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Do You Want To Get More Fit
But Lack Motivation and Don't Know What To Do?

Maybe you used to work out a lot, maybe you did a lot of team sports growing up, or maybe they were just organized, where you had an instructor leading the way and you didn't need to think about what to do.

If any of these sound like you?  If so, "Hello, I'm glad you're here".


  • You know strength training is important but you don't know what exercises to do.

  • You just can't seem to get motivated

  • You're being a couch hermit and you hate it

  • You've had injuries in the past and are afraid of getting hurt again.

  • You either aren't ready or you don't want to go to a gym right now.

  • You have "information overload" and don't know what the best approach is.

  • You know getting active will help you both mentally and physically but you don't know what to do.

It's okay you're not alone, sometimes it's hard to get moving, and with so much information out there it can be hard to figure out which way is best to even start with.  Click here for "How To Be Consistent And Motivated With a Fitness Plan" or keep reading and come back, whatever you feel like is cool.

How do you know if those exercises the person you follow on instagram, the program you did before, or workout your friend is doing is actually right for the goals you personally have now?

And what will happen if they aren't the right choices for your goals?


Well, doing the wrong fitness program is like eating cake and ice cream with a fork!  Totally inefficient.

What's The Right Fitness Routine? 
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You Can Absolutely

Do The Wrong Fitness Routine 

It's Like Eating Cake And
Ice Cream With A Fork.

If you love cake and ice cream the way I do, you know a fork is NOT the way to eat it


First of all trying to set up both the cake and ice cream together on the fork is challenge, it's just not a secure platform.  The cake wobbles on the fork while the ice cream melts and starts to fall between the tines as you bring it up to your mouth, you can see pretty quickly what's going to happen, there's going to be ice cream left on your plate and you're not going to be happy about it, and why won't you be happy about it?


Because you love ice cream and you want to finish it, but aside from licking the plate (which you could totally do at home), there is no way you will EVER be able to scoop the rest of that ice cream up with a fork.  So, if the goal is finishing the ice cream... and as long as you continue to use a fork you will NEVER reach your goal.

So what do you need? 

You need a spoon!

What's The Right Fitness Routine?

The right fitness routine is going to be ridiculously efficient at achieving results.

In order to make sure it's efficient you're going to need to be clear on a few things first. (I recommend starting to take some notes at this point to help you figure out what direction you want to go.)

The right fitness routine needs to be:


Tailored Specifically To Your Goals this might seem redundant but do you have those? I mean specifically have them and know specifically why they are important?

Side Note:  People often say I want to lose weight, but why? What will change for you if you are 10-30 pounds lighter?  At some point you'll needs a "meaningful purpose" behind your goal, otherwise you'll lose motivation.

What does being more fit really mean to you?​​​

  • Is there medication you're trying to get off?

  • Shoulder mobility you want to improve?

  • Feel stronger all over? if so, what kind of strength?

  • Increase your energy levels to do the things you enjoy? If so, what activities?

  • Decrease stress in your life?

Out of all of your goals, what is the priority?  Or, are they all equally important?

How much time are you willing to dedicate to your goals right now? 

Not how much you think you "should" do, but given the circumstances of your life right now, how much is actually reasonable?  Even if that's just once a week for 20 minutes.

All of these questions can feel overwhelming when all you want to do is get started, but it's key when it comes to being confident that a program is going to work for you, and keeping consistent and motivated to work on your health.

If you struggle answering these questions for yourself, it's okay, it's all part of the process I can walk you through. 

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And Coaching Program Below


Fit, Confident, Consistent!

This 24 Week Personal Training and Coaching Program offers:

  • 12 Biweekly Personal Training sessions

  • 12 Biweekly Private Coaching sessions

  • Tools for increasing motivation and consistency

  • Customized Personal Training Plan

  • Customized Exercise Videos


You Will Get:

√ Video Series on how to get motivated and stay consistent.

√ The best exercises to get stronger, fitter and healthier.

√ A routine that can be done at home, with or without equipment. 


√  A program customized around any injuries, restrictions and limitations 

√ 2 part video series with my method how to get fit without sacrificing the foods you love.

√ A simple and efficient routine that fits into your lifestyle with ease.

√ Tools to stay motivated, inspired and consistent for the long haul.

√  Ridiculously good at honouring the commitments you make to yourself!

Where can this be done?

  • All session are virtual so they can be done right from home.​


Are virtual sessions effective?

You'd be surprised, since the pandemic I have been training all of my clients virtually and all of them have decided to continue virtually.

If you're ready to get fit, confident and consistent, 

book your free consult below.

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