Healthy eating and exercise are lifetime investments, not passing fads. Documenting exercise and nutrition habits often show we’re not as consistent as we’d like to think. To see progress, it’s important to have a realistic lifelong plan, be consistent, organized, and committed to our goals.
No two people are the same. Commitment plays a major role in early stage improvements; new exercisers will notice physiological and significant psychological improvements within the first four to six weeks, depending on exercise frequency. Diet also plays a major role, not just in weight loss, but also mass gain and sports performance.
Functional training ensures optimal muscle balance and postural alignment. Poor postural alignment can lead to injuries due to poor mechanics and overuse. A well designed program should jointly address physical appearance goals and functional posture.
Simply put, quality over quantity. Internet information is basic, meant for the general masses and may potentially cause injury. Shirin assesses you and your unique movement patterns, then designs a tailor made program for a newly improved version of you. One that can’t be found on Google.
Having a professionally designed program means that time spent exercising will be maximally effective and efficient. Furthermore, as Shirin is a mobile trainer, you can save time by having her come to a location convenient for you.
It may be cliché, but it’s never too late to start. Significant physiological and psychological changes can be achieved at any age, and you’re never too old to begin living a healthy lifestyle. An exercise program can ensure you stay active, pain free, independent and happy throughout your golden years.
As with any tailor made product or service, the prices will vary depending on client needs and wishes, and the services provided.
I’ve trained with Shirin for seven years, and it’s always functional, fun and full of laughter; a lot of thought and love goes into our sessions. Shirin’s a passionate trainer, always expanding her knowledge to best serve clients, which she does with kindness and class.