Why hire a personal trainer?
A trainer serves as your coach to motivate you to develop good habits around fitness and nutrition. Most people need guidance and clear
direction when developing these habits that will become a regular part of their life. If you are like most people, you have a "life team"
comprisied of doctors, financial advisors, clergy, home assistants and more. A trainer will be a valued member of that life team as well,
insuring you keep your physical health and well being in tune.
Why is training so expensive?
Why isn't it even more expensive!? Doctors spend 5 minutes with you during an office visit. Personal trainers spend an hour with you
and give you personalized attention while typically making a fraction of a doctor's salary! How much is your health worth to you? When you
are fit and healthy, medical bills drop, sick days are reduced and you are more energetic and productive. Those things translate directly
to positively impact your bottom line - both personally and financially.
A good trainer will give you a good workout. A great trainer should want you to "graduate" from personal training and transition into
working out on your own. That means they have been successful in instilling healthy lifestyle habits that you can now practice for the rest
of you life.
How long until I see results?
Exercise has a cumulative effect. If you are consistent with workouts and follow the exercise guidance and meal recommendations I provide you
typically will feel noticable changes almost immediately, and see results soon after.