40 FIT | Personal Training For 40+ Year Olds
A Guided, No-Fail Path To REAL Weight Loss
Burn stubborn fat and get lean and toned
Have more energy for you and your family
Sleep better. Be healthier
Regain lost confidence and dominate the room
Create results that finally stick
Increase your energy levels
What Is Your Main Priority?
What do you want to accomplish with my help as your personal trainer? Let me know all of your goals, and exactly what you want. The better I know this information, the better I’ll be able to help you.
When it comes to life, your family and work are your main priorities. Throughout the duration of our training, fitness needs to be a close second. Friends, alcohol and social eating need to be limited until your goals have been achieved.
Let's Make Exercise More Engaging
In my 22 years of experience as a personal trainer, there is one main factor that keeps people away from gyms; they don’t like exercising. This is consistently the biggest factor that keeps people from hitting their goals.
After talking, it’s no surprise why they don’t like exercise. They’re doing all of the wrong stuff; endless cardio, exercises that hurt and exercises that are too advanced.
Combine this with a lack of tangible results, due to a lack of knowledge, and you’ve got yourself a recipe for failure. Let’s make exercise more engaging. This way, you won’t lose focus.
Personal Training Space Is Limited
I can only work with a small number of people. This way, my schedule can stay flexible and I can provide a higher quality service. With that being said, personal training sessions are first come, first serve. If you're ready to take your fitness to the next level, apply to start personal training today!
What Do You Want To Accomplish?
Margaret didn't touch a weight until she was 40 years old. Look at her now; it's never too late to start.
Now, 10 years later, Margaret enjoyed the quality of life improvements. She’s more mobile and flexible, and doesn’t constantly feel “tight” from the moment she wakes up.
Margaret discovered that she likes feeling strong, and she likes challenging herself. Even more, she likes the constant compliments she receives from people around her: “I can’t believe you’re in your 50’s!”.
In her 50’s, Karen wanted to start exercising in the gym. She was always a runner, but it wasn’t completely satisfying for her.
Karen wanted to start getting stronger but had no idea where to get started. For Karen, supervision and an exercise plan that fit her lifestyle did the trick.
Karen can now lift 170lbs at her current weight of 110lbs, but her strength doesn’t stop there. She is more physically fit than she’s ever been, and more mentally empowered than she’s ever been in her life.