My passion is to help others achieve their health and fitness goals. I create customize programs that will help my clients get the knowledge they need to get to their goals in a safe and efficient manner. I have been coaching and training for the past 5 years with companies such as Metro Flex Gym, Lifetime, Anytime Fitness, and NDSU Wellness Center. My Certifications include:
TPI - (Tilest Performance Institue) Golf Swing Mechanics
NASM- Golf Fitness
NASM- Corrective Exercise Science
ACE- Spors Performance
ACTION- Personal Training Fundamentals
Feel free to connect with me through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube @thewilsonweigh
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The process for working with clients starts with a free 30-60 minute consultation. The consultation is for us to get to know each other better and for me to understand exactly what you're looking to achieve and giving you my honest feedback if I'm the right fit for you. Training is an investment and I will make sure if I can't help you I refer you to the right person for you to cash in on your investment.
I majored in Sports Management and business.
1 hour golf lesson $100
30 minutes $75
I started teaching/training by being recruited to teach sports teams when I was younger and then when I got out of college I was recruited again to be a personally trainer. As I was training I was told by clients that I should give lessons as well and now here I am!
I've worked with all types of students. I've worked with kids around 5 years old all the way up to adults well in their 70's. I have worked with physically disabled people to top Golf pro's in Minnesota.
I love watching the Masters not because I am interrested in seeing who wins but rather to see how people react when they lose. I think the best learning method is to understand your character when life isn't going your way and then to learn how to overcome that adversity. That's why I love coaching/ training cause behavior change is just as important if not more important than learning the skills to play the game.
I would say to find the right fit for you. It should be an enjoyable experience while you get better. If you hire a trainer that doesn't adapt to you do not be afraid of firing them because even though they don't work for you they can work for someone else. Your time is valuable and this is an investment so make sure it works for you not the coach/trainer.