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It's the SEE IT THROUGH Year

FAQ

Committing to a weight-loss program requires full focus in order to achieve any real success. Taking on a personal trainer is an even bigger commitment. I want you to know that I do not take that for granted. It's important to understand what is required of the client when taking on a personal trainer, and what you should require of me. That said, I have compiled a list of questions that I hope you will find helpful in beginning this process. 

Frequently asked questions

What are the benifits to working with a personal trainer?


A personal trainer is benificial for many reasons. Most common is education. The advantage of faster and better results is also expected, but that also depends on you and how bad you want it. Having a personal trainer to guide you through your fitness routine will help make sure you are spending time on the proper types of exercise, while learing how to properly use the machines. Proper fat loss and muscle gain reduces the chances of injury. Trainers are also great accountabilty partners. Most importanty, my goal is to assit you establishing a lifetime of healthy eating, and exercise habits.




What is your specialty?


We focus on many forms of fitness training, but our speciality is weight-loss. Clients can expect to recieve assistance with meal planning and nutrition. One of the keys to success is education, and each session will involve learning how we replace bad habits with healthy ones. Check out one of my favorite before and afters!




What type of education/certification do you have?


I am a certified fitness instructor through ISSA. ISSA is a trusted company with 28 years of experience, and over 200,000 graduates in 91 countries. ISSA is also the first and only fitness organization in the U.S. accredited by a federally recognized agency.




I've never worked with a personal trainer before. What can I expect from you?


Expect to be challenged. Expect to be treated like family. Expect to be treated with patience, kindness, and respect. Expect to laugh a lot, and perhaps cry some. Expect to be held accontable for your efforts, and rewarded for your progress. I am fair, but firm, funny, but focused.