I feel that it is very important to have a thorough assessment with any new client that comes around. There are many trainers out there who don't do any type of assessment besides measuring body fat at a few sites, if that. Without determining individualized problem areas, strengths, weaknesses, imbalances, etc., how do you go about developing a specific program for someone? You don't. When I first started training, I didn't always do full assessments and I have come to realize how important they are over time. I luckily have had the opportunity to learn from some of the best and use in depth assessments to design individualized programs for every client I see. There are too many "trainers" out there who shouldn't be training people. Let me help you reach your goals, I'll even let you try me out for free before you make any commitment; how many "trainers" at your average commercial gym will do that?
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