Working with a personal trainer guarantees that you will have a program designed specifically for you that meets your goals and attains the desired results.
A first session usually consists of an assessment. I will look at your body, your posture, your flexibility and the way you move (range of motion and some simple cardiovascular tests). No matter what your level of fitness is, it’s important to set a starting point. That way we can keep track of your progress and work towards reaching your goals. Based on the assessment I will develop, and if necessary, modify exercises in a safe and effective manner. If desired I will write you a home (or on the road) program so you can continue doing your exercises in your own time.
Don’t hesitate to contact me. A first 30 minute session is always free of charge and will give us a chance to get to know each other. It is after all most and foremost ‘PERSONAL’ training!
“Barbara knows how to vary the sessions for interest, and still focus on muscle groups that need improvement.” — John
The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) education means the most to health and fitness professionals because it requires comprehensive knowledge of human movement science, functional anatomy, physiology and kinesiology, as well as functional assessment and program design.
By incorporating multiple types of training—flexibility, cardio respiratory, core, balance, reactive, speed, agility, quickness, and strength—into every program, the revolutionary and easy-to-use OPT method improves all biomotor abilities and builds high levels of functional strength, neuromuscular efficiency, and dynamic flexibility.