Why Online Training:

You receive the same expertise and accountability you need to attain your fitness goals  as in-person training. No need to add one more appointment in your busy schedule. You also get to exercise from the comfort of your own home or favorite gym. 

All programs are delivered to you via an app accessible from your laptop, Apple or Andriod device. Take your workout with you wherever you go!

Track your nutrition via MyFitnessPal which integrates with the app. Already own a FitBit? The app integrates with FitBit too. 

  • A customized workout plan designed specifically for you and your goals
  • Customized meal plans available. Know exactly what to eat and take the guesswork out of your meal planning!
  • Movement assessment with me via skype/email/messenger in order to determine the best plan for you and your desired goals. Assessments are in-person if you are in my area.
  • All the support you would get as if you were training with me in person
  • New program every 4-6 weeks to avoid plateau and continue to see results
  • Detailed instruction about all workouts and exercises
  • Large database of easy to follow exercise videos
  • Printable workouts
  • Downloadable Smartphone app (IPhone & android)
  • Goal tracking
  • Measurement and Weight Tracker
  • Nutrition coaching based around your fitness or weight loss goals

How Does Online Training Work?

Have your trainer build a customized training plan for you. Bring your workouts to the gym, track your progress. Your trainer reviews your progress and tweaks your training plan. Sign up and start your fitness journey today.

Video Of The Month

If you sit at a desk all day, chances are that computer screen in front of you is drawing you in. When we sit staring at the screen, our shoulders tend to round and this creates an imbalance between the muscles in our back (lower traps, rhomboids) and the muscles in the front (pecs) This imbalance (along with any imbalance really) can cause a decrease in your performance as well as pain and dysfunction above and below the shoulder. 

Overuse is a common cause of muscle imbalances. A good example would be olympic swimmers. They nature of the movement required for their sport means they use their chest mucles a lot. Next time you are watching a swimming meet, take notice of the swimmers when they step up for the start of the event. Notice any rounding of the shoulders?

Here is a great video demonstration of an exercise to include in your routine that can help strengthen the muscles in your back that can help counteract the rounding of the shoulders. It would be good to pair this exercise with a stretching routine for the chest.


Corrective exercise (like the back sequence seen in the video) can correct muscular imbalances and improve posture and performance. Low back pain, patellar tendonitis and even plantar fasciitis can be attributed to muscle imbalances. Postural assessment and personalized corrective exercise program now 50% off through the October 15.   Contact me to find out more