Super 60! Finish Summer STRONG!

Ready to finish Summer 2021 with a BANG & get in great shape?!

Join our Goal Fit gang in the SUPER 60! Program! You can go all-in on all the strategies or go for an 80/20 or 90/10 approach. I have 2 vacations planned, so I am going to commit to 90/10!

Anyone can join in for FREE, but Goal Fit monthly members have added benefits:

  • Increased accountability
  • Fun, supportive community
  • New workout videos every week
  • New breathwork or meditation videos each week
  • New recipes every week
  • Live & recorded weekly check-ins via zoom (2 options/week)
  • Individual zoom chat re your goals and any modifications
  • Prizes!

*Click HERE to join the membership for just $10.99/month & cancel at any time.

Let’s Work Together – Here’s How!

Ways to work together

Monthly membership $10.99/month – new workouts, recipes, and focus strategies as well as monthly book club & lifestyle topics. Weekly live zoom chat and q & a. Click here to sign up!

Add-on Accountability Program – I’m seeing GREAT results with this new program! Email me for all the details – goalfitmethod@gmail.com

1:1 Food/Fitness/Focus training 6-week program – $100 plus monthly membership

1:1 personal training $25/ hour in person at your home or gym  (24-hour cancellation notice required), $20/hour via zoom. (Discounted rate for small groups up to 4 people). Make sure your form is on-point & get the extra push you need. This is definitely the best rate in town!

Intensive

2-7 day immersion – eg golf or tennis team, girls’ weekend, couples’ weekend

I will cook up to 3 meals & a snack / day for you, daily workout specific to your group, individual 1 hour q & a  and goal-setting plan and once weekly f/u zoom call for 2 weeks afterward for all attendees.  – Price varies

Ready to start the conversation? Reach out to me at goalfitmethod@gmail.com!

Why Strength Train?

Recent research has shown the benefits of strength training to include reduced risk of stroke, heart attack and diabetes. Specific to older adults, resistance training can reduce sarcopenia (age related muscle loss) and fall risk as well as help to maintain bone mass.

This article cites research concluding that “resistance exercise promoted better anti-inflammatory balance and physical performance simultaneously with an increase in cognitive profile in older women with cognitive impairment”.

Aim for 3-4 strength training sessions per week and choose exercises and weights that provide a challenge. If you’re just starting out, check with your doctor & consider body weight exercises, light dumbbells or resistance exercises or even household items.

A session or two with a trainer is a great idea to ensure you’re choosing the right weights & that your form is on point.

Get up off the floor

Can you go from standing to sitting to standing without wobbling or using your hands or knees?

Some research has shown a relationship between this movement and longevity. While not a direct correlation, it’s a good general test of functional strength and balance.

Try it & let me know if you can make it hands-free!

Harder than you’d like? I can help! My online program is almost ready. Follow along for updates!