Whether you just started training and don’t know what to do, or you’ve been training a while and not getting the results you want, personal training can help give some direction, focus and motivation to your routine. There are a slew of benefits to having a qualified personal trainer. Some of these include:
- Correcting poor posture
- Increasing mobility and flexibility
- Improving/learning safe form and technique
- Increasing strength
- Improving body composition (losing fat/gaining muscle)
- Increasing bone density to help prevent bone-related diseases
- Decreasing blood pressure
- Improved mood
- Maximizing results
…and many more.
Ready to get started? Here’s how it works.
1. Book your Initial Fitness Assessment
The fitness assessment is a crucial step in creating a safe and effective training plan. I want to see how you move, assess your posture, the range of motion in your major joints, and take a look at the form and technique. This is also a chance for me to take baseline measures of your resting heart rate, blood pressure, body measurements and strength in the muscles.
After we perform the assessment, I will look at your goals and needs and create a training plan that works for you.
Assessments are complimentary. Contact me to book yours today.
2. Choose your Training Commitment
A training plan is not something that can give you a quick fix and make you drop ten pounds in a week. You need to be committed to results, and you need to be committed to consistent effort to achieve them. This is why I ask clients for a minimum of 6 weeks commitment to personal training with me.
In order to maximize results, I recommend training at least 2-3 times a week.
Please email me directly to inquire about training rates and availability.
My personal training services are offered in the downtown Toronto area. Whether you have a gym in your condo building, prefer to train at my location, or have a small studio space, we can get you to your fitness goals. Contact me for inquiries on training location.