How My Coaching Sessions Work
My Clients usually come either once or twice per week. During the first part of the session, we go over the week (or days) since I saw them last. We discuss workouts, nutrition, and life, in general. Then we dive into a workout. Depending on each persons' individual needs, we either design a workout for them to do on their own over the next week, or we work on a progressive strength building workout that I have designed for them to be completed at my studio. After we workout, we spend some time stretching. Then, we make a schedule of workouts to be completed over the next days or week. Since each person has a different life, a different schedule and different challenges, I take all of that into consideration when designing the plan for the week. We talk about what they have going on during the week and what they can fit in without it being intrusive and overwhelming. We agree on a plan, I write it down on their calendar so there are no questions as to what is expected during the following days, and they go home, confident that they can carry out their plan.
My goal is to make efficient exercise accessible to anyone who is willing to make the commitment. Workouts do not need to be long to be effective. I specialize in designing workouts for my clients to do at home with whatever equipment they may or may not have. I can make you an effective workout using just your body if that's all you have! I make my workouts short and intense so they are as effective as possible while not taking up too much of your time. (of course, if you have all the time in the world, I can work with that too!)
How much does this cost?
My hour-long sessions are $40. If you come with a partner, it's $25 each. I always do a complimentary consultation first to see if we are a good fit. There is absolutely no obligation with this first session.
My main focus is on getting my clients in a place of consistency. Whether they exercise every day or only once or twice a week, as long as they are CONSISTENT, they are making progress. It's when you start and stop (with exercise AND good eating habits) that problems come up. I never expect perfection, just good consistent progress. I hold my clients accountable so that they are able to be consistent and work towards their goals without getting distracted or discouraged.
As always, if you have any questions about anything, I encourage you to ask. My e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org, and my phone number is 541.848.2916. Call or text anytime.