I make individual connections by putting my heart and soul into my work. I get to know each client and build a strong relationship with them in order to help them achieve their goals. Also, I'm always available if they need to reach me somehow.
I enjoy helping my clients feel empowered by becoming the best versions of themselves.
I am a stroke survivor who had never done exercise in a regular fitness regimen. Hadas picked up seamlessly where my physical training left off. She now has me on a very disciplined and structured program to optimize my balance and strength.
Hadas is an excellent trainer. She always pushes me to work my hardest, but she also accommodates me when I am struggling. I've been training with her for almost 2 months and I am already seeing unreal results and am feeling much stronger and healthier. Not to mention, she is also a certified health coach which means she helps to give me tips on how to stay healthy and really helps me focus on what I'm putting into my body. She is also just the nicest person I have ever met. I could not say enough good things about her.
Great personal trainer. Very experienced and professional.
Hadad is an awesome trainer! I never thought I would look forward to exercising, but she makes it so enjoyable. I have a large amount of weight to lose and I am disabled. Hadas is very knowledgeable about adapting my workouts and is so encouraging that it really motivates me to do my best. The workouts are very challenging but somehow Hadas makes the time fly by. I cannot recommend Hadas any more highly.
My typical process is an initial interview, getting to know the client, hi/her every client is unique, I will work with him to reach his individuali l goals. past experience, and his/her goal. The client will fill out few forms and a waiver . In the first few sessions I will conduct few assessments in order to develop a safe and effective exercise program. I will develop a unique training plan for exercise and weight loss. Every client is unique, I like to pay attention and get to know each client and his/her individual goals.
I am an Ace certified personal trainer, a health coach, and a fitness nutrition specialist. I am a physical education teacher and I have studied exercise physiology. I was a combat fitness trainer in the Israeli army.
i charge $70 for a session.
$80 for couples session.
$20-$30 for a group session.
i have different packages for long term clients.
if you refer a friend you get 1 free session.
I was doing this type of work since I was 19 years old. I was a combat fitness trainer in the Israeli army, then I studied to be a gym teacher, and Exercise physiology. I worked with a wide range of ages and fitness levels.
In the U.S.A I studied to be a personal trainer and a health coach with ACE. I always loved helping people exercise and lead a healthier lifestyle.
I worked with different kind of customers: healthy adults, overweight and obese, seniors, teenagers and pre-teen. I worked with sedentary people and with athletes who wanted to improve performance.
My latest project that I am fond of is training an obese woman who lost over 100 pounds. She was on medications for high blood pressure and cholesterol which she doesn't need anymore. It took us over a year with implementing small changes that accumulated to big change in her lifestyle and life quality.
We still meet once a month to adjust her fitness and nutrition plans. I am proud of her dedication and adherence to the program.
The best advice I can give a customer who is looking to hire a personal trainer is to look at the certifications and education. There are personal trainers who took a weekend course and there are trainers who have a bachelor and a masters degree in exercise science. There is a big difference between the two. Make sure the trainer got certified with one of the big companies (ACE, NASM, ISSA...).
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