PAC Lifestyle Fitness
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This pro indicated that they reviewed CDC safety guidelines for COVID-19 and pledged to do the following:
Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Wear masks during the job
Disinfect surfaces touched during the job
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- Keith S.
Hilary is a great personal trainer. I have worked with Hilary for 18 months and he has helped me to reach and maintain my fitness goals. Highly recommend!Dec 11, 2020
- Cherie J.
Passionate about fitness and finds a way to get you motivated. It's just the right kind of tough training needed to make progress.Feb 1, 2021
- Jefferson A.
PAC lifestyle fitness provided a very in-depth and well thought out training program for me that made me enjoy working out again! Very professional and has a great deal of experience. Highly recommend!Feb 1, 2021
- Sara B.
Great trainer! Hilary really knows his stuff; he keeps the workouts interesting and effective. Been training with him for a while and am excited by the results in both weight loss and strength gain.Dec 11, 2020
- Mohammed O.
PAC Lifestyle Fitness is very personable and knowledgeable. He broke down each exercise and explained the muscles it impacted. He is great at pushing one beyond their capabilities. Looking forward to future sessions.Feb 6, 2021
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?The prices vary depending on a number of factors. A detailed email of the pricelists and the various discounts I offer would be emailed on request. There's couples discounts, group discounts etc. Shoot me a message with your email and I would gladly forward this document to you.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Step 1: The online conversation. This would go over the clients goals and aspirations as well as an idea of possible work time. An exchange of emails would ensue that would lead to a pricelist being sent out and thoroughly explained Step 2: The first consultation session would feature a close look at movement compensations, strength levels and general flexibility and mobility issues. Things like a squat depth, feet placement etc Step 3: A quick little step on the body composition scale. This would show things like body fat percentages and muscle mass etc. Though not 100% accurate, the changes in these measurements over time is the main focus here. If you feel comfortable, circumference measurements would also be taken to further increase the accuracy of the measurements. Step 4: During the workout there would be some extra note taking to further understand the clients body limitations not presented in the mobility tests. The workout would be focused on seeing how the client moves and help with planning the future workout sessions Step 5: We have a detailed conversation about diets and what has been tried in the past and what has failed. Advice would be given on diet and the client would be allowed to experiment on their diet with the new advice provided Step 6: Weekly or bi-weekly weigh ins depending on the clients goals. If the progress is not suitable or fast enough, a meal plan would be provided. Step 7: Enjoy your new stronger and fitter you :)
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am a NASM certified personal trainer who played semi professional soccer in the United Kingdom, has about 5-6 years of karate training and moved over from calisthenics body weight style training to weight training a couple years ago. What this means is that most of my training sessions are a combination of all these various disciplines. I have trained college athletes, stroke rehabilitation patients, marathon runners and pretty much every one in between from all works of life, from ages 4 - 67.