Many people find it difficult to fit a workout into their already busy lives. When every moment is precious, it’s important to find a workout that’s effective and efficient. With a custom-designed workout program, you can relax in the knowledge that every minute spent working out is time well spent. With a personal trainer, you receive invaluable knowledge for exercise instruction and program design, and positive accountability that will help you make a lasting commitment to a healthy and active lifestyle.
Initial Consultation: For every session you are registered and paid for, you receive a 15-20 minute phone consultation with one of our professional personal trainers! Start by assessing your health and defining your fitness goals. This gives you a starting point and a benchmark against which you can measure progress. Your training regimen can be reevaluated periodically to allow for continued adaptation and progression.
Begin with the Basics: Learn principles of functional movement training, cardiovascular training, core strength and stability, muscular strength and endurance, balance, and flexibility. Your personalized fitness program will advance with different exercise modalities based on your progress.
Fun in Variety: With an emphasis on making the workouts fun and personalized, you will have the motivation to meet and even exceed your goals. You’ll never be stuck in the same old routine – we mix it up to keep you on your toes and having a good time.
Regularly Scheduled Appointments: Knowing that you will meet with your trainer on a specific day and time gives you the motivation to maintain your workouts. Having someone to report back to and consult with about your achievements and challenges provides tremendous support.
Health and Nutrition Counseling: As part of your personal training program, you’ll be able to meet with a certified nutrition consultant to work with you to assess your dietary needs and target areas for improvement. The 7 areas addressed in this portion of your personal training are: dietary habits; body weight, BMI and % body fat; identifying necessary changes; identifying barriers to change; setting goals; finding support; and maintaining changes.
If You Have Limitations: Personal training can be very enjoyable and beneficial to many people; however, if you have medical problems, your doctor can best describe your limitations. Always discuss it with your physician before starting a new exercise program. When consulting with Workout on the Hill, simply let us know what your doctor’s advice is so we can create the safest exercise program for you. When appropriate, we may also work with or refer you to a health care professional to seek further assistance.
Please contact Elaine Williams directly by phone: 415-891-WOTH (9684)
or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org