Personal Trainer, Weight Lifting Training, Pyramid and Periodization Training, Russian Kettlebells, Weight loss and Nutrition
Why use a personal trainer or weight lifting trainer?
- Provide Periodization training for sport specific activities
- To discuss, review and suggest changes to your diet to aid you with your with weight loss or weight gain goals
- To gain knowledge on weight lifting form for proper execution on lifting movements
- Provide KETTLEBELL training and reduce the risk of injury
- To identify weak areas and improve strength in those areas
- To develop abdominal and back muscles (core) preventing possible back injuries
- To prevent you from possibly injuring yourself
- To have a knowledgeable personal lifting trainer help identify your goals and guide you in obtaining those goals
- To have a personal trainer help you realize you can accomplish more physically than what you thought possible of yourself
- If you are over 40 discuss the effects of Sarcopenia and how to prevent it.
What are reasonable goals?
- Weight loss, Increased strength for athletic activities and competition endurance
- Increased muscle or lean body mass
- Feeling more positive about yourself physically (better self image)
- To slow the aging process
- Improve your posture
- Increase back strength and decrease back problems
- Strength – Weight Training
- Kettlebell training
- Diet and Nutritional Consultation
- Group Fitness – Boot Camp
- Zumba Exercise Classes
- Yoga Class
My mission is to transfer essential knowledge about diet, nutrition, anatomy and strength training through my services as a Personal Trainer. I will accomplish this by teaching, on a one to one basis, about muscle development and retention in order to accomplish each person’s individual goals.
One of my goals is providing strength training and training specific education to the those 50 and over. This demographics is the largest segment of the growing population. The medical industry has strongly suggested the health and wellness benefits associated with strength training. Strength training/weight lifting may not increase your life span, however, training will dramatically increase the quality of our lives as we age. We provide both one on one strength training and class for senior level training.
Katie was a recent 19 year old grad from Wayzata H.S. She weighs 120 lbs and stands 5’ 5” tall. After 3 months of weight training she is capable of 45 full push ups, leg presses 250 lbs (15 reps), hack squats 160 lbs (15 reps), and performs bench presses of 60 lbs (10 reps). Her 1RM for a bench press was 85 lbs.
Julie had been lifting for a month and a half. She has squatted 165 lb, performs 230 pounds on leg presses and does 25 full push ups during her warm up.
Karin, in her early fifties, has been training for 5 months. At a weight of 125 lbs she performs 15 squats at 160 lbs, leg presses of 310 lbs at 15 reps, hack squats with 210 lbs at 15 reps, 42 full push ups and 2 sets of dips at 32.
Clinton in his mid fifties has been training for 2 years. He has benched pressed 285 lbs for a 1 RM; and performs fifteen leg press over 900 lbs. He uses a 60 lb kettlebell for 48 repetitions and uses a 50 lb kettlebell for 24 clean and press.