Would you like to look and feel better?
Would you like to have more energy?
Would you like to reduce your body fat?
Would you like to improve your health?
Would you like your muscles to be more firm and toned?
Would you like to improve your balance and flexibility?
Would you like to improve your posture?
Would you like to strengthen your core?
If you are a woman, Would you like to firm and tone your glutes, inner and outer thigh?
There are so many benefits to exercise. Are you getting them in your life?
How do you approach exercise? Do you make the time in your schedule to fit exercise in? If so, what do you do and are you getting the results you want? Since I was 14 years old I saw the value of exercise in my life. I think the why you decide to exercise is a critical factor in getting you started and keeping you motivated. As an adult it is very easy to live a busy lifestyle and for regular exercise to be squeezed out. You’ve probably thought to yourself at times how you want to get in better shape, look and feel better, get more toned, have more energy, etc.
It takes intention to set yourself up for success, whether you are able to set a schedule and stick to it, find a friend to workout with or hire a trainer. I’ve met with so many clients who say, “if you weren’t hear I wouldn’t be working out.” Then after the workout they feel good from the workout and over time they get in great shape.
Through getting on a regular exercise program you can also get in great shape. You can lose weight and reduce body fat, get your muscles lean and toned (reduce the flab), look and feel better, have more energy and stamina, fit into your clothes better, have better posture, increase your flexibility and balance, improve your performance in sports, reduce your stress, sleep better, feel more alive and vibrant, etc.
I have found that many people start off with a aesthetic goal. They usually want to lose weight and tone up and get in “better shape.” Once they start working out, they feel better and handle their stress better. Exercise powerfully affects their minds as well as their bodies. Their has been a lot of research about the mind body connection to exercise. People experienced reductions in feelings of anxiety and depression from exercising. Through exercising the body releases chemicals which help one to feel and cope with their life better.
My desire as a trainer is to help you thrive in your life, look and feel your best. A safe and effective exercise program will be designed for you based on a fitness assessment focusing on your health and fitness goals. Let’s do this together:)