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September 2017

Certified to Train Special Populations

You can workout if you have the right personal trainer.

I am certified in Special Populations by AFPA.

I know how to modify exercise for a variety of conditions such as:

Lower Back Pain
Knee Problems
Post Rehab
Multiple Sclerosis

All Sessions Are Private
I offer a Free Fitness Analysis. Fill Out My Contact Form so we can get together and talk about what you want for your health. You may also call me here: 386-793-1101

Your current physical condition does not define you or control you!

A Protein Guide for Vegetarians

"To be a vegetarian, a non-vegetarian or a vegan is the personal choice of an individual. We are all entitled to our own views and decisions. However, sometimes, people are under the impression that one needs to eat meat in order to gain a decent amount of proteins. If you are one of them, here is how vegetarians can get a good amount of proteins."

Protein isn't all about meat. Check out this cool infographic:

What is your favorite protein source?

Age Is Not The Point!

Corefitness1on1 Personal Training is exclusively for women.

I have 34 years experience in the fitness and health field.

I train women from 18 to 74 years of age.

I work with women who are clinically obese to women who are in the elite category of physical condition. 

I understand how to modify exercise programs for my clients' needs and limitations.

I've helped many women improve their lives and feel better through exercise.

I am dedicated to helping women find their inner strength and beauty. 
Let’s get started on your road to living long and strong!

Contact us today for your free Fitness Analysis or call 386-793-1101.

Can our special populations personal training expertise help you or someone you love?

Let's Talk About Fruit

"If you start dieting, expect to hear at least a few coworkers, friends and family members tell you to start cutting fruit out of your diet because they think it’s too high in sugar. While you may not want to argue with them and just choose to nod in agreement, whatever you do, don’t cut fruit from your diet or you will be missing out on all the many health benefits of fruit.
As this infographic shows, not only is fruit reasonably low in calories despite its reputation for being so sugary, the health benefits of fruit are also way too good to even consider cutting it from your diet -especially for those trying to lose weight. In fact, watermelon, pineapple, grapefruit and pear could even help you lose weight." - Jill Harness

See Jill's fruit infographic by visiting the link below.

What's your favorite fruit?

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