Customized and easy to follow

With the Hystrength online program, we will design your training program specifically for your needs and goals. Moreover, every workout program will have a demonstration of the exercises you need to do that day. 

Along with conventional exercises that are proven effective, we have a wide array of exercises unique to the Hystrength program. They are designed for improving functionality and stability. Additionally, they add variety to an exercise program to keep it fun and exciting.

This video shows Sharon doing a three point row on a medicine ball.

The exercise Sharon is doing really challanges the core muscles along with the rotator cuff muscles.

There are many more that we will use in your routine.

Why Choose Us?

There are hundreds if not thousands of personal trainers online that can offer advice to help you get in shape. What is diifferent about us...our "unique selling proposition"?

Three things

  1. Time efficient workouts. Most fitness trainers have the philosophy that as one gets in better shape, he or she needs more overall exercise to keep making gains. They would recommend more sets and splitting up body parts if the client wants more strength or muscle, or they would add more cardio work if the client needs to shed body fat. This does not have to be. We know beyond a shadow of a doubt that you can keep gaining muscle and strength, as well as continued fat loss and overall fitness with three workouts a week. As a matter of fact, you may need even less exercise as you get more fit. Imagine doing about forty minutes a week of exercise for peak fitness. We know how to do that.
  2. Knowledge with injuries. Nobody is injury free. We all have issues of some kind, be it joints, body alignment, muscle imbalances and so on. Improper training can make these problems worse. Good training programs can make them better. We have been in the fitness industry for over 25 years, and we know how to work with injuries. For example, we know how to work with a herniated disk, patello femoral syndrome, torn rotator cuff muscles, and tendonitis among others.  
  3. We are familiar with the baby boomer generation. Our bodies respond differently to exercise when we get older. More importantly, we need to build and maintain our muscle even more so. The loss of muscle is the main reason we lose mobility and independance as we age. However, there is a fine line between training hard enough to build muscle and causing injury. We know very well how to navigate through this.

If you find these points resonate with you, then we would work well together. If you would like to know more obligation free, click here to ask us any questions you have. We are looking forward to talking with you.