Personal Training | My Approach

Personal Training |

My Approach

Session Pricing

  • Typically sessions are one-on-one – $75 an hour
  • Buddy sessions (up to two clients) – $95 an hour
  • Sessions are pre-planned workouts customized to your goals.

 

I train all of the following

  • Athletes from every corner of the sporting world
  • Adolescents and teenagers looking for Youth Fitness
  • Seniors requiring Elderly Training techniques
  • Anyone trying to Strength Train with/or after an injury
  • Anyone striving for an improved lifestyle

What is Fit-InMotion 

  • Fit-InMotion Personal Training is my business and a private contractor.
  • I operate out of Vive Fitness – a small gym set up for personal trainers to train their clients in the right environment.
  • The gym address is 4023 Ne Hancock St, Portland, OR 97212.
  • Important note to clear up confusion: Google won’t allow multiple businesses to claim the same address; therefore I had to claim my Google Maps listing outside of the actual gym.

Prescribed Fitness Programs and where we train you.

I both encourage and guide all of my clients to follow a prescribed exercise program outside of our sessions together. I inject the ability to work through your exercise regimen. This will not only bolster your confidence and knowledge, it will also multiply the probability of you sticking with it long term.

In my view, a fitness program that does not incorporate sufficient stretching is an invitation for new injuries.

These cover specific exercises and Numerous Additions as follows:

Prescribing Personal Training programs training on one’s own.

Weight Loss Tracking to stay motivated and see results

Cardiac Exercises and High-Intensity Interval training: to enhance stamina and endurance, burn fat.

Flexibility/ Mobility Focus: to enhance agility and ward off injury

Strength Training: to build muscle with resistance and body weight exercises.

Core Conditioning: for a healthy back and overall functionality of the body.

Balance Training: This is all about body posture and maintaining the body’s support base.

Corrective Exercises: to address muscular imbalances and subdue abnormal movement patterns through customized exercise routines.

Plyometrics/Agility Drills: ties in closely with flexibility & mobility training above, but also improving muscular strength to exert maximum force in short bursts.                                 

Evan’s Personal Training Format: Every client has specific needs. I zone in on these by following a consistently successful format

Foam rolling (myofascial release)/dynamic warm up:

I start out each session with a dynamic warm-up or myofascial release to release trigger points and prevent injury.

Cardiovascular/mobility warm-up:  

To warm the body through a cardiovascular and or mobility exercise is step two. Example: row machine, arm circles, stationary bike, ladder drills etc.

The Workout then begins:

I typically divide workouts into circuits (two to four exercises executed in sequence and repeated two to three times).

Stretching/Corrective Exercises to end (at least 10 minutes):

In my view, a fitness program that does not incorporate sufficient stretching is an invitation for new injuries.

Reasons for Personal Training

Motivation

For many, the problem is a lack of motivation to start or follow through with a program. Having a fitness trainer who will help keep accountability and motivation is paramount. Having weekly scheduled workouts is ground zero for getting the ball rolling. Beyond that, having a laid out program to be followed outside of those sessions is another key to success.

Break Through Plateu's

enhance foot coordination and speed. increase muscles ability to exert maximum force in short time intervals

Sports Specific Individualized Program

There are many who are looking for a workout program that’s tailored to increase their performance in a particular sport. A knowledgeable personal trainer can map out a comprehensive fitness program that maximizes performance and safety.

Specific Injury, Illness or Condition

People who have handicaps, such as diabetes, hip replacement(s) or an old injury that’s still is an issue could benefit from working with an experienced fitness trainer. Finding a trainer who will work with your doctor if needed to help heal injuries and prevent further problems is important.

Session Pricing

  • Typically sessions are one-on-one – $75 an hour
  • Buddy sessions (up to two clients) – $95 an hour
  • Sessions are pre-planned workouts customized to your goals.

 

I train all of the following

  • Athletes from every corner of the sporting world
  • Adolescents and teenagers looking for Youth Fitness
  • Seniors requiring Elderly Training techniques
  • Anyone trying to Strength Train with/or after an injury
  • Anyone striving for an improved lifestyle

Prescribed Fitness Programs and where we train you.

I both encourage and guide all of my clients to follow a prescribed exercise program outside of our sessions together. I inject the ability to work through your exercise regimen. This will not only bolster your confidence and knowledge, it will also multiply the probability of you sticking with it long term.

What is 

Fit-InMotion 

  • Fit-InMotion Personal Training is my business and a private contractor.
  • I operate out of Vive Fitness – a small gym set up for personal trainers to train their clients in the right environment.
  • The gym address is 4023 Ne Hancock St, Portland, OR 97212.
  • Important note to clear up confusion: Google won’t allow multiple businesses to claim the same address; therefore I had to claim my Google Maps listing outside of the actual gym.

Evan’s Personal Training Format: Every client has specific needs. I zone in on these by following a consistently successful format

Foam rolling (myofascial release)/dynamic warm up:

I start out each session with a dynamic warm-up or myofascial release to release trigger points and prevent injury.

Cardiovascular/mobility warm-up:  

To warm the body through a cardiovascular and or mobility exercise is step two. Example: row machine, arm circles, stationary bike, ladder drills etc.

The Workout then begins:

I typically divide workouts into circuits (two to four exercises executed in sequence and repeated two to three times).

Stretching/Corrective Exercises to end (at least 10 minutes):

In my view, a fitness program that does not incorporate sufficient stretching is an invitation for new injuries.

Reasons for Personal Training

Motivation

For many, the problem is a lack of motivation to start or follow through with a program. Having a fitness trainer who will help keep accountability and motivation is paramount. Having weekly scheduled workouts is ground zero for getting the ball rolling. Beyond that, having a laid out program to be followed outside of those sessions is another key to success.

Break Through Plateu's

enhance foot coordination and speed. increase muscles ability to exert maximum force in short time intervals

Sports Specific Individualized Program

There are many who are looking for a workout program that’s tailored to increase their performance in a particular sport. A knowledgeable personal trainer can map out a comprehensive fitness program that maximizes performance and safety.

Specific Injury, Illness or Condition

People who have handicaps, such as diabetes, hip replacement(s) or an old injury that’s still is an issue could benefit from working with an experienced fitness trainer. Finding a trainer who will work with your doctor if needed to help heal injuries and prevent further problems is important.

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