Personal Consultation

A consultation is the foundation of any referral or recommendation. A self assessment, common health factors, body metrics and desired outcome are the basics of a consultation. The consultation is used to uncover the challenges that are blocking your path to success. What’s important here is that your personal consultation light the path to the unique set of fitness and nutrition modalities that will work best for you.

Corrective Exercise Training

Corrective Exercise Training is the essential first phase of a new training program recommended by Dr. Fitness. During this time, an experienced corrective exercise trainer will work to reduce any aches, pains, joint dysfunctions, muscular imbalances and postural-distortions. In addition, learn how to move in ways that reduce joint dysfunction and pain. Corrective exercise training will improve functionality, health and strengthen structural integrity. Developing a strong body you can rely on during physically challenging moments.

Golf and Tennis conditioning

Many golfers and tennis players — professional and recreational athletes alike — have sought out Dr. Fitness’s recommendation for the best sport specific performance coaches and sport specific conditioning coaches to produce major improvements in their all-important swing, speed, vertical jump and to condition major muscles used in their game. With Dr. Fitness’s consultation and referral, professional and recreational athletes discover how to prevent sport-specific back, shoulder, elbow, wrist, forearm, knee and ankle injuries. Mastering these preventative techniques will keep you in the game you love for the rest of your life.

Body Sculpting information:

A beautifully sculpted body is the result of proper training and nutrition. Dr. Fitness will conduct a personal consultation and recommend the best fitness disciplines to sculpt your body and condition your muscles. The training and nutrition modalities are based on specific needs and requirements. They can include yoga, t’ai chi, Pilates, kickboxing, traditional weight training movements, and sports specific movements — all carefully orchestrated and specially selected for you.

Tracking client progress keep them focused and challenged. This means clients and fitness professionals have a better understanding as to what areas will need more attention. This keeps clients and trainers keenly aware if they are reaching key progress benchmarks.

Warm up exercises include:


Gradually increasing the intensity of your specific sport. This uses the specific skills of a sport and is sometimes called a related warm-up. For runners, the idea is to jog a while and add a few sprints into the routine to engage all the muscle fibers.
Adding movements not related to your sport in a slow steady manner: calisthenics or flexibility exercises for example. Ball players often use unrelated exercise for their warm up.


Which to choose? The best time to stretch a muscle is after it has an increased blood flow and has increased temperature to avoid injury. Stretching a cold muscle can increase the risk of injury from pulls and tears. So you are better off doing gradual aerobic exercise before stretching. Keep in mind that the best time to stretch is after exercise because your muscles are warm and pliable with the increase of blood in them. Make sure your warm up begins gradually, and uses the muscles that will be stressed during exercise.


Keep in mind that the perfect warm up is a very individual process that can only come with practice, experimentation and experience. Try warming up in various way, at various intensities until you find what works best for you.

Boot Camp information

The I am Dr. Fitness Team has developed a series of Boot Camps designed to help you reach your fitness goals and get results. Our trainers will instruct, support and encourage participants and help them avoid injury. Boot camp is 35 minutes in length and $30 a session. If you sign up RIGHT NOW, you can receive the discounted rate of $20 a session!  If our Boot Camp times conflicts with your schedule, please let us know what time and place would be good for you, your friends, co-workers and family and we can organize a boot camp at a location or community of your choice (5 person minimum).

Tired of the same work out and not happy with your results? We can help you get the results you were not able to get on your own.

I am Dr. Fitness Boot Camp programs include:

  • Losing weight, building muscle tone, and/or increasing strength and endurance
  • Team building exercises that promote unity and create a fun, supportive workout environment
  • Expert coaching by certified personal trainers and experienced fitness professionals
  • On-site, customized workouts designed to challenge people of all fitness levels
  • Monday – Friday at 5:00pm, 5:30pm, 7:00pm, Saturdays at 10:30am. You have the convenience of choosing what time works best for you!

I am Dr. Fitness Boot Camp will not only help a participant look and feel their very best, but will also build camaraderie, promote a sustained commitment to fitness, and give participants the tools they need to live and work in balance.




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