I begin all training sessions with a fitness assessment in order to determine baseline measurements in strength, balance, flexibility, range of motion and functional movement patterns. More importantly, I ask my clients about their fitness goals. Is it simply to lose weight? To build muscle? To get lean? Using the objective results and personal goals, I design an individualized exercise program that takes all prior injuries and structural limitations into account.
Personal Training / Strength Training
Working with a personal trainer is the safest and most effective way to achieve your health and fitness goals.
I will design a program in order to build muscle strength, increase lean muscle mass, improve stamina and help you burn more calories efficiently. A key component of overall health and fitness, strength training will also help you resculpt your body and reduce the risk of osteoporosis by increasing your bone mineral density (BMD) and developing stronger bones.
Train w/ friend, spouse, or loved one
1-on-2 personal training makes it possible for you and a friend, or other compatible partner, to work toward similar goals under the guidance of a Certified Personal Trainer. The objective is to encourage you to exercise properly and achieve your goals with the support of a partner. Your shared training sessions will be fun and motivational, and your results will be inspiring.
As an American Council on Exercise Orthopedic Exercise Specialist I am able to develop exercise programs and incorporate progressions that address muscle imbalances, prevent injury, and improve movement patterns, muscular strength and endurance. I also work in restoring function in individuals following orthopedic rehabilitation.
Prenatal / Postpartum Fitness
If you are pregnant or just delivered your baby, then it is very essential that you remain physically fit. Being a mother of two, I understand the unique challenges of pregnancy and postpartum. I know that pre and postnatal exercise provide additional energy, reduction of anxiety/stress, faster recovery, a shorter labor time with less complications and an increase in self-esteem. Prenatal exercise will have a significant impact on how easily you’ll lose weight after the baby is born. Also, your good muscle tone and improved stamina will help you have a much easier time during labor.