Larry is in Woodland Hills, CA and provides personal training at Woodland Hills Athletic Club. Rates and training location is subject to change. Call to verify current offerings.
WHAC Membership required for clients - only $39 per month
PERSONAL TRAINING RATES
16 WEEKS : $75 per session (48 sessions) 3 workouts per week.
8 WEEKS : $85 per session (24 sessions) 3 workouts per week.
6 WEEKS : $90 per session (18 sessions) 3 workouts per week.
4 WEEKS : $95 per session (12 sessions) 3 workouts per week.
2 WEEK JUMP START : $100 per session (6 sessions) 3 workouts per week.
IN HOME OR ANY OUTSIDE OF GYM : Rates start at $100 per session by location. Call for details.
NOTE: The standard in the fitness industry is 3 workouts per week for the average client. Discuss with us what is best for you.
A la carte workouts available too.
Call / email for rate details.
Customized workout and nutritional plan for you to achieve your fitness goals, plus unlimited email support.
When it Comes to Health and Fitness: Easy Does It
If you're starting from a sedentary lifestyle it's best for you to ease into a new health and fitness routine.
Every single type of journey or quest cannot begin if the first step isn’t taken. In order to live a healthier life, you will need to make that first step. Start by spending less time in front the computer and more time into learning how to create a better diet, this step alone will send you on your way to better health, as well as an increased self-confidence about your body.
The University Feinberg School of Medicine reports that taking this step will not only improve one’s health, but will also encourage people to make adjustments to their current lifestyle which will result in a much healthier life overall. If you stop spending time in front of the computer or the television, you will most likely do something that requires physical activity while also reducing the amount of unhealthy snacks you eat. However, when you do have a snack, make sure it is one that contains fruits or vegetables rather than salty, processed chips. This is the best way to manage your weight while also giving providing the body with the nutrients it needs to thrive. The first step is usually the hardest to make, but once you’ve taken it then the rest of the journey will be a breeze.
This step is especially important for those that want to exercise more and eat healthier, but just don’t seem to know how to do it. Although wanting to live a healthier life is good, it means nothing until you have actually made that first step. It does not have to be an immediate dramatic change, just start slowly and make changes gradually. Those who have been inactive for a long period of time will definitely have trouble taking part in any sort of strenuous activity, so it important that you take it as slow as you need to in order to prevent injury or overexertion.
The most effective way to get started would be to break down your goals into steps that are easier to take. To start, slowly replace the processed foods you are so used to with healthier alternatives. Make a change to your bad habits every couple of weeks and replace them with something good. It may be wise to start exercising with someone that will keep you motivated, such as a personal trainer. They would devise a plan for you at the pace you prefer while making sure that you are building up you endurance, strength, flexibility, and overall health as effectively as possible.
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