Developing practical strength is essential to a long, independent life.
Loss of muscle mass and strength often lead to the onset of disease and illness.
My approach to strength, and nutrition, is to be smart. I don’t care how many burpees you can do in 60 seconds. I want to know that you can squat down to pick something up, lift an object overhead, push an item forward, and pull it backward. These are elements of functional strength that make life easier.
Going all out in a workout does not mean that it is a good one!
My training programs are designed to improve:
Increasing your muscle mass will help you burn more fat and keep it off. The only way to do this is through strength training.
When done correctly, strength training is also great for cardiovascular health.
I work with my clients to make smart choices with exercise and nutrition to create a new lifestyle based on healthy habits. Learn more about my approach to getting healthy through good nutrition and exercise in my free ebook. Click here to get your copy.
A testimony to Cynthia’s program. Just went with the family on a 3.5 mile hike in Maine in the woods and on the road, up and down hills and rough terrain. A year ago, I couldn’t make it up one of the hills without stopping and feeling completely out of breath. This year – after fifteen weeks of Cynthia’s workouts – mostly 2 times a week – I kept up with my super fit brother-in-law and sister! Makes me feel proud and also thankful that Cynthia pushes me beyond where I think I can go!
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