal is to loose weight (70% is what, when and how much you eat). Or you have reached the conclusion that your lack of strength is putting you at risk of injury or not living an active life (Strong is the new Skinny). You want a trainer that is just as vested in your goal as you are. This is my passion.