Whether you are looking to lose fat, gain muscle, or get to a healthier place overall, I believe that a consistent training program is essential to reach your goals.
Your training plan is designed based on: your goals. No matter where you are starting, your goals are of #1 priority. Those goals will be transferred into a program consisting of a combination of strength training and conditioning.
My goal is to educate you. To create an enjoyable experience, to help you feel confident and continue to be motivated to reach your goals.
Nutrition is a large part of reaching your health and fitness goals. Properly fueling your body allows you to get to where you want to be, physically and mentally.
Macro-based dieting that is flexible and allows you to enjoy the foods you love. No elimination of foods, no calorie restriction. Together we will discover what works best for you and your body.
“I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it. And so it is with you. We are in charge of our attitudes” -Charles Swindoll
This is your transformation. You are the one in charge. This is a long-term journey, not a quick-fix. It is a learning process, that will have ups and downs. Persevere through those challenges and you will be amazed at the change you see, not only on the outside but also on the inside.
I will be there for you, but I will not baby you.
My job is to encourage you, push you, and celebrate with you. My goal in coaching is to guide and push you to a new level, to ensure that you are seeing the continuous progress that you seek.
You are not on this journey alone!
How would your life improve
IF YOU WERE TO BUILD LASTING HABITS THAT GAVE YOU CONFIDENCE AND POWER IN YOUR BODY AND MIND?
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Growing up in an active family, fitness has been a large part of my life from the start.
The majority of my youth was spent in a chlorinated bowl, swimming laps on end every day and weekends, you could find me at the barn horseback riding. After 13 years of swimming competitively and also moving on from riding, I found myself in the weight room of the YMCA that I was a lifeguard at. I haven’t looked back since.
I fell in love with weight training and the discipline that I gained from it so much that I became a Certified Personal Trainer in 2014. Since becoming certified I have worked with anyone from ages 10 to 70, all of varying goals and athletic abilities. A large part of my passion in health and fitness is educating those interested on the positive impact that proper training and nutrition can have on their life.