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Interested in learning more? Here are the questions I get the most. If you don't see your question here, get in touch.

Healthy Meal

Do you offer meal plans?

While I do provide general nutritional advice and ideas, customized meal plans are outside of the scope of most personal trainers. You should see a dietitian or nutritionist for these types of services.

Workout Equipments

What do I need to get started?

For me, the only must-haves are a water bottle and and a yoga mat! I design programs based on the equipment that you have on hand, but here are a few inexpensive, easy-to-store items that can make it easier to add variety to your workouts:

Dumbbells or kettlebells (light, medium, and heavy or adjustable)

Stability ball

Resistance bands

Sliding disks

Jump rope

Resistance tubes w/handles, door anchor & ankle attachments (Strength training)

Weightlifting gloves (Strength training)


How are you different from a gym trainer? 

As an independent trainer I am not tied to one location and can conduct sessions in a setting that works best for the client, including in-home and virtual. 

You won't need a gym membership to access my services as you would with a gym-based trainer, but I'm happy to design customized gym-based programs for clients who prefer to workout at the gym.

Hiring a trainer is an investment in your health. Because I don't have to pay overhead to a gym, I'm able to keep prices competitive so that clients get good value for their dollar.

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