Jacqueline understands bodies and how to help people (who, like me, may not like exercise and have tried to avoid it for years) move from reluctant to eager exercisers. —Sondra P.
“I don’t want to spend all my time in a gym…”
- “I’m tired of always starting a new diet…”
- “I’m tired all the time!”
- “I’m having trouble (walking, opening jars, climbing stairs)…”
- “I’m stressed out…”
- “It often hurts when I move…”
Knowing What To Do Is Not the Problem
You probably know what to do to develop a healthy lifestyle. As a matter of fact, the main reason many of us give up is because we tend to look at how far we still have to go, instead of how far we have come.
You (Maybe) Want to Get More Active…
You would love to have more energy. But it’s sooo hard to get started. Or… you have health or back problems. Or you’re recovering from an injury, and you need someone who can help you exercise in a safe and effective way. Plus, life is so stressful. And… maybe you’re tired of the diet/weight gain cycle, but confused by all the conflicting information you read.
You’re Not Doing Anything Wrong…
You’re just not doing things that work for you. Coupled with that, maybe you don’t know what it even looks like. As an example, you want a plan that is flexible and realistic, while helping you deal with the personal obstacles you face. In the long run, success comes when you become aware, make small changes. Additionally, you want goals that matter to you, as well as ones that result in a personal lifestyle choice.
I have worked as a Personal Trainer and Health & Wellness Coach — for a while now. As a result, I understand bodies, as well as your ambivalence and hesitation. Further, I offer folks, who may not like working out, a way to move from reluctant to eager exercisers. At the same time, I coach by encouraging you to explore possibilities for change rather than dwell on reasons you can’t or haven’t.
Perhaps you want information about how to reach the goals you seek. Meanwhile, you want to know how much time it takes, what’s involved, and all that. Specifically, you want to talk to someone who can offer options on how to make your goals a reality.
Together, with a fitness and wellbeing assessment, we explore your relationship to food and eating. Equally important, I support you by pinpointing ways you can cope with, and control, energy drains and stressors that make you uncomfortable.
Real challenges in your life make it difficult to maintain your health, lose weight, get fit, eat better, rest well, and handle stress. With this in mind, I encourage you to work with me through Audacious-Aging.NYC® (contact me here), to get started.
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