One-on-One Training: personalized workouts and individualized attention in one-on-one sessions that can be held in home, office or gym settings.
Small Group Training: 2-5 individuals in combined sessions featuring workouts tailored for the group with the benefit of motivation from working out with a partner(s)!
Group Training: ease the intimidation factor and discover the strength in numbers by joining 6-15 individuals in a team training session.
Online Bootcamps: for those that are too busy for in-person training but still want a customized workout. Online Bootcamps start at the beginning of each month. Each Sunday I send workouts for the upcoming week via email that also contains a short video demonstration of the exercises and form. The workouts are to be completed on your schedule. Each workout will take between 20-40 minutes to complete. Many of the exercises will be body weight, but you will also need:: dumbbells ( a light pair 5's or 8's, and a bit heavier 10's, 15's, 20's) , a jump rope, a chair/set of stairs or some other form of raised platform (for tricep dips/step ups).
Suspension Training (TRX): a form of resistance training (typically performed on a TRX or like system) that includes body weight exercises in which a variety of multi-planar, compound exercise movements can be performed. These are done with the aim of developing strength, balance, flexibility, and joint stability simultaneously. Certified through the National Personal Training Institute to teach individuals and small groups.
Kettlebell Training: "Functional training" is a term widely used in the fitness industry, and the kettlebell is the original functional trainer. Having been around for hundreds of years, the kettlebell focuses on muscle integration rather than the isolation of particular muscle groups. A total body trainer that requires multiple muscle groups to work together, one can't go wrong with incorporating the kettlebell into their fitness regime. Certified through the National Personal Training Institute to teach individuals and small groups.
Nutritional Counseling: I want to emphasize that I am not a Registered Dietician (RD). I have a Masters of Public Health and Nutrition degree and am proficient in the study of nutrition, my knowledge is not as in depth as that of a Registered Dietician. Being physically active is not all that is involved in living a healthy life; Integration of a healthy diet is of the utmost importance to me for YOU to live life to it's fullest. I can assess your dietary intake and make recommendations while providing information, educational materials and support.