I specialize in training for Cardiovascular Endurance, Functional Strength, and High Intensity Interval Training. I believe this is the most effective way to help my clients reach their fitness goals. The fitness coaching component of my training programs help clients overcome obstacles and find solutions to achieving their goals.

High Intensity Supersets and Functional Strength Training


Full body functional movements throughout the workout is one of my keys to the success of my clients. These exercises are high intensity movements/exercises that incorporate many large muscle groups at the same time. Through the use of super set body weight exercises (think TRX) and using balance/stability devices (Bosu & foam pads) to create an unstable environment to provide a greater challenge for the muscles. Working the muscles in this way also engages the core, maximizing muscular endurance.

After turning 30, it is important to add strength training to your exercise routine to build strong, lean muscles and to strengthen your bones. Strength training will help prevent osteoporosis along with other health-related diseases. A strong, muscular and skeletal system will help maintain balance, posture, alignment, and efficient movement patterns.

Flexibility – Mobility & Recovery Training


Flexible work helps my clients improve their mobility as they train and move through life. As you exercise, your muscles are repeatedly contracting and they get tight. Muscle tightness can also come from work stress and sitting most of the day.

Myofascial release (flexibility training) helps release muscle tension, lengthen muscles, improve posture, and reduce stress. Strength and cardiovascular improvements cannot be maximized if you’re tight and inflexible. Flexibility training is accomplished through foam rolling, yoga, and Pilates.

Nutrition & Meal Planning


Proper nutrition and meal planning maximize the benefits of training to lose weight or improve your performance. Making life-long changes to eating habits is very important for long-term success.

I ask my clients to look at training as a lifestyle change. That said, if weight loss is the goal focus on losing 1-2 pounds a week. In the beginning staying between 1200-1800 calories is an ideal caloric range without sacrificing your metabolism. As you draw closer to your goal calorie adjustment will be needed.

Meals should be viewed as fuel to maintain your energy and maximize your performance.

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