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Certified Personal Fitness Trainer & Fitness Nutriition Specialist serving Northern New Jersey since 1997.
Serious about seeing RESULTS?
As your personal trainer I'll ensure that you see things through & reach the goals that you're looking to achieve. Training at home with a well qualified & well experienced personal trainer can help you to reach your goals safely and quickly. Movie stars, celebrities, & pro-athletes work with personal trainers because it's important to their employment. You can workout with a personal trainer right in your home & see that same level of success because it's important to you!
I deliver impressive results right to your doorstep.
You don't have to leave your house to get a great workout!
All the benifits of the GYM,
in the comfort of your HOME.
Providing In home personal training throughout Northern NJ.
What to expect from your first training session:
Lose Weight • Tone Up • Build Muscle
Whatever your fitness goals are, working with the right trainer can help you to reach your goals in the shortest amount of time possible, while keeping your workouts safe & avoiding injury.
Some of the benefits of using a personal trainer include:
Don't have any exercise equipment & you're not interested in having any in your home:
No Problem, I'll provide everything you need for an intense workout. I travel with an assortment of dumbbells, an exercise bench, resistance bands, a Swiss ball, a jump rope, an aerobic step, and more... certainly enough for a challenging workout regardless of your fitness level. Although, at the very least, I would recommend having an exercise mat of your own
You already have your own exercise equipment:
Great, I'll design your workout based on the equipment that you already own.
If you're interested, I can also bring some stuff with me.
You're interested in purchasing your own equipment:
Based on your fitness goals & your budget, I can provide you with a list of recommendations...
or I can pick up everything that you'll need and provide you with the bill.
I'm available for consultation in the planning stages of residential or commercial gym design. Call me to help you design a workout space for your home, school, condo, office building, or anywhere else. I'll work with you to decide what type of equipment would be best suited towards your fitness goals while making the best use of the space provided.
Answers to Common Questions
I'd like to lose 10 pounds in 1 month. Is that a reasonable weight loss goal?
How much weight can I reasonably expect to lose in a given time frame?
Are low carb / high protein diets effective for weight loss, or should I focus on a low fat diet?
What is the best ratio of carbs, protiens, and fats to help promote weight loss?
E-mail me with your questions!
- Constant support & motivation.
- A customized fitness program tailored to meet your specific goals, physical conditions, and limitations.
- Confidence in knowing that each workout sessions is effective & brings you closer to your goals.
- Assurance that you are using proper technique and that your form is being monitored to keep the workout safe.
- Optimized results & minimized risks.
Although there's great debate on the issue of low-carb diets or low-fat diets, there is no consensus that one specific macronutrient ratio will produce any more weight loss than another.
To lose weight, you need to create an energy deficit. Basically take in less calories than your body burns up.
This can be accomplished by eating less, or by being more active, or a combination of both.
When it come to eating less and restricting calories, The National Institute of Health Obesity Education recommends a 300 to 500 calorie reduction from usual intake for people with a BMI between 27 & 35. For people with a BMI over 35, the recommended reduction is 500 to 1,000 calories.
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Type "10 lbs" into google, and here's what it fills in based on popular websites:
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10 lbs in 10 days
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10 lbs in a week!
Although, popular television shows lead us to believe that dramatic weight loss is a reasonable exercise goal, a safe and successful weight loss strategy actually embraces small changes. For the purpose of motivation, it's important that your goals are reasonable & attainable. Also, moderate weight loss definitely represent a more safely achievable goal. Gradual weight loss is more likely to be maintained than rapid weight loss.
The National Academy of Sports Medicine identifies 0.5 to 2 pounds per week as a reasonable rate of weight loss for overweight people, or 10% body weight over a six month period.
To answer the question, is losing 10 lbs in 1 month a reasonable goal:
It depends on what you're starting out at.
- If you weigh 150 lbs & you aren't considered overweight, then the recommendation would be 10% over 6 months
10% of 150 lbs is 15 lbs, so a reasonable goal would be 2.5 lbs a month.
- If you weigh 250 lbs & you're considered overweight, the recommendation of 0.5 to 2 pounds per week puts you between 2 lbs & 8 lbs for the month.
For the average person, 10 pounds in a month is going to be considered extreme weight loss, unless you weigh 600 pounds to begin with. Can it be done? Of course it can. But that doesn't mean it's a reasonable goal. It's rapid weight loss and it will be difficult to maintain, and depending on your weight, it can also be dangerous. If you're starting out at 100 lbs, and you want to lose 10% of your body weight in a month.
Call or text 973.479.6035
Call or text 973-479-6035
for more info.
Workout at home,
train in the park,
or meet at the gym...
Training Programs Available:
One-on-One Personal Fitness Training
Youth Training (ages 5 to 17)
Sport Specific Training
Pre & Post Natal Fitness Programs
Six months from now
you could be
in the best shape of your life!
Fun, affordable, & effective personal training right in your home!
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