I adore what I do. My own lifestyle change is what lead me to change my entire career path so that I could help people achieve their health and fitness goals full time.
I love seeing someone be able to accomplish things they never thought possible. I love seeing improvements from week to week watching them check things off their goal list, gaining a sense of confidence, and creating a healthier mind and body.
This work is my passion and I am thankful EVERY day for my clients allowing me to be a part of that journey.
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Though sometimes we can start the process via phone or email, I always prefer to meet my potential new clients in person. We can chat face to face and discuss where you are currently with your health and fitness, talk about your goals, and go over how we'll plan to get you there. This consultation is always free and then we go from there. :)
**Certified Personal Trainer, NASM (2013)
**Behavioral Change Specialist, NASM (2017)
**Senior Fitness Specialist, NASM (2019)
**L1 & L2 Weightlifting Coach, USAW (2015, 2018)
**Nutrition Coach, Pn1, Precision Nutrition (2014)
**CrossFit L1 Coach, CrossFit (2014)
**CrossFit Kids Trainer, CrossFit (2016)
I charge between $65-$95 an hour for 1-on-1 personal training. This is an all-inclusive service. Ask for details!
I charge $95-$150 for couples sessions. (Same type of service, but for you and a friend, spouse, sibling, etc.)
I also do lots of customized packages which might include some in-person sessions and some remote sessions, or remote sessions with a nutrition package, etc. etc.
I've worked with every age group from 5 years old to 80+.
I've worked with moms and dads and grandparents, as well as high-level athletes and competitors.
I have also worked extensively with clients who have had joint replacements (both young and older) and/or recovering from injury.
Ask for references. Ask WHY they like to do what they do. Ask for their experience level. Ask about what kind of programming you'll be doing and the reasoning behind it. (They should be able to provide that info thoroughly and confidently.) And if a trainer claims they can help you reach your health/fitness goals without addressing your diet as well, that should be a red flag.
Trainers are a dime a dozen. The industry is saturated with them. Good trainers are harder to find but well worth the time and money you'll invest. And you should "vibe" with your trainer! If I can't help you, I'd be glad to recommend someone else you might like in my fitness network. It's all about HELPING you - not SELLING you. ;)
Am I READY to make some changes?
WHY do I want to change?
Am I willing to ALTER my lifestyle or make SACRIFICES from my current "norm" to reach my goals?