Q04: Where do you train?
A01: A common misconception is that one must train for a trainer. This is what separates certified personal training from just working out with a "fit friend." Certified personal training is about meeting you exactly where you are and progressing you to where you want to be. So no, no one is too overweight for a highly skilled certified personal trainer.
A02: The cost of a personal trainer can range from $20 to $100 per session, which usually lasts for about an hour.
A03: We offer a variety of personal training packages at various rates dependent upon factors such as training frequency and location(s). Of course, the more you train, the lower the session rate. If you're interested in training with MD Fitness, feel free to schedule a consultation today.
A04: MD Fitness certified personal trainer, Bryan Sha', is a mobile personal trainer, which means he brings the gym to you. Also, several freelance gyms can be rented to provide more training variety if requested.
A05: This is really subjective. However, 8 to 10lbs per month is a comfortable, natural rate to lose weight. This equates to about 1.5 to 2 percentages of body fat per month.
A06: Yes, the elderly are more than welcome here at MD Fitness. In fact, some of our most loyal clients are 65+.
A08: We do group sessions, usually couples or family members, but no bootcamps. Why? Because bootcamps do not allow the personal one on one interaction that promises optimal results.
A09: No, we choose not to do online coaching in that capacity due to the increased likelyhood of the client hurting themselves while attempting a working without a trainer to spot them and correct their form.
A10: MD Fitness offers packages primarily based on training frequency. Individual sessions can be purchased, but the session rate will supercede all other session rates due to lack of commitment from the client.