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FAQ

HOW ARE YOU DIFFERENT FROM A REGULAR GYM TRAINER?

I take a holistic approach to training the human body & mind. We will improve the functional capabilities of the human body - moving in multiple planes of motion, at different speeds, with various methods. These methods blend traditional strength training with functional training & provide a multitude of stimuli to constantly challenge the body, avoiding stagnant training & plateaus. Ultimately, each program is individualized to provide the client not only what they want but, also what they need.

DO YOU CHARGE EXTRA FOR NUTRITIONAL GUIDANCE AND A DIET PLAN?

No, I do not. However, I am not a licensed nutritionist nor do I try to be. I know my scope of practice and stay in my lane. What I can provide is guidance and advice on nutrition while helping to cultivate healthier eating habits. We will work to create more awareness around eating and the emotional connections we may have with it.

WHAT TYPES OF HOME FITNESS EQUIPMENT DO YOU RECOMMEND?

Honestly, you do not need a ton of equipment. Some of the basics such as dumbbells, bench, stability ball, and resistance bands go a long way. Adjustable dumbbells (Bowflex, Power Block) are a great option to save space while still having a variety of weights.

WHO/WHAT HAS INFLUENCED YOU AND YOUR TRAINING STYLE?

I've had the privilege of working with great people and mentors. I have always sought out the best coaches and trainers to learn their methods and thought processes. This includes but not limited to - Charles Poliquin, Al Vermeil, Dr. Stuart McGill, Eric Cressey, Mark Verstegen, Brett Bartholomew, David Alexander, Paul Fabritz, and Nick Winkelman.

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