Typical Client ProfileI will start by stating that there is no such a thing as a "typical" client! Each client is an individual and has different goals, needs, medical histories, body compositions, fitness levels .... the list goes on.
And I treat each client as an individual. Each of my programs are tailored to each individual client and all of my working sessions with my clients are one-on-one and last an hour at a time.
I work with a wide range of people. Feel free to Contact Me and discuss your specific needs, concerns and goals. Here are a few sample profiles of recent clients that I have had. I have provided this to demonstrate the type of challenges I deal with. You probably will not match either of these profiles, but a least you will understand what type of challenges I am comfortable dealing with in my practice. Here goes:
- A Middle aged female who recently had a post total hip replacement. She had been sidelined by the surgery for an extended period and wanted to get back to her former more active lifestyle.
- A middle aged, de-conditioned male looking to lose weight and learn an exercise program that they can do independently at home.
- A post-menopausal woman looking to tone up, lose fat, and gain muscle, bone density and confidence.
Personal Stories: From My ClientsI have had the privilege to help many people like Danielle, Pauline, Joyce, Nancy and Aline achieve their health and fitness goals. I wanted to share their stories with you.
I believe that they are inspirational because, in each case, they overcame a challenge and met their goal of being fit, healthy and happy. Each person was dealing with the challenges of osteoporosis: the risk of fracture, the potential loss of their independence and the fear of not being as fit and active as they have been throughout their lives.
Some of them needed to go on medication to address their bone density. But, in the end, each discovered that they needed to adopt a bone-friendly lifestyle that incorporated a healthy diet and the proper exercise program.
A common theme in these stories is that each person eventually committed themselves to a regular exercise program that was targeted at building stronger bones. In each case, their bone health improved, the person was able to continue an active life, and there was an improved sense of wellbeing. By learning how to take control of her bone health, each experienced the satisfaction that comes with empowerment.