An exercise program can help you enhance your quality of life, reduce stress and improve efficiency of the body's systems. Exercise reduces the risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, enhances mental health, improves self-esteem and preserves independence.

As your personal trainer, I will design an effective exercise program to help you achieve your specific short and long term goals. There are a few things I keep in mind as I work with my clients:

How we get started:

  • Assess your fitness level and set realistic goals (where are you and where do you want to go)
  • Find the exercise that is right for you (specific to ability/goals)
  • Design a program that consist of cardiovascular, resistance, and flexibility training.

Optimum physical fitness - What exactly does it mean?
Optimum physical fitness consists of improving overall fitness:

  • Cardiovascular Endurance Training
  • Strength Training
  • Flexibility Training
  • Achieve and maintain ideal body fat percentage

Change your workouts:
The body will get used to a routine after a few weeks, so we need to continue challenging your body by constantly modifying your workout. Things I take into consideration when changing your workout routine.

  • Frequency: How often do you workout?
  • Intensity: How hard is your workout?
  • Duration: How long is your workout?

Ways to change your workout:
Once you have looked at frequency, intensity and duration, you can layout a plan to overload your workouts.

  • Overload: In order to improve any of the body's system (cardiovascular system), that system must be made to workout harder than what it is accustomed to in order to see beneficial results.
  • Superset: Do two exercises back to back. Example: Lat. pull-downs followed by seated cable rows. Or, bench press followed by dumbbell flys.
  • Drop Sets: Start with heavy weight and drop down to lighter weight. Example: shoulder dumbbell press, 35 lb., 25 lb., and 10 lb.

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Disclaimer: All information and advice by is designed to help you make informed decisions about your health and fitness. None of the information obtained from this website should be used as a substitute for your doctor's advice or treatment. Furthermore, I recommend you consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program. Participation in any exercise program represents the possibility of injury and you agree that any information, instruction or advise obtained from this website will be used at your own risk. By accepting the terms of this agreement you agree to release and discharge from any and all responsibilities or liabilities from injury arising from your participation in any exercise program or advise obtained from this website.