Personal Training

November 3, 2011

“You don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great.”                    
– Les Brown (Motivational Speaker and Author)



We’ll begin with a review your health history and current diet, followed by an assessment of your posture and functionality (FMS), and baseline measurements:

  • resting physiological measurements (blood pressure and heart rate)
  • resting metabolic rate
  • body fat percentage
  • circumferential measurements
  • strength
  • flexibility
  • cardiovascular fitness (submaximal VO2 testing)

Next, we’ll discuss your health and fitness goals. Based on your assessment and goals, I design an individualized program by mixing and grouping a variety of training techniques:

  • Dynamic Exercise is used as a warm up, to elevate your heart rate and increase your blood circulation, flexibility and joint range of motion.
  • Resistance Training is the foundation of your work out; it develops your strength, muscle size and bone density.
  • Pilates and Yoga fundamentals may be incorporated to improve your core strength, posture and flexibility.
  • Caloric Balancing is used to help you loose, gain, or maintain your weight and sustain your energy, according to your workout level.
  • Stretching and Massage play an important role in your post exercise recovery.  These techniques minimize your muscle soreness and risk of injury, and improve range of motion and circulation.


I provide personal training, and stretching with massage,  in a variety of locations:

In your home, park, or gym

For you, you and a friend, or your group.

In my home studio

I offer private sessions out of my home studio — located in Long Island, NY.



The first step is to schedule your Fitness Assessment. This is combined with a personal workout, and typically lasts 1-1.5 hours.


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