Recreation Programs is now offering a Personal Training program with Lori Julius, ACSM Certified Personal Trainer.
- Graduate of Plymouth State University Summa Cum Laude Aug 2010
- Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education Certifications
- American College of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer
- American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR and AED)
Lori has over 250 hours of personal training and group fitness leadership experience with adults of all ages and fitness levels. Her goal is to offer personal training that is effective while keeping your time in the gym to a minimum. Contact Lori at email@example.com to schedule an appointment and get a jump start on your path to better health and fitness
Training Packages and Fees
Lori offers an initial interview with all clients free of charge to assess your fitness needs and goals. After the initial appointment, the prices are as followed for the hour session.
Students $25 ($15/half hour)
Faculty/Staff $30 ($20/half hour)
Benefits to Having a Personal Trainer
Our trainers will help you practice healthier habits and select your individualized path to a healthier lifestyle. The challenge is to start and stick to a program that helps you obtain your personal wellness goals. Fitness is not as hard or complicated as it may seem.
Our trainers, will encourage, simplify the workout session, so it’s not just coming to the gym and working out, but engaging in something fun and good for your over all wellbeing. The human body has been known to adapt to a specific task, environment or activity, and this is why some people see results in the beginning or an exercise program, then hit a plateau. Constantly modifying your exercise program, challenging yourself, will keep the body guessing and you will continue to see results. Our trainers are here to help and get the most out of your workout routine.
What to Expect Each Appointment
A personal trainer will:
- Help you safely start and maintain an effective exercise program
- Develop an exercise program specifically designed according to your personal health history, needs, limitations, and goals
- Provide motivation, encouragement and accountability to your exercise program
- Serve as a resource to objective and accurate health and fitness information
- Help you fit exercise into your busy schedule to make the most efficient use of your time
A fitness assessment includes:
- Body composition
- Muscular fitness
- Muscular endurance
- Cardiovascular endurance
Personal training may include:
- Resistance training and cardiovascular training
- Flexibility training
- Sport-specific training and conditioning
- Balance, coordination, and stability training