Q1. Does bodyfitz train clients with knee replacements?
A Yes. We train people pre and post operation. Whether getting ready for surgery or working to get yourself stronger, we can handle your desire and needs with confidence.
Q 2. Do you work with children? I have a 12 year old boy who wants to be more competitive in baseball, can you help him?
A Yes. We assess the child carefully and provide appropriate exercises for their age, fitness level and ability level. Every client is unique and is treated with care and respect. Take a look at our Youth Fitness writeup
Q 3. I have never had a trainer before, but I have always exercised. Can I expect increased results working with one of your trainers?
A We expect that you will see about a 25% increase in your fitness, especially if you follow suggested eating tips and perform cardio sessions as prescribed. It is a team effort, you are a major factor.
Q 4. What is the typical clientele?
A Over the past 12 years we have gone from 60% women of 45 years old and up, to about 50/50 men and women of all ages. Some of the friendliest and fun people you will ever meet.
Q 5. I want to workout with my spouse. Can you train us together?
A Absolutely. Training spouses together has more to do with their relationship than ours. Though there may be a difference in strength, stamina or even goals, we can make it look the guy is keeping up.
Q 6. I have two girlfriends that want to come train with me. Can you accommodate three people at the same time.
A The answer is yes. We will assess each of you and come up with a plan that best suits all of your needs.
Q 7. How old is your oldest client?
A 87 years old. He has been training with us for about ten years. We have 4 clients in their 80’s
Q 8. Have you trained clients with a hip replacement?
A Yes we have and still do. As with all surgeries, we have had great success preparing clients for their surgery, and getting them back up to speed post op. one of our clients has had a double hip replacement.
Q 9. I sprained my ankle. Should I continue to train or rest?
A You need to be active. Jumping jacks are not recommended obviously, but you can work your upper body to maintain strength, range of motion and to create increased blood flow throughout the body. A sprained ankle should be assessed by a doctor first and we can follow his recommendations. Make sure there is not a break or a bad tear!
Q 10. Can you help me with my low back pain and sore knees?
A We certainly would like to have any assessments from your doctor and or physical therapist. We are not certified to diagnose or cure anything. But, we do have the tools and knowledge to help most common ailments. We work closely with your physical therapist if needed and of course follow doctors orders/ prescriptions. Our assessments include looking at your health and fitness history to prepare a program that will strengthen all the muscles in your body and increase mobility to help alleviate pain.