Have you been out of your fitness routine for a few months, and now don’t know what types of goals to set? Or what timelines to measure them against? Or what goals even make sense?
Working with one of our knowledgeable personal trainers is one of the best ways to achieve maximum results. Our trainers will work with you one on one to set realistic goals and expectations and create custom workout regimens and meal plans tailored specifically to YOU! Your coach will design custom workouts around your schedule.
What can you expect with Personal Training at Mohawk Valley Wellness?
We strive to make your customized personal training a phenomenal experience that allows you to feel motivated, encouraged, and safe.
Your personal trainer will work one on one with you to:
SET GOALS: Whatever your reasons for being here, we will help you identify them and reach them.
NUTRITION COACHING: What you eat has a lot to do with your success. Your coach will help you identify the right nutritional path.
FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE: Pick your coach and pick your time. Private Coaching can be scheduled anytime that fits your schedule.
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMMING: If you are training for a specific event your coach will tailor your program to meet the needs and demands you will see in your event or sport. This will help you gain a valuable edge over your competition.
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“I run road races and have completed 8 marathons and I rely on CrossFit for the foundational strength it provides for my running and also because it’s just awesome, and not much makes me feel stronger than that barbell!
In the past I had seen core and hip stability improve my running paces, but I only did what I could find on Pinterest & YouTube which was usually too easy or too hard and not really a good fit. I asked Coach Peyton if he would put together something for me to work on core strength and hip stability. The next Monday he provided a series of 3 days’ worth of work to add to in reps & duration over time and walked me through it during class time. I’ve been doing the list now for about 30 days 5 days a week as prescribed adding time & sets as I’ve gotten stronger & better at the movements. For the 6 weeks challenge I made a chart with goal paces for each week to be running fast enough to have a shot starting my fall marathon plan in May with paces to meet my marathon time goal.
Before starting Coach Peyton’s sets my average mile time was 11:13 and I had run 24 miles in that week. This past week my average mile time was 10:35, completing 34 miles that week. For a master’s athlete especially, this is phenomenal improvement attributed to a great plan. I’m really excited to think that I can improve my PR at the marathon distance and that next time I have my picture taken with this Coach it’ll be wearing Boston Marathon swag!”