What’s your goal?
Whether at your home, outdoors or in a gym: I like to develop with you an individual training plan and help you to comply with it and achieve your personal goals. A healthy attitude to life and the corresponding well-being do not happen overnight, which is why we work together over the long term. In which regularity and with which intensity our exchange takes place is completely up to you. Also, whether you want to complete your training alone with me or in a small group (for example, with your partner), you can decide for yourself. I am happy to inform you about the pros and cons in a personal conversation.
Together we see what your goal is. Weight loss, strengthening the endurance or the general musculature – we put together an individual training together. My job is to support and motivate you during the execution, and to make sure that you follow your training plan and that success is visible.
Before we get to work, we look at your previous sporting activities and define (intermediate) goals. These are our most important indicator, which we keep constantly in touch with when analyzing your progress.
With comprehensive 60-minute coaching, we can optimally cover all areas of movement: mobilization, stamina, speed and strength. After a compelling mobilization phase to optimally prepare your body for the upcoming challenge, I prefer to work with varying combinations of stamina, speed, and strength. This, for example, in outdoor course with changing focus. Or, we focus on an area that is important to you.
Even in a 3/4 hour, many things are possible. Just like in the 60-minute coaching we start with the Mobilistation. A course with combinations of speed and strength as well as endurance is also possible here. If you want to focus on one area, we invest the majority of the training time in it.
For the short-term trainers, we have the 30-minute program. After a mobilization phase, we focus on short interval trainings that optimally challenge you in half an hour. A pure endurance training is not recommended in 30 minutes, but this intensive training is suitable for professionals as a short break-out at noon or between two meetings.