I’ve found my niche at Pinnacle Health + Fitness. It’s taken about four months of this training to fully develop such that people notice it and make comments about it. Bob says “you’re the only one who gets ‘em to sweat.” One prospective client knew she wanted to work with me because of how hard my workouts look: “I wanna do that!” And my newest clients admitted they were nervous about their first sessions because they saw my workout with another lady and can’t quite imagine them being able to complete it.
Of course I didn’t invent HIIT training, but I’m mastering it. HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training. In short, you sprint through an exercise (or set) and then rest and repeat for 30-40 minutes. It’s been shown to benefit many aspects of health, including cardiovascular health which is my number one focus. So I started training most of my clients with this method and it’s really started to work.
The comments from clients and other members have been fantastic. I’m making a name for myself with this type of training and I’m continually developing my execution. It’s not for everyone, and I’m ok with that. I want healthy clients and I want results. A lot of people come to me wanting to lose ten pounds – this is a great way to do it.