Frequently Asked Questions
Here are a few answers to some common questions asked.
Q. Who can start an exercise program?
A. Anyone can start an exercise program. Always consult your physician before starting.
Q. What do I need to get started on an exercise program?
A. Look at your schedule realistically. How many days are you willing to commit to an exercise program? How long per workout? Identify any other obstacles which may prevent you from exercising and try to work around them. Make a commitment to yourself and call today.
Q. Where do you train?
A. We do part of our training in our exercise facility or in the client’s home or outdoors (we bring all necessary equipment, but can also use whatever you have).
Q. I don’t want to lift weights as I don’t want big bulky muscles. What can I do?
A. Don’t worry, it won’t happen. Women do not produce enough of the hormone testosterone for hypertrophy to occur. However, women can expect to achieve more tone and definition from resistance training.
Q. How do I get started training?
A. You can call us at (562) 896-7629 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can decide to set up a training session(s) or class/group training.
Q. Is there a cancellation policy?
A. Yes. If an appointment is scheduled you must give 24 hour notification of cancellation or you will be charged for the session.
Q. How many days per week do I need to train?
A. Much depends on whether you want to maintain a certain level of fitness or gain improvements. We will discuss your program options after a consultation to see what your personal needs are. It is dependent on you and your motivation.
Q. Do you provide nutrition advice and guidance?
A. Absolutely! You can work out like crazy, but if you don’t address what you are eating, you won’t get far. Basic nutrition assessment will be provided by your trainer.Contact us at email@example.com for further information. Call (562) 896-7629 or email us at terrine@WonderfullyFit.com
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