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PErsonal Training

If you're trying to improve your health and fitness, lose weight, or enhance sports performance, working with a personal trainer can help. Working with a professional who is experienced and certified matters.

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Choosing The Right Service 

How do you know if personal training or physical therapy is the right choice for you?


Personal training is a better option if:

  • You don't have any current injuries.

  • You are looking to lose weight.

  • You are looking to get in shape and improve general fitness.

  • You are looking to improve athletic performance.

  • You don't need formal medical documentation of your sessions.


Physical therapy is a better option for someone who is:

  • In need of a medical evaluation to exercise safely.

  • Experiencing clinical problems like an injury, or specific pain complaints.

  • Recovering from a surgical procedure.

  • Hoping to submit our bills to their insurance to get reimbursed for treatment.


As the saying goes, "If you don't make time for your wellness, you will be forced to make time for your illness." If you need help with motivation to stay consistent, some direction for how to exercise, or are looking for some variety in your workouts, personal training may be a good option. It can help you improve:

  • Aerobic fitness

  • Balance

  • Endurance

  • Flexibility

  • Power

  • Speed

  • Strength

Weight Loss

Losing weight can be challenging. If you're tired of trying fad diets, exercising alone, and being unable to keep the pounds away, this time can be different for you. Exercise and dietary counselling from a licensed personal trainer can help you to finally lose weight and keep it off for good.​

Our approach includes:

  1. Motivational Interviewing, an evidence based technique that helps you identify the "why" behind your goals so you will stick to them.

  2. Education on the psychology of weight loss.

  3. Social management strategies, for when you're eating out with friends.

  4. Helping you make realistic changes to your diet for the long term.

  5. Helping you increase your daily activity level to burn more calories.

  6. Accountability, for when you're loosing motivation to keep going. We stick with you through the ups and downs of your journey, encouraging you all the way.

  7. Body composition assessment to track your progress.

Sports Performance

Whether you're a competitive or a recreational athlete, we all want to perform at our best. Individual attention that focuses on your needs, instead of a coach with divided attention watching lots of players can encourage your development as an athlete. Personal training can help challenge you and give you a competitive edge by:

  • Assessing body composition

  • Coaching your exercise form and technique

  • Challenging you in your strengths

  • Improving coordination and reaction time

  • Individual attention to you and your goals

  • Targeting and training your weaknesses

  • Selecting the right cross training activities for your sport

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