Become Physically and Mentally Healthy. I find fitness to be of paramount importance in overall health. We all have times of good health, times of sickness, and maybe even times of serious illness. As our lifestyles change, so does our level of health.

One of the most important things you can do for your health is to engage in regular physical activity. A person who is fit both physically and mentally is strong enough to face the ups and downs of life, and is not affected by drastic changes if they take place.

Note, however, that anyone with heart disease or cardiac risk factors should seek medical advice before beginning a workout program.


Every New Client is Different

You come from different backgrounds, have different challenges, and therefore have different needs.

I am here to offer you personal training services and if anyone has any suggestions please do not hesitate to put them forward to me!

There are three primary categories of exercise:


Running, jogging, and biking are some examples. You're moving fast enough to raise your heart rate and breathe harder, but you should still be able to talk to someone while you're doing it. Otherwise, you are pushing too hard. If you have joint problems, choose a low-impact activity, like swimming or walking.
Different forms of resistance training include free weights, weight machines, resistance bands and your own body weight. Strength training is essential for maintaining your ability to live independently as you age, slows the aging process, and even promotes weight loss. Don't worry ladies, weight lifting does not mean creating "bulky" muscles. It’s just a great way to tone and add lean muscles to your body.
As we age, balance is one of the first things to start to go. Flexibility gives you immediate and long-term benefits with fewer injuries and less pain. With every muscle toning or calorie burning exercises add one flexibility and stretching session. Stretching your muscles helps to relieve tension in your body and does help you feel good. Forget your age, try tai chi, yoga or formalized balance programs. You should utilize these programs at any age to keep yourself flexible, balanced, free from falls, injuries, and enjoy a healthy lifestyle.