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Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be provided with a copy of my programs?
We will always provide digital or written copies of your programs at any time that you request them.
How frequent do you recommend that I come for personal training sessions?
Depending on your goals, it's recommended that you work with your trainer 2-3 times per week.
I'm dealing with a longstanding injury, should I avoid training until it improves?
You should consult with a physiotherapist on the issue, there are some that we recommend. If you still have on ongoing issue there are typically options to continue improving your fitness and we will provide exercises to help improve your pain while working towards your goals.
What does the fitness appraisal involve?
The appraisal allows us to produce a report with your results and recommendations based on short questionnaires, measurements, and fitness testing.  Generally, the appraisal includes some discussion on lifestyle habits, goal setting, body composition (BMI, waist circumference), aerobic fitness (Step test or walk test), and musculoskeletal fitness (Grip strength, pushups, balance, etc).  All of this information is useful as your results are compared to normative (Average) data and research-based recommendations.
Can I split my payments up throughout the duration of my sessions?
On all training packages you have the option to split the overall cost into 1-3 equal payments, or provide equal weekly payments.
Do you offer training for kids?
We provide training for kids that will help them stay active with fun routines that will improve their health, focus, sleep, skill development, etc.
Do you offer meal plans for me to improve my nutrition?
It is not in the scope of practice for anyone other than registered dietitians to provide specific meal plans. We do offer healthy examples and guidelines, advice, tips, and resources to ensuring a healthy, balanced diet depending on your goals.
Are the programs suitable for seniors?
We tailor exercise programs to seniors and we encourage physical activity to maintain strength, balance, and flexibility for improving quality of life in older populations.
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