Adelaide McMillan Fitness, LLC
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I have had a bad gait for over 20 yrs, due to a high speed bike crash. I've had a lot of PT over the years to try and fix it, with very limited results. Adelaide, started working with me 6 months ago, and 3 months into it, my gait had improved by 85%. Although that sounds amazing, it's not the amazing part. What's amazing about Adelaide's knowledge and skill is that, 2 months ago she adjusted my rotator cuff...My rotator cuff, no less. And instantly, my gait became perfect! After that, my gait has stopped regressing as much between sessions, to the point where it's getting hard to see ANY regression. Adelaide explained the physiological reasons, how adjusting my shoulder produced the result in my gait. She's not your typical trainer. She understands the body and how to help you get the most out of yours and how to help you feel your best. She is amazing!Jul 30, 2014
I started working with Adelaide 6 months after back surgery. Adelaide developed a program that allowed me to start slowly yet improve my balance and strength. I did not experience any pain. Whenever I would see Adelaide at the gym she would check in with me.Jul 24, 2014
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My pricing is hourly ($60+tax) , 45 minutes ($45+tax) or half hour ($35+tax).
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?A trainer who is not willing to comp your first session is not worth hiring. It's like taking a car for a test drive :-)
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?I wish customers knew that certification/education make a huge difference in the quality of training. It is worth paying a little bit more money to train with someone who is certified through the American Council on Exercise, the American College of Sports Medicine and a couple other certifying agencies.