It’s been five years since I received my ACE personal training certification, and my philosophy on how and why I train my clients has continued to evolve. More and more I realize that we train to enhance what we do over how we appear. The G-Fit system that I have developed for health and fitness contains these three elements: Good Form, Good Food, and Good Attitude.
I tell my students to focus more on the quality of their from as they train, than the amount of calories they burn. As a dancer and choreographer, I have noticed a difference in the effects of movements that call for the best form you can give. Good form requires just as much effort as endurance training, but a focus on form allows and encourages you to rest when your body says, “Stop!” After a brief rest, you can take up the movement again with renewed energy and enthusiasm.
is a matter of finding the foods that nourish and satisfy you. As a certified fitness nutrition specialist, I can point my clients to many resources for understanding nutrition, cooking, and macro-nutrient ratios, but the bottom line is that what you eat has to work for your lifestyle. Some of my clients thrive on keeping their menus as simple as possible, and some want more variety through new recipes and experimentation. There is no wrong way, as long as you find your way.
Good attitude means being kind to yourself and others. It also means that we leave perfectionism behind while seeking to do our best in the present moment. I want you to enjoy the fitness journey every day, and not put off fun, happiness, and creativity until someday in the future when you reach yo
ur fitness goals.
Together we can become stronger, get better balance, and become more flexible, not just physically, but emotionally too.
Join me at Dance at the Dome at 5:30PM Mondays, 6:30AM and 8AM Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 9AM Wednesdays, or contact me for one-on one coaching and training. 209-743-2539