Depending on the length of workouts you choose it can range between $60-90 a session.
All you need is enough space to fit your own body in the motion, so 10 by 10 fit would be enough space to have a great workout but it can be less than that as well.
Anything from strength, functional training, balance, agility and coordination training.
No you don’t. All you need is a knowledgeable trainer. After your initial training your trainer will give you suggestions about some easy equipment like dumbbells and stability ball. Our trainers have some equipment with them as well.
Yes we can train our clients anywhere they would prefer.
30, 45 and 60 min sessions.
If you have underlying conditions or injuries we recommend you talk to your doctor before starting your training .
No. With current medical insurance policy personal training services are not covered.
Our trainers can show a proof of their vaccinations. All our trainers wear a mask and follow the guidelines to prevent COVID 19 spread.
We would recommend at least twice a week.
What is BMI
BMI is a person’s weight in kilograms divided by the square of height in meters. A high BMI can indicate high body fat. BMI screens for weight categories that may lead to health problems, but it does not diagnose the body fatness or health of an individual.
How important is my diet to improving the results of my exercise plan
Diet and exercise are both important for optimal health. Achieving a calorie deficit through diet modifications is key for weight loss, while exercise provides many benefits that help sustain your results. Further, both exercise and diet can help reduce heart disease risk, build muscle, and improve your mental health.
Will exercising help with sleeping
Will exercise help decrease or eliminate cravings
It might , however it depends on every person’s eating habits.
Should I add a shake or protein drink to my routine to help improve stamina and results
Proteins are the main building blocks of your body. A high protein intake offers several potential health benefits and could help increase weight loss, enhance muscle growth, and improve your overall health.
A common recommendation for gaining muscle is 1 gram of protein per pound (2.2 grams per kg) of body weight.