I’ve created hundreds of workout plans for women through the years. Some for the gym, some for at home and some to get them ready for a significant event in their life like a wedding or graduation.
I honestly love what I do. It comes naturally, it helps me be creative and solve problems, and it helps us financially as I stay at home.
But, personal training isn’t for everyone. And if I could give you the best piece of advice, it would be to truly know yourself before thinking you have to “sign up” for one more thing.
Ask yourself these questions as you consider hiring a fitness trainer:
1. How are you best motivated? In groups? Alone?
2. Where do you like to exercise? At home? Gym?
3. What is your budget and can it be sustained over multiple months?
By asking yourself a few questions, you can figure out how you are going to make lasting changes in your fitness.
I would love to help you in your fitness goals or at least help you determine which way you should go. Check out what a few of my clients have said about working with me:
“I thought I was in good shape before because I ran and took tennis classes. I am so much stronger now and my body is much more toned than I was before. I feel strong and I love to work out.” – Anne L
“Kelli does an excellent job of challenging her clients! And I learned so many new exercises! It never got boring. This was good for someone just getting into exercise or a seasoned person like me. This was a little difficult for me – doing an online boot camp. Even though we posted each day, I really prefer the “in person” experience. But I thought the overall experience was great! I got alot out of it.” – Theresa
This could be YOU saying it! The time is now. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org set up a time to chat to see where you will be most successful!