Personal Training

As a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, I will provide the knowledge and training protocols you need to become stronger and more flexible while improving your balance, aerobic capacity and motor skills. This will automatically alter your body’s fat to muscle ratio.

Because I train movements and not muscles in isolation, you will train in a way that you will enable you to use what you learn in your everyday life as well as in competitive events.

Using any one of or a combination of our many training modalities, we will address your physical imbalances and shortcomings, the effects of aging and any dis-information or bad habits you have acquired.

We will explore how to lose weight, and how to keep it off.

We will train your mind as well.

Training smarter is always better than training simply harder. The Right Outlook coupled with the Right Information will go a long way to getting you where you want to be.

There is great detail of information on each of my pages; but, in a nutshell here they are:

  • NASM Personal Training, including Medicine Ball, Stability Ball, Band &    Balance Training, Pylometrics and Body Weight Exercises
  • Yoga
  • Hindu Wrestling Exercises, Body Weight Training and Rope Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Martial Arts & Self-Defense
  • Plyometrics
  • Indian Clubs (my tennis & golf clients love these).
  • Kettlebells

I believe so strongly in my ability to Over Deliver what I Promise that All of my Classes and Sessions are backed by my Personal Guarantee:

If you ever feel that you did not receive more value from any of my classes or sessions than you paid for, just let me know there and then and that class or session will completely without Charge to you (this guarantee may be invoked twice by the same person. After that, it will be obvious that there is no need for us to spend time together).

For a more detailed look at each of these modalities, please continue below.

What is the difference between Fitness Training and Sports Training? And which is appropriate for me?

At very high levels of performance, there are can be major differences between Fitness Training and Sport Training. However, for most of us, the first and sometimes the only difference is one of purpose. If you want to increase your level of fitness, health, wellness; to look and feel better, become stronger, quicker and more flexible, then fitness training is for you.

Since becoming fitter increases our speed, strength and endurance; it will improve our performance in most activities. Therefore, Fitness Training will act as Sports Training for the majority of “Weekend Warriors.”

Pursuing specific Sports Training without having the appropriate level of fitness may not only be a waste of time and money, it can be a recipe for injury!

However, if your fitness level is already quite high and you need to Improve Your Performance in a particular sport to as high a level as possible, then Sports Training, aka Athletic Training, is what you need.

In other words, Fitness Training is more general and flexible (no pun intended). Since it is more concerned with general Bio-motor Skills (Core Strength, Speed, Endurance, Power, Timing, Coordination, Balance, etc.), there is more leeway as to what types of training, intensity, scheduling and lifestyle are appropriate. All of these factors are determined by what you want to accomplish and from what point you are starting at.

No matter who you are, these attributes are indispensable. This makes General Fitness Training appropriate for almost everyone.

Sports Training is more predetermined by the particular sport you wish to excel at and by how great an improvement you want in a particular time frame. A swimmer needs a different routine than a body builder. If you want to compete in a tournament in 3 months, you will have to follow a rigid schedule. If you just want to enjoy your weekend round of golf more, your schedule/routine will resemble a general fitness program with added specificity for Golf.

Gary Giamboi