Physical wellbeing

As a Master Personal Trainer accredited by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), I take pride in understanding your unique body type, lifestyle, and fitness goals so that I can create a workout plan that works for you.

Whether you're a busy parent juggling multiple responsibilities or a professional with a demanding work schedule, we will design a non-intrusive program that suits your schedule so that your training won’t interfere with your other priorities. I completely understand that flexibility is key in 2023. I have worked with clients from all walks of life, so I know first-hand how to navigate around your other pressing duties to free up some time to focus on your health.

I'll guide you through a variety of fundamental exercises that will help you achieve a stronger body, including:

Strength training

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need a gym to improve your physical performance. We’ll adjust the environment to bring the best out of you.

You may love weightlifting with barbells, dumbbells, or kettlebells. Perhaps it’s bodyweight exercises like push-ups, pull-ups, and lunges that you take a liking to.

A workout program shouldn’t feel long or tedious but should be designed around doing the exercises you enjoy doing the most.

The more you associate training as a chore the less consistent you will be so it’s important to find what works for you.

Physical Well Being
Physical Well Being


Cardiovascular health refers to the wellbeing of your heart and blood vessels. It's important to keep your cardiovascular system healthy because it helps to keep your blood flowing properly, delivering oxygen and nutrients to your body's organs and tissues.

Running, cycling, swimming, or brisk walking are great examples of a solid cardio workout. These types of exercises improve endurance, burn calories, and help maintain a healthy weight. They also reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and other chronic health conditions. The potential upside is too big to ignore with this type of fitness training.

Flexibility Exercise

Flexibility exercises like stretching or yoga poses are an important part of any fitness program. These exercises help improve range of motion, reduce the risk of injury, and increase mobility. 

Stretching can be done before or after exercise to prevent injury and improve performance. Overall this type of training will reward your body with a feeling of deep relaxation as body aches or any sensation of muscle soreness will be significantly reduced, helping you to navigate your way through life in a more peaceful state.

Physical Well Being
Physical Well Being

High Intensity (HIIT)

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) involves short bursts of intense exercise followed by rest. This is not for the weak-minded.

This type of training can be done with bodyweight exercises, cardio machines, or other equipment. HIIT has been shown to improve cardiovascular fitness, burn calories and improve body composition.

It is also an efficient way to work out, as it can be done in a shorter amount of time than traditional cardio workouts. However, it's important to start slowly and gradually increase intensity to avoid injury. If you’re looking for a more intensive workout to get those dopamine levels up, we will introduce some HIIT exercises to your tailored plan.

Functional Movement

Functional training has been linked to improving your overall longevity and life expectancy. Who would have guessed that something so simple can change not only your standard of living but also add precious years to your life?

With regular practice, functional training can help you maintain your independence and quality of life regardless whether you're a young adult looking to build a solid fitness foundation or an older adult hoping to maintain your strength and mobility.

Physical Well Being

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