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Physical Fitness Planning


Fitness Formula

3 hrs exercise per day x 5 days per week + 3, 6, or 12-months exercise plan = success



Weight-loss goals can mean the difference between success and failure. Realistic, well-planned weight-loss goals keep you focused and motivated. They provide a plan for change as you transition to a healthier lifestyle


Setting fitness goals is important in the fitness training process. Here are 7 steps that we will guide you through.


  • Set long-term goals – First, we will identify the fitness goal, be it losing weight, getting a muscular body, or improving your endurance. Our Personal Trainer is a great resource to help you identify this correctly.

  • Set short-term goals – Now that a fitness goal is known, identify monthly and weekly goals to create an atmosphere of success, and to be able to monitor progress. Our Personal Trainers will help with this as well.

  • Measure progress – Create an assessment tool to measure progress made in the short-term goals.

  • Make short-term goals attainable – The goals must be mildly demanding to attain which will create a momentum to continue.  Our Personal Trainers will lead you to the right goals.

  • Follow the plan – Once a fitness plan consisting of an exercise routine is drafted, stick to it. It is essential to develop the habit of exercising and to become responsible enough to follow the weekly or monthly plans. 

  • Find motivation – Find a way to motivate yourself through every goal, over every hurdle, and towards final success. Your Personal Trainer knows how to keep you motivated.

  • Reward yourself – Finally, reward yourself for all the sweat you’re putting in. Once you successfully fulfil a monthly goal, treat yourself. Everybody needs a cheat day from time to time and allowing yourself one after a month of hard work will only get you going stronger after it.


Cross training is a way to vary your fitness program by combining different types of exercise activities. When exercising, it is important to include a variety of exercises from different disciplines. Exercise programs without some variability may increase your risk of sustaining an injury from repetitive strain or overuse. Our cross-training fitness program incorporates cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and flexibility exercises like yoga or Pilates. Our exercise routine are tailor made to your athletic abilities, fitness goals, and training experiences.


Cross training is a common training technique. It has several benefits, whether you are a competitive athlete or simply want to improve your overall fitness level:

  • Cross training allows you to work muscles all over your body. Because you are not using the same muscles in the same way all the time — as you do when participating in single sport activities — you may experience fewer overuse injuries.

  • Including a variety of activities in your fitness program will help prevent boredom. That can help you stick to the program.

  • Exercising various muscle groups may help your muscles adapt more easily to new activities.

  • If you do become injured, you usually will not have to give up your entire fitness program or interrupt your training routine. You may be able to modify or substitute activities, based on your doctor's suggestions.

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