Training is different for everyone but the basics are fundamental to reaching any goal.
Create an environment that promotes lifestyle changes through educating, accountability, and results driven coaching.
The goal of working out is to feel good. Fitness is a gift we give ourselves in order to manage stress, maintain flexibility, and find our strength. Looking good is a just a perk of these achievements.
“Well before often.”
When it comes to training, my goal as a fitness coach is to first establish a well stable foundation of functional movement patterns before progressing onto exercises in which expose our body’s current limitations. By instilling function first, limitations often dissipate as a result and ultimately allow us to graduate onto advanced levels of fitness- which is our desired end goal.
I have a life long pursuit of developing total health, wellness and helping in the development of adding Life to everyone's years that they live so they can fulfill their life long goals, dreams and aspirations.
Over the past years as a Personal Trainer and competitive athlete, I have embraced my opportunities to not only cultivate my own belief in physical culture, but to genuinely share my experience, skill set, and knowledge to every valuable client I meet. My philosophy is simple, I believe there is a competitive spirit within all of us. There isn’t anything you can’t achieve in the presence of hard work, uncompromised discipline, and trust, between trainer and client.
Through hard work, dedication, discipline, consistency, and never giving up you can achieve anything you set your mind to in life.
The fastest way to get strong is to train four days per week and focus on the big 4 exercises: the bench, squat, deadlift and overhead press. Big on the Basics.
My fitness philosophy is to move good, feel good, and look good! I believe in functional fitness so mobility, strength, conditioning is all apart of my training.
I believe that movement is key for having a long, happy and healthy life. Running, walking, hiking, biking, weight lifting, stretching, dancing and swimming can all be part of a fitness routine to keep you interested, motivated and moving.
Change comes through challenge. We should never stop challenging our minds and bodies to learn new things and adapt in new ways. Exercise can be fun when you see it as part of a bigger picture and a healthier you. Know your “Why” and remind yourself often!
Training with a purpose and attention to detail. Doing the little things correct in order to achieve our long term goals. Taking advantage of our capabilities to achieve success in the gym and as well as our nutritional values. Being able to become the best version of ourselves with hard work and dedication.
My philosophy is health and fitness are more than what the scale says. Being healthy can mean participating in more activities, living with less pain, relieving stress or working towards a more balanced lifestyle. Let’s develop a program that will keep you motivated outside the gym and make it a lifestyle. Whether you want to do your first 5k, triathlon, marathon or simply be stronger, live more confidently and live with less pain, I am here to work with you to make it a reality.
My fitness philosophy is simple. In order to live a long healthy life your mental and physical health needs to be a priority. You cannot have one or the other as they are connected like the kinetic chain. We live in an era of distractions where we have neglected our bodies warning signs. Making a conscious effort to prioritize your needs by moving, eating healthy, and believing in yourself will make a huge impact on your quality of life.