Personal Training

Why should I exercise?
~Increase self-confidence and inner strength

~Gain greater physical strength, stamina and focus, and improve your relationships-  to yourself and others

~Improve blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and glucose management

~Boost your metabolism and burn excess fat, maintain and build bone strength

~Enhance your cognitive abilities and reduce the risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Where/how do I start?
The many benefits of exercise are known by the majority of us.  However, appropriate exercise that meets our present condition and that is designed to safely and effectively move us towards achieving our goals is not as widely known.   A properly designed training program should emphasize movements in all directions, in an environment that challenges the internal balance and stabilization mechanisms of the body. Most importantly, it should incorporate cardiovascular exercise with weight training for the greatest gains in the shortest amount of time.

Being deconditioned does not simply mean being out of breath when climbing a flight of stairs, or being overweight.  It is a state in which a person may have muscle imbalances, decreased flexibility, or a lack of core and joint stability.  All of these conditions can greatly affect the ability of the human body to produce proper movement and can eventually lead to injury.  Today, more of us work in offices, have longer work hours, frequently make use of technology that compromises our posture, and are required to move less on a daily basis.  Our challenging environments produce more sedentary people, and leads to dysfunction and increased incidents of chronic disease, low-back pain, knee injuries, and other musculoskeletal injuries. 

You do not need to be perfect to be fit! And remember, someone who appears slim and fit may be grossly deconditioned.  No matter how much time you have to commit to daily exercise, whether it is 10, 20, or 30 minutes, or an hour, you can achieve a greater state of health in a short period of time!  As a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), I offer programs that incorporate high-energy aerobic training, resistance exercise, core-strengthening and stability exercises, and stretching and breathing.  After a thorough fitness assessment, and realistic goal setting session, you can begin to lower your risk of diabetes, obesity, heart disease, stroke and several types of cancer, rev up your metabolism, burn body fat, increase energy, strengthen and tone your muscles, maintain your bone strength, reduce anxiety and depression, ward off Alzheimer’s disease, help you look years younger and improve your sex life, avoid side effects, decrease cravings, improve sleep, mood, and outlook………….





667 S 55th Street
Kansas City, KS 66106
Located in the Turner Community Garden Building

O - 913-287-5210
C - 913-660-5360

Hours by appointment
Evenings and Saturdays available

Financial Policy

For your convenience, we accept cash, checks, credit cards, and HSA. At this time we do not participate with insurance carriers and payment is expected at the time of service. Payment plans are available as necessary. A $40.00 fee is assessed for all returned checks. Kindly provide 24 hours notice of cancellation or a charge up to the full appointment fee will be assessed.

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