Engage your body and be at your best with a Physical Trainer!
There’s a variety of personal training options to fit your fitness goals, budget and busy schedule. Whether you are looking for some simple guidance in structuring a solid fitness routine, or looking to dive in with a completely customized program based on your fitness goals, a personal trainer will help you obtain the results you want.
Not sure where to start, book an initial consultation/evaluation. Leslie will assess your current fitness level by testing areas such as your cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength and endurance, body composition and basal metabolic rate, and blood pressure. You will receive an analysis of your assessment along with workout guidelines based on your results. All personal training will begin with this initial consultation/evaluation session.
Attention to detail is uncompromised in our solo training where Leslie will guide you step by step in proper form, technique, and personalized coaching. These sessions are personally designed and tailored to your fitness level, unique goals, and modified easily to work through, on or around any health ailments or conditions. These private sessions are conveniently scheduled based upon your schedule and trainer availability.
partner/small group training
The partner and small group training sessions are limited to ensure you get the personal attention you deserve, which makes it a tremendous value. Perfect for those on a budget who need the push, guidance, and results that only personal training can provide. Ultimate results are achieved through these systematic workouts that engage every muscle to achieve your goals. Plus, the buddy system has always worked!
parkinson’s disease personal training
The Parkinson’s disease personal training programs are proven to deliver results through a goal-oriented, outcome-based, and fun exercise routines. Each personalized exercise program is built to combat the individual symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Our model blends the philosophies and principles from several exercise programs, some PD-specific, and some not. Clinical research shows that certain types of exercise, when performed consistently may have the ability to create brain change (neuro-plasticity). We utilize a variety of exercise modalities that have been proven to help slow the progression of the disease. Please contact for more details.