One of my ultimate goals for every person I care for is to help them become stronger and more flexible. I offer several videos on my website that are good first steps. Eventually, you will want to consider hiring a personal trainer. I have been working with a trainer for more than 20 years because I, like you, need the oversight and motivation that a trainer provides to get me to show up and be willing to be challenged. Trainers come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some come to your home or office, some train only in a workout studio and others offer zoom sessions. All of them must consider your training goals, age, gender, physical limitations and be responsive to your feedback. Chances are very good that, regardless of who you choose, you will not like training at first but as you begin to move with greater ease and less pain it will make you smile.
Choosing a trainer that is a good fit can be tough. This is where I can help. I have put together a list of trainers that I think can meet your needs and training goals. It is important for you to know that I do not receive compensation for referrals. My only goal is to find the right match so you can successfully become stronger and more flexible. Here is a list of trainers I trust and their websites. After you have browsed through them let’s talk. If you are considering a trainer not on this list I would be happy to evaluate their website and offer an opinion.
Yours in good health,
- Rachel Berger www.pressonperformance.net
- Robin Cason www.c3fitness.net
- Riana Elbel www.ZAPArmy.com
- Ellen Hardin email@example.com (email address)
- Susan Kaminski firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail address)
- Mike Klaus & Suzanne Klaus www.forwardfitnessstl.com
- Anne Thomasson www.gyrotonicstl.com
- Heidi Williams www.realnutritionandfitness.com