FAQ's Your Health, My Mission

FAQ
Your fitness questions answered!
  • On average, I recommend dedicating 3 days each week to your training in order to see the desired results. Individual fitness goals, starting health and goals will also impact your training schedule. Together we’ll make a plan to ensure the results you desire. 

  • Training sessions are 30 or 60 minutes depending on the plan your membership plan. 
  • Most clients train 3 times a week, although you can train train as much as you’d like according to your personal schedule and availability. Training sessions are available Monday – Friday 11am-9pm, Saturday 11am-4pm and Sunday 12pm-3pm.

  • A personal trainer will develop a personalized training program designed to help you meet your fitness goals. You’ll learn proper technique, accountability, motivation, goal setting, reliable and non-judgmental support. and always be efficiently challenged. 

  • Everyone is unique and while results can vary, you should expect to FEEL the results of your training sooner than you SEE them. In addition to the changes in your body’s size and shape, those that are consistent with their workouts also experience improvements in mood, energy levels, sleep, focus and more in as little as two to three weeks. The more consistent you are with your workouts and healthy eating habits, the sooner and more noticeable your results will be.

  • TP Fitness utilizes a buffet style training fee system. This means that you can come in and train as many times as you want each week (Monday – Friday) for one simple monthly fee. Select 30 min or 60 minute sessions. Training fees are paid monthly. Visit the membership page to see the training option that works best for you.

  • You’ll want to ensure you have enough energy to get you through your training session. About an hour or so before your session, you’ll want to fuel your body with an easily digested carbohydrate such as fruit and yogurt,  toast and peanut butter, a protein bar or protein shake. Just be sure not to eat too much or it can leave you feeling sluggish and heavy.

    Eating after your workout is just as important as eating before your workout, as you need to feed your muscles and replenish your system. Eat a small snack consisting of protein and easily digested carbohydrates within about an hour of training and then your next meal an hour or two later.

     

    I recommend experimenting with the types of food and the timing of your pre and post workout meals to discover what works best for you.

  • The most important diet is the one you can stick to! In general though, think of it as an eating lifestyle change as losing and maintaining weight loss is a long-term and consistent journey. A calorie deficit diet, eating fewer calories than your body burns will aid the weight loss process. Avoiding fast foods, fried foods, sodas, processed foods, sugar and alcohol is recommended.