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Have you ever thought about using an online personal trainer? Had some doubts? Now’s your chance to try it out for FREE with no strings attached! Well, one string – space is limited!


With this 2-week, no obligations, FREE trial, you have the opportunity to find out what online personal training is all about. Not only do you get the workouts, you get videos and 2 weekly email check ins for accountability.



This is truly an opportunity you don’t want to pass up!

So, you might be asking yourself, "Why Choose an Online Trainer?" Here's what you get when you have me as your trainer:
  • Accountability 
  • Motivation 
  • Support 
  • Affordability 
  • Ability to work out anywhere you prefer 
  • Ability to work out on your schedule 
  • No more guesswork with our workouts 

Is online training isn't for everyone? Honestly, no. So, how do you know if online training is for you?


Online training is right for you if you are …
  • Self-motivated 
  • Willing to follow a plan 
  • Ready for a change 
  • Willing to work hard 
  • Able to workout alone 
  • Able to learn quickly by watching videos 

If you think online training might be for you OR you want to test it out, now's the time to try it out for FREE. But, spaces are limited!

What do you need to do next? Just sign up now through October 14, 2015. On October 18, I will send you all you need to get started. I’m ready! Are you?


Fine Print: 1) Not open to past or current clients. 2) Spots are limited. 3) When you sign up, you are acknowledging and accepting the waiver of liability.

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