Gretchen Farah is a Certified Personal Trainer and Speech-Language Pathologist.

The Goal:Fit Method is a sustainable, balanced lifestyle incorporating the “3 F’s”: Focus, Food, and Fitness.  It is not a fad diet aimed simply at quick fat loss. The Goal:Fit Method can improve how you look, feel, and function.

Through a targeted holistic approach, the Goal:Fit Method is designed to help men and women start or continue a fitness journey to

  • Build strength, energy and stamina
  • Establish healthy lifestyle habits
  • Harness mindset skills to improve attention, focus and productivity
  • Address muscle imbalances to improve ability to move with reduced pain and risk of injury

As we enter middle age and beyond, it is not unexpected for physical and cognitive changes to occur; however, it’s never too late or too early to take action to live, look, and feel better. Whether your goal is to lose weight, amp up your cognitive function, improve your agility so you can enjoy activities or sports with your children & grandchildren, increase energy levels, or maintain your independence into retirement, the Goal:Fit Method can help you elevate your overall energy, wellness, and fitness so you can enjoy a life full of vitality!

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Workout smarter not harder

“Chronically elevated cortisol levels can cause weight gain in some people, especially around the abdomen area. … It may sound surprising but training too hard can contribute to high cortisol and actually sabotage your health or weight loss goals.It may be why you are not seeing results from your workouts.” source I like to keep cardio workouts to 30-45 minutes (shorter bursts for … Continue reading Workout smarter not harder

Forgetting and Falling- Research supports that exercise can help prevent both!

The top 2 fears I hear related to ageing are falling and becoming forgetful (dementia and Alzheimer’s disease). Fortunately, there is really strong evidence supporting the positive impact of lifestyle, particularly diet and exercise on reducing risk of both. From a few recent articles: “Exercise treatment is a very promising intervention for Alzheimer’s patients and … Continue reading Forgetting and Falling- Research supports that exercise can help prevent both!

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