Regular moderate-to-vigorous physical activity – at least 150 minutes per week – improves health, thinking, and mood. Staying fit means you have more energy, you’re less prone to accidents or injuries, and everyday tasks are easier. When you are fit you are stronger and more capable, you feel better, and can have more fun!
I offer personal training and fitness classes in San Diego and East County for adults of all ages and abilities.
So, what brings you here today?
Is there an activity you’d like to begin, if only you were in better shape? Think you might enjoy dancing, playing tennis, kayaking, doing martial arts, surfing, or playing golf, but are afraid you’re not up to it physically?
Do you have a personal goal, dream, or vision? Whether it’s hiking local trails, traveling the world, or just getting up and down stairs with ease, being fit and strong makes everything easier, safer, and more enjoyable.
Did you doctor tell you that you need to be more active? The health benefits of physical activity are huge! You can reduce your risk of diabetes, hypertension, some types of cancer, and cardiovascular disease, just by getting regular exercise.
Or maybe you just woke up inspired to start taking better care of yourself! You can have more energy, get more done with less effort, and feel better when you use correct movement and have better strength and endurance.
Great! You’ve come to the right place.
Getting out of your comfort zone can be, well, uncomfortable. It’s difficult to keep up your motivation and stay consistent on your own. Everyone finds it challenging. That’s why a coach you can trust, one who believes in you, is so important when working on your fitness and nutrition!
Successful People Have Coaches!
Email me at FitCoachLinda@gmail.com, and let’s get started.
Get Moving on the Mat! – Fun. Functional. Fitness.
Check out my newest class, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00-11:30 AM. The first session is on Tuesday, September 6th! Join the Meetup group for Get Moving on the Mat.
“When you find an activity you love, it doesn’t take discipline to make it a regular habit.”
~ Linda Eskin