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Client Expectations

If one of the primary reasons you’ve started a training program with us was to change your physique please make sure to read this declaration. As the owner it’s my personal commitment to seeing that you’re provided with exceptional service, education, and coaching to help you reach your goals. Having said that, in order for your coach to help you achieve success it’s essential that we’re clear on the expectations.

The burst training workouts, supportive nutrition, and lifestyle coaching will only be effective with a commitment on your part as well as ours. The majority of our clients will only meet with their coach 2-3 times per week at most so what’s done outside of the gym will be just as important as what’s done in it.

In order to see changes in your body composition and maximize results this is what will be necessary as a commitment on your end.

Doing some resistance training at least (2-3) times per week

Whether or not resistance training workouts are done exclusively with your coach or some days on your own, you’ll need to be consistent with this minimum requirement in order to expect a change in body composition.

Doing some cardiovascular exercise at least (2-3) times per week

When weight loss is a primary goal, you’ll want to complete cardiovascular exercise in addition to the resistance training. The intensity and duration will vary on your unique needs and your coach will assist you with this, just know that extra time for aerobic based activity will be needed for optimal results.

Following a supportive nutrition diet

Completing a couple of thirty minute workouts with your coach each week will NOT be sufficient to produce a change in your shape from the workouts alone. Make no mistakes nutrition will be responsible for over 80% of your results. Regardless of the diet strategy followed, the foundation of that diet must primarily consist of nutrient dense, natural whole foods. A commitment must be made to minimizing the consumption of processed and refined foods.

Keeping a food journal and monitoring dietary intake in the beginning

Our weight loss clients are advised to keep a food journal for the first few weeks, which while it can be done manually, is best done with software or an on-line application such as The latter choice will better assist your coach with making recommendations for changes to your dietary habits.

Managing stress and getting adequate sleep

Without question one of the biggest pitfalls that can limit your results will be excessive stress. It will be imperative that you make the necessary lifestyle changes to manage stress and get enough sleep. Your coach will assist you with these changes, but you’ll need to make the commitment.

Providing your best effort, giving your workouts 110%

There is a sign on the front door of our facility which is titled “Hard Work Produces Results.” This is a fundamental truth with fitness training. You will always get out of the workouts what you put into them. We will challenge you and push you to be your best, but coaching can only go so far. You need to make a commitment to providing maximum effort and focus with your workouts.

Establishing clearly defined goals

The clearer you are with what you want to achieve with your training, the better your chances for success. This component is critically important. Establish clearly defined goals with your coach so he or she can help keep you accountable. Visualize these goals and think about them often.

Believing in yourself and your ability to make it happen!

Lastly, you’ll be asked to work on establishing a strong belief in your ability to make a change. We are here to help you in this process and will spotlight all improvements in progress as a means of building confidence. Even if you’ve struggled in the past, believe in yourself as you can do this!