I value each and every one of my clients and do my best to give them the very best I have to give – day in and day out. It’s not always easy, but it’s something I work hard at and value tremendously and it is reflected in my work. I know my clients appreciate the effort I make with them as sit shows in their commitment and dedication to themselves as well as me. I can proudly say that I have maintained many clients well over a decade – in fact, having some still with me since opening my doors in 2003. It may appear that I may be tooting my own horn here, but those who know me know I am a modest person and my mentioning of this is because it gives me great pleasure to know that I can have a positive impact on those who entrust their health with me.
“There are 168 hours in a week. If you invest just one hour each week working out with Fred, you’ll look better, feel better and live better. It’s that simple!!!”
“Before Fred and I even lifted a weight, we had a 30 minute conversation about my lifestyle and goals for training, As someone who commutes 4 hours a day and has two small kids, efficiency is a huge factor. Fred helped me develop a schedule to train once a week with the option of adding in activities at home between sessions. The results in just 3 months have been some of the best I have achieved with a formal training program.”
“What I like about Fred’s approach is that he is always observing and learning. His open-minded, multiple-disciplined approach lets him hand pick from a variety of techniques and styles. The result is a fun, effective program that is custom tailored to my goals for health and fitness.”
“Fred motivates, inspires and teaches his clients that the key to both physical/mental success is through consistency and perseverance. By working hard and remaining committed, individuals will see a noticeable change in their body and mind.”
“I went to Fit By Fred because I was losing muscle mass and strength due to aging (I will be 79 this year). Working with Fred has enabled me to gain muscle mass, strength and to better deal with the effects of arthritis and to improve my nutrition.”
“I always value my training sessions with Fred. With all the stuff going on in my life, training with Fred is great therapy, a real stress reliever.”
In my opinion, one of the most underrated activities a person can do is walk. A lot of people don’t find value in walking, and that’s unfortunate because there are many benefits that can come from taking a stroll.
Walking contributes in several ways to your health and well-being. It can help you reduce weight, lower stress, improve flexibility and mobility, increase cardio-respiratory fitness, exposure to vitamin D, improve lung capacity, provide an opportunity to clear your mind or give you time to think, have alone time or spend time with a friend, reduce muscle soreness and arthritis pain, increase leg and core strength, etc., etc.
A FREE pdf of my breakdown of the five major components to improving health & fitness
Five Components of Health and Fitness