Improve the sequence of your exercises to maximise your workout

Did you know that the sequence of your exercises also contribute to results?canstock19417911
You’ll see some dudes in the gym head straight to the preacher curl rack and smash bicep curls as soon as they enter. They’ll get their pipes pumped but that’s it. Or some people might just go for random machines depending on what they are familiar with, or which ones are available.

If you want to see maximum gains in your workouts, planning your routine effectively will ensure that you target the right adaptations your body needs to reach your goal. Whatever your goal may be, putting your exercises in the right order will make your workouts more efficient and effective! It’s a matter of energy management and physiological efficiency.

Here’s a basic sequence that you can adapt and apply to your own routines:

1.) Warm-up/Mobility Drills – the goal of the warm-up is to raise your heart rate up and get your body ready for repetitive movement. Now it’s common practice to just step on a cardio machine for 5 to 10 minutes to warm-up but that may not be enough. Do simple dynamic stretches such as arm rotations, leg swings, hip rotations, etc. You can also use a foam roller to improve your mobility and range of motion before you start your training.

2.) Technical Lifts – for advanced lifters, always start with highly technical lifts such as the snatch, clean and press, overhead squats, plyometrics, etc. This will help you focus on your form and reduce chances of injury. These high impact lifts are great to get your heart rate and metabolism up fast, and burn more calories in a short amount of time. They are also great for building muscle mass and bulk.

3.) Compound Free Weight Exercises – these are exercises that move on 2 or more joints such as the Squat, Bench Press, Deadlift, Barbell Rows, etc. They are ‘big lifts’ but are less intense. The heavier you lift on these compound free weight exercises, the faster it raises your metabolism. You use up more muscle groups on these exercises and use more calories so you want to make sure your body has fresh energy to do them.

4.) Compound Machine Exercises – now that you’re done with the main course, you want to keep on working major muscle groups but with less impact on your body (neurological system, joints, etc.). Machine exercises work by focusing on the same muscle groups but adds support to your technique and form.

5.) Isolated exercises (free weight or machine) – these would be the ‘easy’ part of your workout where you do exercise specific to a muscle or muscle group such as pectoral fly, bicep curl, side raises, etc. These exercises are meant to ‘isolate’ or focus on a specific muscle. People who want to build bulk and muscle mass need these types of exercises in their training program.

141_16.) Cool down and stretch – after doing an intense exercise session, you have to cool down to normalise your heart rate. Cool down may also help reduce soreness after your workout. Focus on holding static stretches and improving your flexibility. Stretching properly after an intense workout session helps reduce soreness and muscle tightness, and may aid in recovery.



It may seem much but when you follow a good Training Program tailored to your goals and needs, your workout will be smooth and efficient. Train smart and you’ll get the results you want sooner!!

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5 Misconceptions about Online Fitness Coaching.

online-coachingOnline Fitness Coaching is a new trend in the Fitness Industry that you may or may not have heard about. Simply, it is a coaching program where a client gets training advice, direction, and motivation remotely from a Personal Trainer mainly through means of email, social media, and phone or Skype calls.  This removes almost all of the obstacles clients face when working with a Personal Trainer to maximize their workout and reach their goal. Imagine having a Personal Trainer who will help you with your exercise program, give you instructions on how to do the exercises, and even motivate you through your workouts without the hassle of finding that spot in your busy schedule just to spend an hour with your trainer! You also have the luxury of getting not just a certified, but a qualified Coach to help you. You see, when you go to a gym and look ask for a trainer, the management will only give you the most available trainer to fill in their empty schedule, but not necessarily qualified to help you reach your goals. That is where horrible gym stories with Personal Trainers originate! If you take advantage of the technology of today, you can get a great trainer wherever you are in the world without the hassle and for less cost!

You can get the same expertise, direction, and support that you need to reach your goals from Online Fitness Coaching! However, there are still some misconceptions about remote coaching that makes people think that Online Fitness Coaching won’t work for them. I hope after reading this, you’ll realize how valuable Online Fitness Coaching is and that it is one of the best options you have to help you reach your goals!

Here are the Top 5 Misconceptions about Online Fitness Coaching:

1) Any Personal Training, including Online, is expensive.

72c233b13ebebbac25dd2206653997402750cc36c9c71aa0fa6d9ef86ed99a11Personal Training can be quite pricey.  A single session with a Personal Trainer at a local gym would cost at least $40 an hour. At the gym that I work with, a session is only 25 minutes long for the same price! The price goes up depending on the Trainer’s level, qualifications, and the kind of gym you go to. Some Personal Trainers can charge up to $200 an hour! And another thing, the gym where the Personal Trainer works at probably adds cost to their fee like overhead charge, maintenance, membership, and other admin fees. To successfully reach your goal, you ideally want to train twice a week with your Personal Trainer at a minimum. This means that you have to cash out $240.00 to $1600.00 per month just to spend an hour with your Trainer! Of course, there are the reasons for the price and what matters is the value. Ask yourself, ‘Am I making progress? Do I see results? Is my time with my Trainer worth it?’ Now, the good thing about Online Fitness Coaching is that you can connect with a Trainer without the extra costs associated with the gym they work at.  The trainer delivers the same advice and expertise for a lower price. Online Fitness Coaching costs at an average of $100.00 per month. This reduction in price is due to the fact that the Trainer obviously doesn’t spend one whole hour with you per session, but instead uses that precious time to make your daily or weekly program, give you updates, answer your email questions, and send you motivating emoticons! Online Fitness Coaching is a very affordable alternative to Personal Training for you without compromising on quality.

2) My Trainer won’t see if I’m doing the exercises correctly or check my form through Online Coaching.

tumblr_mc2vyc8d3G1rita9ao1_400This one is a very reasonable concern – you hire a Personal Trainer mainly to supervise your exercises and workouts to see if you are doing them correctly and efficiently to reach your goal, and that you won’t hurt yourself. How can this be possible if your Trainer is not currently present with you in the gym while you workout? The answer to that is how well you maximize technology to your advantage! With Online Fitness Coaching, your trainer will give you all the information and exercise instruction that you need for your workout to be successful. This includes your daily workout routine, how to do each exercise, videos, and coaching instructions. Your program is updated each week (depending on your trainer’s program), and your trainer is available to you 24/7 with a click of a button! If you have any question that you want to ask your trainer, or if you are not sure if you did the exercise correctly, simply take a short video of yourself doing the exercise or even just write down your concern and send it to your Online Fitness Coach. Exercising is not rocket science, and you will only hurt yourself in the gym if you try unguided and unsupervised stuff that you see from the internet. Online Fitness Coaching maintains that much needed guidance and supervision that you get from hiring an in-person Personal Trainer, for less cost!

3) It’s the same as watching videos through YouTube or DVD’s

giphy During the 80’s and 90’s, aerobics became the trend in the Fitness Industry to promote the pursuit of health and fitness to a large number of people. Aerobics is a form of rhythmic, sometimes dance-like, routine of exercises that aimed to address strength, endurance, and flexibility at the same time.  It is usually done in a group class (thereby promoting fitness to more people) and is led by a single fitness instructor. As technology improved in the 90’s, you don’t need to attend a physical class every time you want to do aerobics – you can just buy a video of your favorite fitness instructor like Jane Fonda or Billy Blanks and do the aerobics workout at the comfort of your home! This may be one of the earliest form of Remote Fitness Training where you don’t need to be with a trainer or fitness instructor physically to do an hour or so of exercise.  But, remote fitness coaching has greatly improved from that stage. With Online Fitness Coaching you can talk with your trainer about your individual needs and specific goals. You won’t be aimlessly following some awkward and confusing steps, but you will be doing a custom-tailored exercise program that is tailored to your needs and goals.

4) I don’t have access to a gym so I can’t do the exercises my Coach will  give me.

plank w babyThe gym is an ideal place for people to go to if they are seeking to improve their physique, reach a higher level of  fitness, and reach their goal. But, the gym is not the only place to go to. One of the amazing advantages of Online Fitness Coaching is that you don’t always need a gym to work out! This is great for you if you are staying at home and is busy taking care of your kids, or if you are someone who is always away for a business trip, or if you will be going to a long vacation but still want to keep up with your training.  In any case, Online Fitness Coaching gives you freedom because you can train anywhere you are in the world, anytime. Whether it’s your living room, backyard, garage, hotel gym, or any park outside, you can have your training program and exercises custom made to fit your current needs. The program is flexible, so you can have days where you train at a gym, and days you train off and away. This also gives you accountability and motivation because you have less excuse not to work out! Even if you have a scheduled trip, your Online Fitness Coaching program can be modified to be aligned with your schedule.

5) I can do it myself.

newbie-759x500Now, you may think that you can easily search the internet, look up exercises and workouts through Google, and develop your own exercise routine. Guess what? you can do that and you can be successful at it! Whatever workout routine you make may work for you for a week or for a few months, and you may even see results, but eventually your body will adapt to it and you’ll need to apply some sort of progression to your workout. You can do it yourself, but whatever result or progress you see will only last for a while. It will take a longer time to get to your goal. Online Fitness Coaching provides expertise in exercise programming, goal setting, and motivational coaching to help you reach your goals faster. There will also be a higher level of accountability because you still have to let your trainer know how you did each workout week, or how you did with your diet for the past days. You see, it’s not about whether you can do it yourself or not, but it’s about the expert guidance, advice, and motivation that you’ll get from Online Fitness Coaching


Online Fitness Coaching has been in the Fitness Industry and is thriving because it works and people have seen results through this alternative to Personal Training. Train with direction, guidance, and advice from an expert trainer that you can trust! Fitness Coaching for Me provides this opportunity for people to access Personal Training wherever you are in the world, for a fraction of the cost! Try out our Package 1: Novice program for only $7.50 CDN per workout if you want to train 3x a week! Subscribe for four weeks and we guarantee your satisfaction, or you get your money back! Subscribe here or contact us for more information.


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Fitness Coaching for Me’s Guide to Gym Etiquette

newbie-759x500The Gym is a place that encourages each individual to be at their element: to work hard, push more, and strive for perfection. But everyone should remember that the Gym is a shared space where everyone has the same privileges and accountability as anyone else.


Sometimes, people go beast mode on their workout, and remain like beasts after they train, leaving a trail of their remains behind – used dumbbells on the floor, scattered plates, and the dreaded butt-sweat stamp. I am sure that whatever gym you go to, there will always be at least one beast like this! It is annoying, and plain wrong to be such.  To minimize the spread of these creatures, Fitness Coaching for Me has come up with 5 Simple Ways to Practice Gym Etiquette. There are no rule books on how to behave yourself in a gym while also doing your best. We don’t need one. Politeness and acceptable behavior should be practiced even when you’re going all out on your reps. There are other ways to practice gym etiquette, but we think these 5 should be basic:

  1. Respect the no-lift zone

Don’t EVER lift a weight within 5 feet of the dumbbell rack. It doesn’t matter if you’re doing Side Raises, Bicep Curls, or Goblet Squats — Pick up your weights and take 5 giant steps back. Allow other people to walk in front of you and pick up the weight they need. Now you might say, “I need to check my form in the mirror!Well, you don’t need a close-up look on how your veins pop each rep, right? Take those 5 steps away from the rack and from the mirror, and you’ll still see your form well. You’re just doing one set of 8 reps? It doesn’t matter. Don’t be rude. Step back and finish your quick set so that other people have access to the dumbbells.

Special note: Never do a Dumbbell Bent-Over Row on the dumbbell rack. If you do this, you’re taking the “bell” out of the dumbbell to describe yourself. Find a bench and do your rows! If you say the weight is too heavy to move somewhere else, then heavy lifting is not for you.

 Compare the two photos below. Get the point?



  1. Avoid the “Ab zone”

Most gyms have a designated area for mats, balls, stability balls, medicine balls, etc. These specialty equipment have their special place because it can pose risks when used together with solid, metal objects. Don’t bring heavy weights into that area. It’s designated for stretching and ab work. By taking up the designated space you force other people to take up your space (see point #3).


  1. Keep your mats out of the way.

Don’t set up a mat in between two benches in the free weight zone and do crunches unless you want a weight dropped on your head! It’s inconsiderate, and just plain dangerous not just for you but for other people as well. If you’re doing a circuit or something, find another area that has less traffic. The size of the Gym doesn’t matter – there will be one.

Even if the gym is empty, set up your mat out of the way. Either stick to the “ab zone” or place your mat in a corner out of the way. Think pro-actively. Where might somebody want to work out over the course of your set? Don’t set up there.

 And no, you don’t have to do this:


Or this:


  1. Avoid walking in front of somebody else in the middle of a set.

If somebody is in the middle of their set NEVER cross their field of vision when they are in front of the mirror. It doesn’t matter if they look like they’re just adoring their biceps. Be nice and take the long way around if you have to. Respect other people, and you’ll get respected too when it’s your turn to lift. If you can’t take the long way around, wait for them to finish their set before walking in front.


  1. Put your weights away properly.

I know you might think this should be number one because it is the most common, but these 5 are not in sequence of importance. It is frustrating how other people don’t put their weights back after they finish using them. It is also frustrating how they might put the dumbbells back on the rack, but not in their proper place! Don’t assume that someone will ‘clean-up’ after the weights you leave on the floor.  Most importantly, don’t expect other gym members to just pick up the weight their need from your area. The gym is maintained for everyone’s satisfaction and so that you will have an efficient workout. Imagine if you can’t find the weights you need! Each equipment whether it’s a barbell, dumbbell, weight plate, medicine ball, or mat, have their own designated place so that they could be easily accessed when you need them. Be mindful of how the gym is arranged and maintained, and do your best to keep it.


If you have been going to the gym for a while now, I’m sure there’s at least one occasion where you have seen one of these 5 have been broken – or worse, maybe all of them at once! Or you may be one of those people who tend to be too focused on their workout that they forget to share the space and resources of the gym. Don’t be offended. Be better than before, and simply follow this guide on your following workouts.

Remember that you are training to be fit for life! Be courteous to others and put your weights back to their rightful place.

Train Hard, but most importantly, Train Smart.
* Do you have other ‘rules’ that you think should be added in the list? Let us know in the comments!

How to Get Results From Your Workouts? Develop These Habits!

We all train for a goal in mind. At the end of the day, everyone wishes to reach whatever goal that goal is! But results don’t show that easy. Most often, people fall off after just a few weeks of training when they don’t see the results they expect! It takes hard work, commitment, and perseverance. A lot of them. 124

I’m sharing a list of habits that will help you develop hard work, commitment, perseverance, and motivate you to continue training until it all pays off. These habits are based from established principles of training that elite coaches and athletes have been following for decades in their training. Elite athletes reach a high level of fitness simply because they follow these principles and commit to do them every training day.  Now I don’t expect you to automatically do them once you set foot in the gym or start your workouts at home. Patiently develop these habits and they will reward you with results!


  1. Use a Training Log.

Coaches record their athletes’ training and progress every training day, every season, every championship or loss. When you exercise, you can easily see the areas where you are improving or where you need to grow if your training is written down. Use a notebook, training journal, or take advantage of technology and download an app. It’s hard to remember all of the specifics: weight, tempo, and repetitions. Writing everything down on a training log will give you direction every time you come to train so you don’t feel lost.


  1. Focus on your Goal and Vision.

It’s easy to be distracted once you start exercising. Always keep your goal in mind whenever you start your workouts. Imagine yourself reaching your goal whether you want to lose weight or put on muscle before and during your workouts. There will be times that you want to quit. Always remember why you’re working so hard! Close your eyes and visualize where you want to be then push yourself to work harder to reach it!

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  1. shutterstock_214172668-e1421699464703Be Consistent.

I’m sure that you’ve searched the internet and found a hundred other workout programs. There are a lot of people who will make a lot of fantastical promises pertaining to the results of their programs. And there will always be a “trending” workout that you’ll see in Instagram or Facebook. As a result, you’ll certainly feel a desire to change the current program that you’re on because you think that another you read about is better. Don’t. Stay on the course. Consistency is the key to success.


  1. Be Committed.

When you get in the gym, you’ll see people training differently than you. Some people might even approach you and tell you that their training worked for them so you should follow that instead. Guess what… Most people in the gym don’t know what they’re doing but many are good at pretending that they do! If they do know what they’re doing, they should also know about the principles of Individuality and Specificity which says that each individual is different and have their specific needs, goals, and fitness levels. So whatever program that may have worked for them doesn’t necessarily mean that it will work for you. Also, they should be familiar with another principle: “mind your own business.” Be committed to the workout that you’re currently doing and it will reward you in due time.

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  1. Progressive Overload.

Simply put, progressive overload refers to making everything a little harder each workout. Ideally you’re going to get a little bit better every time that you step foot in the gym on your path to packing on muscle. Progressive overload doesn’t just refer to weight. Common ways to use progressive overload include: using a heavier load, using the same load for more repetitions, doing the same amount of work in less time, performing more sets with the same load, using the same load through an increase in range of motion. These are certainly not the only ways but some of the most common to ensure continued progress. On the other hand, keep the word “progression” in mind every time you’re tempted to do more. Your body takes time to adapt but it will. You’ll get stronger, faster, fitter, and better.


  1. Rest and Recover.newbie-759x500

Even elite athletes need time to rest. When you start exercising, you will actually be breaking muscle fibers and get your nervous system tired as you push yourself. Take note of this: your body grows stronger during rest and recovery periods. Ignoring rest periods can be a limiting factor in your progress. Not only is it important to efficiently use your time but also to maximize a desired training response.


  1. Don’t Overdo it.

One of the positive after-effects of exercise is the release of endorphins, or the ‘happy hormones.’ It’s a chemical response of the body that results to a combined sense of achievement, satisfaction, and relief. You’ll see that exercise feels good, but don’t overdo it. Most people who find exercise as a struggle usually stayed on the cardio machine too much, or did too many reps than required.  Don’t think that more is better. It isn’t. Just enough is better. Get in. Work hard. Get out. Rest. Do it again.

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  1. Practice Makes Perfect.

Elite athletes do the same drills every single day. In this way, their bodies adapt to the movement and develop muscle memory. When start going to the gym regularly, you’ll meet people who have been working out for years yet never seem to show any major improvements in body composition or strength. Often the reason is that these people are always going for a record (i.e., always want to lift heavy). Training in the gym should be viewed as practice – a place where you continually work to improve. Dial in your technique and control the weight concentrating on feeling your muscle contract through each rep.


  1. Ask for a Spotter.

A spotter is someone who assists you on exercises and watches your form. They are helpful especially on complex exercises and when you go heavy. Some lifters feel like using a spotter demonstrates a lack of confidence. This could not be further from the truth. A spot can help build confidence and also allow you to push yourself further on certain sets whether it comes from verbal encouragement. Some movements, such as the bench press, often require a spotter to help lift the bar off of the pins in order to keep the lifter safe. Don’t be afraid to ask for a spot especially during sets later on in the workout. A good spotter will help you keep to your prescribed tempo.


  1. Focus on Technique, Not Weight.

Sacrificing proper technique for more weight will hinder your progress. It’s also a great way to get hurt. Common thinking is you need to add more weight to the bar if you want to put on more muscle but it isn’t true. Proper technique often recruits more muscle in addition to being safe on the joints ensuring that you don’t get hurt.


  1. Note Your Weaknesses and Improve on Them.

Great Coaches know not just their athletes’ strengths, but also their weaknesses. The Coach make their athlete do some work on their strength, and a lot more work on their weaknesses. There’s a trap that we all fall prey to where we like to do things that we’re good at and avoid things that we aren’t. It’s a vicious cycle. Stick to the program. There will be things that you aren’t good at. Embrace it. Take note of them and work harder. That’s how you improve. 

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  1. Patience.

Tempo. Repetitions. Frequency. These stuff require a lot of patience to keep doing. Follow the indicated repetitions in the program to get the desired response from your body. Most importantly, take note of the Tempo: this is both the most important and most ignored variable of training. You will see that the guidelines will be very specific. Stick to it. This is cliché but remember that top athletes are not born, they are made.


Great results don’t come easy. If they do, then everyone would be ripped, jacked, and joining the Ninja Warrior! That’s not how it is. You got to train hard, work hard, rest, then repeat. Try to add these habits to your routine one at a time and see how fast you progress as you practice!

Keep it up!

-Coach Billy

Your Weight Doesn’t (Always) Matter.

weight-scale-funny-picturesAs a trainer in a gym, I always see people checking their weight every time they come in – before, during, and after their workouts. There’s nothing wrong with keeping track of your weight and trying to lose some, but there are a few who get obsessed and frustrated when the numbers don’t move!

Maybe you yourself have been in one of those situations where you thought you always crush your strength training, do an hour or more cardio, kill your HIIT, be consistent in your workouts, yet all your efforts doesn’t seem to affect your weight. This might make you feel unrewarded in the short term, and sometimes lose motivation.

Remember this:

“Your Weight is not a direct result of your Workouts.”


Instead of sulking in a corner and feeling disappointed, always keep in mind that there are other accurate factors to measure your progress. It’s not all about your weight! Here are some reasons why:

1) Your Weight Fluctuate EVERY DAY.
It doesn’t matter how long you stay on the Treadmill, or how much squats you did – your weight will vary, and will keep varying everyday. Simple things that happen every day like eating, drinking, sweating, etc. causes your body to gain or lose some. For women, you will see fluctuations of a few pounds throughout a month. If you still want to measure your Weight, write each measurement with the date on a journal and compare it on a monthly basis.

2) Your Weight Means TOTAL Body Weight.
Remember this when you step on the scale: You are not composed of just muscle, bones, and fat.
What the weighing scale shows is a combination of these three, plus every single cell of your body. It includes your internal organs, skin, hair, etc., and even the food you just ate. Think of this: the weighing scale shows how much weight you gained after eating (or drinking), but it does not mean they’re all get stuck in your body and become fat. Most of the food digested will be converted to energy, some to maintain and rebuild tissues such as muscles, and some will be excreted (or go down the ‘can’).

3) Muscle Weighs More than Fat.
You probably heard this before. But I’ll tell you that this is a common misconception! I just wrote it because it’s what some Personal Trainers (unfortunately) always say to potential clients to somehow make them feel good about their weight: ‘Muscle weighs more than Fat.’

It is wrong in the sense that one pound of muscle is the same as one pound of fat. The difference is, fat is composed of bigger, ‘fluffier‘ cells, and one pound of Fat takes more space. Also the kind of fat that you want to get rid of is the ‘subcutaneous fat’ – the Fat that is just hanging onto your skin. Take a look at the picture below:

See what I mean? The same amount of fat in terms of weight takes up more space than Muscle. Of course, those 5 lbs. of fat is distributed all throughout the body, but it’s still taking up space and adding jiggles. Muscle is more dense and they actually give the contours of your body. If you want to look slimmer, jacked, and toned you got to go for muscles!

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4) Food is Fuel.
Your body is more awesome and complex than any machine ever invented. It always goes for ‘homeostasis‘ or balance in its system for it to function properly. And like any machine, it needs fuel. Whatever food you give to your body, whether good or bad, it uses for fuel.
If you have a nice sports car in your garage, you don’t just feed it crappy, low quality fuel. You want the best hi-tech, hi-grade fuel that you can find. Same applies to your body. If you feed it crappy food, it will take longer for your body to use it and it sits in your body for a while, affecting your weight! If you treat your body and give it the right food, your body will be more efficient in digesting them and give you the energy you need for your workouts!

5) Weight is Not a Reflection of Health.
You read it right. Your body weight doesn’t say if you’re healthy or not. You are probably thinking right now ‘What about the BMI?’ or the Body Mass Index. The problem with the BMI is that it was designed to assess the health of a large population, and should not be used in a per-person basis. Even the guy who invented it in the 19th century, the Belgian statistician Lambert Adolphe Jacques Quetelet, said it shouldn’t be used to determine an individual’s overall health (yes, he was a mathematician, not a doctor). So you can stop aiming for an ideal weight for your height. It just doesn’t work that way.

Look at the guy below. He probably weighs a good 300 lbs.
I bet you won’t dare tell him he’s ‘Obese’ according to his BMI.


Get the point? Now, some of you may think ‘I don’t want to look like that!’ — remember, he’s about 300 lbs of muscle. An average person would weigh around 120 to 180 lbs. Maintain that weight and go for muscle, and you’ll simply look toned and jacked.


You can keep track of your weight but don’t obsess about it. The weighing scale doesn’t tell who you are and what you’re about! Don’t let numbers affect you!

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Use the numbers you see from the weighing scale to track your long-term progress. Remember that there are other things that give you a more accurate measurement of your gains like your strength, stamina, body circumference measurements, how your clothes fit, and even how you feel. Keep working hard. Make every workout count. Be consistent in your diet. Eventually you’ll get rewarded and get the nice toned, jacked look that you’ve worked hard for.

Fitness Coaching for Me can help you reach your goals. We’re here to provide you not just cookie-cutter programs, but custom made training plans that fit your needs and goals. We can help you figure out how to work on your nutrition so that you can reach your goals faster. It doesn’t matter whether your goal is to lose weight, gain muscle, or simply look good — we have the right tools for you!

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Choose this package if you’re just starting out to exercise, or if you haven’t been to the gym for a long time and you want to get back. You’ll be comfortable following the cardio and strength training workouts to bring back your mojo until you’re ready to level up your training. You can upgrade to Expert or Elite anytime you want.


This one is for you if you have a goal in mind and a deadline to reach. If you have been working out for a while and you want to get serious with your training, then choose the EXPERT PACKAGE. You can’t outrun or outwork bad eating habits, so pair up your training with expert nutrition advice and you’ll reach your goal soon. Whether your goal is to lose weight, gain muscle, or just simply to look good and you’re ready to get serious, this one is for you.


You have been a gym rat most of your life but you may have reached a plateau. You want to finally join that competition – a bodybuilding event, a marathon, a a race, or you just want to be at your best self. Choose the ELITE PACKAGE to access full support from your Coach and train like an athlete!