Experience is important, I've spent my personal training career focusing on seniors and post-phsical therapy clients.
* ACSM Certified Personal Trainer
* W.I.T.S. Certified Personal Trainer
* AFAA Certified Group Fitness Trainer
* Silver Sneaker Flex Instructor
* Senior Fitness Specialist
* 2013 Personal Trainer of the Year (Eco Gym)
Illinois Bone and Joint Institue - Morton Grove, IL
Personal Trainer 2015-present
Working with the physical therapists in the rehab gym, I help post-physical therapy and senior clients regain the strength, balance, flexibility and overall wellbeing they once had. Using physical therapy techniques and special exercise adaptions I've improved the quality of life of all of my clients.
McGaw YMCA - Evanston, IL
Personal Trainer 2014-present
Duties include performing fitness assessments, then designing exercise regiments, programs and goal targets for club members. Instructing proper exercise techniques for both free weights and other fitness equipment. Design and instruction of stretching and foam rolling group fitness sessions.
Eco Gym - Glenview, IL
Personal Trainer 2013-2014
Duties include performing fitness assessments and creating exercise prescriptions new club members. Consult with new and existing clients about their goals and aspirations. Design exercise programs for personal training clients to reach their goals.
Personal training, in your home, for post-physical therapy, weight management, and senior clients.
Strength training increases independence, combats Osteoapenia and Osteoporosis and promotes a larger range-of-motion.
Balance and Agility Training
Balance and agility training can help "fall proof" older and weaker individuals.
Good core strength is a key component of every movement we do, yet is usually neglected.
What makes Fitness Therapy different from other training companies
No need to travel to us, we bring everything to you. Make the most of your time and schedule sessions at your convenience.
Every client gets their own specific workout based on their needs and goals. There is no "one size fits all."
Weekly progress reports lets the client or family members know how the client is progressing and give encouragement to reach and exceed goals.