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I am a Marine and I have witness the effects of depression and feeling of hopeless among fellow marines and I too have times of great anxiety. I have found that powerlifting and fitness empowered me to be great. I have learned to teach other to correct their habits of movement to relieve pain in areas such as the neck, lower back, and general legs. I want to replicate this experience to anyone with an open mind and/or wants to become stronger.
I offer a personal training service that focuses on building strength and build self-confidence through fitness and weight training. Through my years of training various people, I have found that most people do not know that they have mobility issues and insecurities about their self image. By creating an environment that allows people to feel safe and educated about the power strength training can give, I believe that people will be enlightened and truly achieve the greatest version of themselves.
WHY I DO PERSONAL TRAINING
Weight training, powerlifting at the moment, has given me a sense of belonging. I believe in creating a community for the average person which what I believe are office workers or people who are sedentary to be have a feeling of being strong, confident, and mobile.
How many people as they age have issues just getting up every morning? How many people wake up and not have anything to look forward for the rest of the day, week, or month? How many people people have confident issues?
I have personally resolved these issues with the help of fitness and education of the body. I want to provide an path for personal growth that goes hand and hand with the success of your fitness goal.
HOW I CHANGE LIVES
Thorough. 3 day splits. 4 day split. 6 day split. Custom towards your fitness goals
Macros. 5-2. Clean eating. Keto. Paleo. Vegetarian. Pescatarian
How can I realistically incorporate this plan into your daily life?
Keys to success
What's your goal?
Weight loss. Transformation. Strength. Confidence. Nutrition. Powerlifting.
How do you want to measure your success?
MyFitnessPal. Food scale. Body scale. Tape measurements. Photos. RepCount. Strength. Body fat percentage.
If you want to make a transformation, such as weight loss and gain strength, I went into USMC boot camp in April 2012 at 150 pounds and running a 1.5 miles 12-14 minutes to about 135 pounds running 3 miles sub 20 minutes. For 2016, I worked out for leisure and a stress manager. I gained about 25 pounds and became 170 pounds in order to gain strength, but ultimately because I let go. As of January 31, 2017, I'm back to 158 pounds just as strong but with a better physique. My goal is to stabilize 150-155 by April 2017. Let me guide you to your fitness goals.
If you've reach a goal, you have won. Right? Winning is an individual concept. My job as a trainer is to figure out what your "goal/win" is and "reverse engineer" it so I can teach you step by step how you can WIN and ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL. I am fond of teaching the foundations of nutrition and the big 3: squat, bench press, and deadlift. If you want to prep for a powerlifting meet, you're in good hands. I found powerlifting in the summer of 2015 and regained some weight to be about 145-150 pounds. By the end of 2015 I was able to squat 2.55 times my bodyweight, bench press 1.86 times my bodyweight, and deadlift 3 times my bodyweight in competition.
Powerlifting is my personal fitness activity that makes me feel empowered. It has a quantifiable number you can see that shows your improvements by the weeks. I want to show you how it can change your life.
Proper stretching and trigger point therapy will help you move like you are back in high school. Wouldn't that be awesome? Teaching breathing and self-awareness are my keys to improving mobility. Contact me for a free assessment.
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