I’m committed to the health, balance, and well-being of mind, body, and spirit; taking special consideration when designing safe fitness programs that consider the functional capacity for each individual’s needs. The curriculums are designed to safely progress any person to his or her goals by using integrated training methods. Through a systematic and progressive program, structural imbalances are corrected by incorporating stabilization, strength, and power training techniques.

The stabilization phase of the program addresses muscular imbalances, stabilization of joints, overall posture, and neuromuscular efficiency.

The strength training phase focuses on enhancing stabilization endurance, increasing muscle size, and maximizing strength.

The power phase of the program targets necessary forms of training for maximum force production and the development of speed, power, and agility.

All phases are important to minimize injury and maximize results. Through these innovative fitness and lifestyle programs, I strive to inspire and support you in your commitment to enhancing the quality of your life.


You may have heard the term “Kinetic Chain” referenced when talking about exercise. That’s because it produces movement through a careful combination of three very important body systems. The three systems within the human body responsible for movement are the nervous, skeletal and muscular system. All three components must work together to produce movement. If one fails to work properly it affects other systems, ultimately affecting the body’s ability to produce efficient movement.

The Nervous System

Think of the nervous system as a communication network within the human body. This network allows the body to gather information as well as respond to it. The nervous system has to recruit muscles and learn movement patterns among other things. For the body’s nervous system to work to its full capacity it too has to be trained. Training the body’s proprioceptive abilities will result in the improvement of balance, coordination and posture.

The Skeletal System

Our bones give us shape, form and support, but that’s not all. They also provide protection, the ability to move, it stores minerals, and even produces blood for the body. The skeletal system’s’ ability to grow, mature and function is directly connected to the status of our posture, physical activity and nutrition.Bone is living tissue and when forced to work against gravity they react by becoming stronger. The vitality of your bones are dependent on achieving peak bone mass which can be accomplished through weight-bearing exercises.

The Muscular System

​Muscles are the movers and stabilizers of our bodies and have very complex chemical and functional structures. Motor units stimulate muscles to move through a series of steps starting with chemical messengers known as neurotransmitters. Once the nervous system delivers information through neurons the muscles will generate tension and manipulate the skeletal system, completing the cycle of movement production. As you condition and train the body it is important to maintain the functional balance to preserve proper posture, keep muscles at their proper length, ensure proper joint motion, maximizing force production, and reducing the risk of injury and muscle imbalances.

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Cardiovascular Training
Core Training
Plyometric Training

Weight Training
Speed, Agility & Quickness Training
Resistance Training
Balance and Stability
Flexibility Training



Improves cardiorespiratory efficiency

Enhances endocrine functions

Increases metabolic efficiency

Increases bone density

Improves the Delivery of Oxygen to Tissue, Muscles

Lowers the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

Increases Blood Circulation

Prevents High Blood Pressure

The Release of Toxins


Decreases body fat

Increases lean body mass (muscle)

Increases tissue tensile strength

Increases Confidence and Self-Esteem

Weight Control

Improve Muscle Strength









Improves Energy Levels

Improves your Sex Life

Boosts your Endurance

Reduces Stress
Improves Sleep


Metabolic Syndrome

Type 2 Diabetes



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You Need Motivation.

You will reach a point when you are going to need to top your best! It can be challenging to push past these thresholds but a personal trainer will motivate, inspire, and give you the incentive you need to take it to the next level. A personal trainer will hold you accountable to your goals and won’t accept excuses. It’s hard to give up with a coach; that is why, it’s more likely that you’ll keep up with the workouts, scheduled appointments, nutrition, and stay consistent and true to your goals.


Designing an individualized, systematic, integrated fitness program can only be accomplished by having an understanding of your goals, needs, and abilities. The information necessary to create the right program comes through a proper fitness assessment. The fitness assessments provide an ongoing way for us to determine your current health and fitness level. Ensuring that fitness program goals are constantly being monitored and evaluated to make sure your health and wellness goals are achieved.

Getting started is simple.

OPTION 1: Contact me and I will take care of the rest.

OPTION 2: Schedule a FREE consultation on line.