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Women’s Fitness Specialist

Nov 9, 2012   //   by Tracy Rewerts   //   Blog  //  Comments Off on Women’s Fitness Specialist

Women's Fitness SpecialistWomen’s Fitness Specialist

I recently completed another fitness course as a Women’s Fitness Specialist (WFS), so I wanted to briefly explain the specific health challenges women have throughout their lifespan and the benefits of a specialized fitness program to maximize results for female clients in each of the age groups.

This includes athletes and non-athletes, teens, pre- and postnatal women, pre, mid, and postmenopausal women, and women with specific health conditions that may compromise their overall health, well-being, or ability to regularly exercise.

Women today face many demands on their time, which includes balancing a career, family, social obligations, and maintaining overall health and wellness. Life phases also affect women as each phase comes with a different set of challenges and adaptations. On top of this is the numerous health issues associated with obesity, which the numbers continue to increase yearly.

Other issues associated with inadequate exercise during these life phases include negative changes in body composition and a loss of basic functions due to lack of overall strength, core strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, and flexibility. Losing function negatively affects the ability of women to complete daily tasks, putting them at a higher risk for injury.

By understanding women’s anatomical structures and physiological functions during the different life phases, It will allow me to create specialized fitness programs especially for them as a women’s fitness specialist.

How Can You Benefit From A Women’s Fitness Specialist?

For the teen female client, along with an appropriate designed fitness program for their age, adolescence is a time to introduce proper training techniques, improve overall health and nutrition, improve balance, and possibly train for a specific sport of interest.

Time For Change Personal Training Pre and Post Natal Services

Optimal health and fitness is important for women surrounding a pregnancy, and working closely with the client’s obstetrician is very important. Women without contraindications to exercise should engage in aerobic and strength training throughout their pregnancy and into the postpartum period with a fitness program that changes as their body changes.

women's fitness specialistFor women that are pre, mid, post menopausal and beyond, there are special considerations during this time when it comes to body composition, strength, bone density, and balance.

Remaining highly active, along with maintaining a healthy diet and cardiorespiratory health throughout adulthood is one of the key components to longevity and quality of life.

The most important thing for me when working with a client is their “Why”. Why do you want to make a change, lose weight, improve your health, or whatever it may be. I’m here to listen, to help make the best fitness program for you and your health, and to help you reach your goals as a women’s fitness specialist.

So what are you waiting for? It’s Time For Change! Click on Time For Change Personal Training Services  to see what services I offer and get started today! I look forward to helping you with your fitness goals.

Ways to Stay Fit This Fall

Oct 10, 2012   //   by Tracy Rewerts   //   Blog  //  Comments Off on Ways to Stay Fit This Fall

Ways To Stay Fit This Fall

Ways To Stay Fit This FallIt’s hard to stay motivated to keep fit, stick to your goals, and maintain a healthy diet with the fall weather getting cooler and the holiday season approaching. So I wanted to give you a few easy ways to stay fit this fall to help keep you on track and stick to your goals.

Workouts are usually the first to be crossed off the list when your schedule gets busy, but this is the most important thing to keep on the list. Stick to your fitness goals as there are many added benefits to improving your health.

Working out helps to decrease stress, keeps your immune system strong, and keeps your metabolism pumping so you can burn more calories and fat, just to name a few. You haven’t worked hard all year just to let it go to waste now.

Time For Change Personal Training has fitness groups several times per week, or I can come to your home, place of work during lunch, or a local park for personal training to help you with your fitness goals.

The other part that suffers when you get busy is your nutritional intake or diet. First, try to plan one day a week where you pre-makeWays To Stay Fit This Fall - Time For Change Personal Training your healthy meals so you can freeze some and have some ready to go to heat up quick when you get home. Most people will try and do this on Sunday so they’re ready to go for their busy week of work, school and kids activities.

Make sure you minimize processed foods as much as possible. Pre-packaged foods and fast foods have a lot of unknown ingredients that can easily throw your diet off and are very unhealthy.

Do your best to eliminate refined carbohydrates such as sweets, sugary drinks, white flour in breads, pasta, snacks, white rice, and potatoes.

When you must eat out, try to make healthy choices from the menu, but watch out for extra hidden calories in dressings and sauces. As an example, if you’re having a sandwich, select a grilled (not breaded) chicken breast or fish and ask if you can replace the bread with lettuce, for a lettuce wrap or just don’t eat the bread.

Skip any appetizers and desserts and just order the main meal. If you feel you need something sweet, choose a fresh fruit, and substitute refined carbs with foods like brown rice and extra vegetables if possible.

Hopefully these simple tips will help you stay fit this fall season. If you want the personal accountability to meet your fitness goals and to finally break through the weight loss issues, click here ==> Time For Change Personal Training Services to see what I offer to my clients that will help maximize fat burning, so you can get stronger, more fit, and get the nutritional info you need to succeed.

Benefits of Battle Ropes and Kettlebells, Plus My Top Fitness Tips

Sep 13, 2012   //   by Tracy Rewerts   //   Blog  //  Comments Off on Benefits of Battle Ropes and Kettlebells, Plus My Top Fitness Tips

Benefits of Battle Ropes and Kettlebells, Plus My Top Fitness Tips

At Time For Change Personal Training we just recently we added battle ropes and kettlebells to our repertoire of tools to use as part of our fitness programs. I wanted to briefly explain what each of these are and why they’re so beneficial to your workout routine.

Benefits of Battle Ropes

Benefits of Battle Ropes Plus My Top Fitness TipsBattle Ropes provide are an unbelievable exercise tool that provide an intense workout for improving muscular strength, endurance, cardiovascular conditioning, have substantial fat burning properties, and will get your heart rate going immediately. They also help increase aerobic and anaerobic capacity, are a low impact cardiovascular training tool, and gives you a full body workout including great conditioning. We can easily adjust the workout intensity for individual ability, size, and strength, so ladies, this is for you too.

Benefits of Kettlebells

Kettlebell exercises will increase your heart rate much like the standard cardio exercises, but also works every muscle group in your body. TheseBenefits of Kettlebells Plus My Top Fitness Tips exercises are movement-based, not just lifting-based, so you get a full body workout every time. The kettlebell also replaces many of the individualized bars, dumbbells, and cardio equipment. Again, we can adjust the weight of the kettlebell and movement being done to accommodate for any individual persons need.
Want to experience the safe and proper way to use battle ropes and kettlebells for yourself? Then join us at Time For Change Personal Training or our Fitness Groups offered four times per week.

My Top Fitness Tips:

Lastly, I wanted to share with you some of my top fitness tips….enjoy and Keep Movin’!
  • Make sure you warm-up prior to any exercise activity to help protect the body from injury. The purpose of the warm-up is to get your joints “lubed up” with synovial fluid and to increase your body temperature.
  • Walking is good for you, but this activity shouldn’t be your primary workout. Use walking in addition to your fitness program. Try challenging yourself with exercises that incorporate all of these components: endurance, flexibility, cardiovascular fitness, balance, and strengthening.
  • The amount of intensity you perform during your exercise routine will affect your fitness results. If you’re working out 4 times per week for an hour each that’s 240 minutes. You can increase your intensity and decrease the amount of time working out, and you’d get better results. We’re all very busy these days with family, work, and such, so make every minute count during your workouts.
  • Using good form and having good body posture when doing exercises is very important to help prevent injuries. Keep your chest and chin up and pull your shoulders down and back will help prevent the misalignment of your spine and joints. Always keep your core tight (tummy pulled in) throughout all exercises, but don’t forget to keep breathing the correct way.
  • If your main goal is to lose weight, you’ll need to focus more on resistance and strength training then on cardio. This will help you increase muscle mass quickly which in turn will help increase your metabolism to help you burn more calories faster. Cardio is still important for the heart and the cardiovascular system, but it’s not as efficient for weight loss.
  • You must be consistent and stick with it if you want to see results. Try to set a goal at the beginning so you have something to work for that will help you push a little harder each workout, then update your goals as needed. Make sure you track what you’re doing so you can see if you’re making progress in your fitness goals.
  • Want great abdominal muscles (or the famous ‘6 pack’)? You can’t just do a bunch of abdominal exercises and expect a cut, lean stomach. If you want great abs, follow this recipe: 80% percent of what you put into your mouth (the nutrition that you’re fueling your body with everyday) will impact the amount of fat that you carry around your mid-section, the other 20% will come from doing full-body workouts to decrease your overall body fat percentage, and increase muscle tone.
  • Hitting plateaus can be very discouraging and happens to all of us. Break through these plateaus by increasing your exercise intensity, lift a little heavier weights or change up the routine by changing reps/sets, run and cycle faster, get more rest, and change your nutritional intake.
  • Make sure you drink plenty of water and feed your muscles after working out with protein. You just spent time tearing your muscles down (which is what you’re doing when you exercise), so now you need to give them the nutrients they need to build the muscle back up. Supply your muscles with high quality protein within a half hour after your workout.
So what are you waiting for? Get started on a exercise program today by clicking on the Time For Change Personal Training Services tab to see what will work best for you. Your first step is to just decide, then take action!

Weight Training

Aug 2, 2012   //   by Tracy Rewerts   //   Blog  //  Comments Off on Weight Training

Weight Training

If you want to lose weight and increase your metabolism, one of the most important things you can do is weight training. Your nutritional diet and cardio training is important as well, but when it comes to changing how your body looks and feels, weight training (also known as strength training) will win every time.

Here are some of the benefits of a weight training program that just might motivate you to start:

  •  Helps increase your metabolism. (muscle will burn more calories than fat, so the more muscle you have the more calories you will burn).
  • Increases the ability of the core muscles to stabilize the pelvis and spine under more pressure.
  • Improves your muscle size and endurance by increasing the strength of the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and joints.
  • Increases bone mineral density and strengthens bones (especially important for women).
  • Helps improve balance and coordination, helping you avoid injuries.
  •  Increases your self-esteem and confidence.

 Is Weight Training For You?

Weight Training Many people will say as they get older they can’t workout, or they don’t have time. Then they pay the price by losing strength and muscle mass that is necessary for daily functioning, which then leads to an increase in injuries. Have you ever heard of the saying, “if you don’t use it, you lose it”? Well, this holds true in this case, if you fail to keep up your strength, especially as you get older, you will have difficulties with simple everyday tasks that you use to be able to do with ease and possibly injure yourself. Yes, the older gal you see to the left is lifting a lot of weights, and you can too.

So learn the benefits of working with free weights from a skilled Certified Personal Trainer. Tracy Rewerts at Time For Change Personal Training, LLC can help you benefit from a weight training program to help you prevent an injury from occurring or to start healing from an injury from the past. No matter what your age, there’s a need for strength training and I can help you determine the frequency, number of reps, and the amount of weight to lift during your workouts depending on your personal goals.

The most familiar myth about weight training (especially for women) is that lifting weights will make my muscles too big. Lighter weights with fast repetitions will yield nice toned muscles, rather than large muscle bulk. If bulk is what you’re looking for, I can adjust for that as well.

Safety While Weight Training

Don’t just jump into weight training quite yet. Keep these key points in mind before you get started on your strength training workout:

  1. Be sure to always warm up before you start your workout or weight lifting to prevent injuries.
  2. Don’t hold your breath while performing exercises. Be sure to breath correctly by exhaling forcefully through your mouth during the hardest part of the exercise and Inhaling through the easiest part.
  3. Use the full range of motion throughout the movement you’re performing.
  4. Don’t rush through your weight lifting motions. Lift and lower your weights slowly by resisting in each direction. Watch your posture and be sure not to “cheat” by using the momentum to lift the weight. (this means you’re trying to compensate and you’re using too heavy of weights).
  5. Always tighten your core by engaging your abdominal muscles during every movement.

Want to get started on a weight training program today? Click on the contact tab above to get in touch with me or go Time For Change Personal Training Services to see what we offer.  It’s Time For Change….What are you waiting for?

Hydration and Sports Nutrition For Your Workouts

Jun 25, 2012   //   by Tracy Rewerts   //   Blog  //  Comments Off on Hydration and Sports Nutrition For Your Workouts

Hydration and Sports Nutrition For Your Workouts

hydration and sports nutrition for your workoutsWith the hot summer months upon us, if you’re doing any form of exercising (which hopefully you are), consider these strategies for hydration and sports nutrition to help you get the most out of your workouts and for a healthier you.

Regular exercise is an important part of health and fitness, but did you know that what you ate last night for dinner and for breakfast this morning can have a huge impact on the quality of your workout today?

Proper hydration and sports nutrition will ensure your diet will efficiently fuel your workout routine and help optimize athletic performance.  Here are the important pieces of a healthy training diet that supports athletic performance.

Smart Hydration For Your Workouts

The human body is made up of 60% water with fluids that help maintain normal body temperature and deliver energy and nutrients to hardworking muscles.  An adult loses about 2 liters of fluid per day, and failure to replace these lost fluids raises the risk of dehydration.  So it’s recommended at a minimum, to drink half of your body weight in ounces per day of water for properl hydration. Also, drink an additional 8 ounces of water for every 25 pounds  carried above your ideal weight.

It’s essential to stay hydrated so you can perform better and push through your workout. Here it is broken down to make sure you’re getting the fluids that your body needs.  Pre-hydration begins with three cups of fluid in the hours leading up to your workout to assure normal levels with the goal to prevent dehydration from happening in the first place. 

During your workout, hydration with cool liquids early and often helps to prevent dehydration, electrolyte imbalances, and to minimize negative effects on athletic performance. In hot and humid conditions, you should drink even more fluids for every 15 minutes that you exercise. If exercising exceeds 60 minutes, use a healthy sports drink like Performance that can replace both fluid and miscle glycogen stores.

Rehydration after your workout is important to enhance the recovery process. In the hours after exercise, try to rehydrate with another two cups of fluid for every pound of weight lost durig your workout.

Sports Nutrition For Your Workouts

Carbohydrate Is the Fuel Of Choice: Carbohydrates are the most readily available fuel for your working muscles, so don’t be caught with low-carbohydrate fuel stores which can limit your performance. Choosing complex carbohydrates is always a good choice with maximum health benefits.

Protein Is Essential: Protein is a must for increasing muscle mass and strength, as well as for recovering from prolonged exercise.

Try to consume a balanced intake of fluids, carbohydrate, and protein within 30 minutes of your workout routine to maximize hydration, muscle repair and rebuilding, and muscle and energy refueling. The right balance of carbohydrate and protein can enhance the anabolic recovery process when consumed immediately after exercise and again an hour or two later. I recommend Physique, a pure energy shake with the right ratio of carbohydrates and protein.

Vitamins and Minerals: Since you can’t consume all the nutrients your body needs through the foods you’re eating, vitamins and minerals are essential for converting the food you eat into energy your muscles can use.

Stay fit this summer with timing the consumption of food with proper sports nutrition and hydration before, throughout your exercise session, and after your workouts to significantly improve hydration, energy, and recovery.

Boost Your Metabolism and Burn More Fat

Jun 11, 2012   //   by Tracy Rewerts   //   Blog  //  Comments Off on Boost Your Metabolism and Burn More Fat

Boost Your Metabolism and Burn More Fat

Metabolism is the key to weight loss, and all you need to know is the higher your metabolism, the more calories you’ll burn.  How do you boost your metabolism and burn more fat?  Your metabolic rate is influenced by your genetics, but exercising and watching what foods you eat can really boost your metabolism into high speed.

boost your metabolism and burn more fatNot all exercises are created equal when it comes to boosting your metabolism, so you must choose the best ones to obtain this goal.  You’re looking for exercises that do three things: burn calories during the workout, burn more fat and additional calories directly after the workout, and exercises that increase lean muscle mass which will then help you burn more calories and boost your metabolism.

Exercises To Boost Your Metabolism and Burn More Fat

When you do an endurance workout that has a steady speed throughout, such as cardio machines for 45 minutes plus, you are burning calories, but you’re not going to get the burning of calories afterwards or building of muscle mass, so this only meets one requirement and is not the best choice to boost your metabolism.

Interval Training is a type of cardio workout where you push yourself at a high intensity for a short period of time and then recover at a slower intensity of exercise. This will help you burn calories during the workout as well as give you burning of additional calories after your workout.

Strength Training or lifting weights is one of the best choices for boosting your metabolism because it helps you burn more fat and calories during and after your workout, and it helps increase your lean muscle mass. Time For Change Personal Training uses a combo of Strength Training and Interval Training to help you boost your metabolism big time and burn more body fat.

Foods To Boost Your Metabolism and Burn More Fat

Don’t waste your time working out if you’re going to miss the crucial step of feeding yourself the right foods.  A good workout and healthy diet go hand in hand, so you’ll need a variety in your healthy diet.  The recommended carbohydrate intake for adults is 50-70% of total caloric intake (stick with only complex carbohydrates), 15-30% for protein, and 10-30% for lipids (good fats and oils). Also, aim for an intake of 25 grams of fiber per day, and at a minimum, drink half of your body weight in ounces of water daily.

If you’re needing guidance on choosing the right exercises for the best benefit and what nutrition will help you lose weight, then click on the contact me tab above to get on the right track with your health!

What is your Body Mass Index?

Apr 26, 2012   //   by Tracy Rewerts   //   Blog  //  1 Comment

What is your Body Mass Index?

Body Mass Index or BMI is a number calculated from a person’s height in inches or meters and weight in either pounds or kilograms, depending which measuring system you use.

BMI can be an alternative for direct measures of body fat, and can be used as a screening tool to identify possible weight problems. However, please note that Body Mass Index is not a diagnostic tool. To determine if excess weight is a health risk, you would need to see a healthcare provider that would perform other assessments.

Your BMI acts as an indicator of overall body health by classifying your weight into a certain category of either underweight, healthy weight, overweight, or obese. This number will help in letting an individual know how their weight may lead to certain health problems.

How Do You Figure Your Body Mass Index?

First, you want to measure your height and weight, then plug the numbers into the formula below.

what is your Body Mass Index (BMI) formula

How Does My Body Mass Index Compare To Others?

Next, check your personal BMI result in the following scale (this scale is only for adults over 20, for children and teens, the interpretation of BMI is both age- and sex-specific):

  • A BMI of less than 18.5 indicates you are underweight for your height.
  • A BMI between 18.6 and 24.9 indicates you are at a healthy weight.
  • A BMI between 25 and 29.9 suggests you are overweight for your height.
  • A BMI of 30 or greater indicates obesity. If you are overweight and especially if you’re obese, consult a doctor about starting a weight loss program and exercise regimen. Then start an exercise program and start losing weight with the help of Time For Change Personal Training services.

Body Mass Index does not account for muscle mass. For example, a short individual who has a large muscle mass would be considered obese. So use the BMI number as a guideline only, not an absolute.

The BMI ranges are based on the relationship between body weight and your risk for several diseases and health conditions, including some of the following:

  • Hypertension
  • High LDL cholesterol, low HDL cholesterol, or high levels of triglycerides
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Gallbladder disease
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Respiratory problems and Sleep apnea
  • Endometrial, breast, and colon cancer

The main thing you want to look at with all of this is what category do you fall into? If you are underweight, you need to see a physician to find out what is going on that you are not gaining weight or might have an eating disorder.

If you are in the overweight or obese category, you need to do something about your health. You‘ll be at risk for one or many of the unhealthy diseases listed above. It’s never too late, you can start at any time, and you just have to decide.

So give it a try and see what your Body Mass Index is on the scale, you might be surprised. And remember, its just a tool to use to give you an idea of what category you might fit into. What are you waiting for? See how you might need to make a change in your health.

For more info on how you could benefit from a personal trainer to improve your health, contact Tracy Rewerts, NASM CPT, and click on Time For Change Personal Training Services. It’s Time For Change – start today!

 

Firestone CO Personal Trainer | Firestone, CO Personal Training

Apr 12, 2012   //   by Tracy Rewerts   //   Blog  //  Comments Off on Firestone CO Personal Trainer | Firestone, CO Personal Training

Firestone CO Personal Trainer | Firestone, CO Personal Training

Firestone, CO Personal Training | Firestone, CO Personal TrainerAre you looking for a Personal Trainer in Firestone, Colorado? If so, Time For Change Personal Training Is Here For You!

Time For Change Personal Training is a mobile personal training company that services Firestone and the surrounding areas,  traveling to your home, place of business, or local park to help you get in shape and improve your overall health. Offering personal training one-on-one, group fitness ‘bootcamps’, and nutritional consults.

Tracy Rewerts, Certified Personal Trainer in Firestone, CO, Helping You Lose Weight, Boost Your Metabolism, Improve Your Strength, and Tone Your Entire Body.

Tracy Rewerts, NASM Certified Personal Trainer in Firestone, Colorado is here to:

  • Help You Get Fit –I’m a personal trainer that will provide you with the proper tools and everything you need, so you can get in shape and have the fit body you want. I’ll help you lose weight, gain lean muscle mass, improve your metabolism, energy, strength, balance, and flexibility.
  • Help With NutritionWhat we fuel our bodies with will dictate how we feel and function throughout the day, and how our bodies recover at night. Discovering why and how to improve your nutrition is the base that all your other fitness goals will be built upon.  90% of all your fat loss goals are based on your nutrition.
  • Help Motivate You – Many people show up to the gym, health club, or rec center, just to go through the motions of a boring, low energy workout. If you want to get the results you want and get in shape, you need to work, and work as hard as you can. As your personal trainer, I’ll motivate and push you to the point where you need to be pushed individually.
  • Help Guide You – There are many people out there who exercise, but are typically doing the wrong exercises for them and doing them wrong.  This often leads to injury and being unable to do a fitness regimen at all, or function properly on a daily basis.  I’ll show you the most effective exercises that will give you the results you need, in a safe manner.  I’ll give you the direction you need to help you with your nutritional needs as well.
  • Help Keep You Accountable – I’ll help to make sure you show up for your workout, and hold you accountable to your fitness goals and to yourself.  No one can do this for you, you must make the decision to say, “It’s Time For Change”, and take action.
  • Help You Feel Great About Yourself – When you feel great about yourself, it boosts your self-esteem, which in turn helps you to be less stressed, and improves your health.

So, if you’re looking for Personal Trainer in Firestone, CO, or the surrounding areas, I can meet you where you’re at.  Click the Contact tab to get in touch with me or click on the Time For Change Personal Training Services tab to find out more.

To Your Health,

Tracy Rewerts, NASM CPT

Firestone Personal Trainer

Time For Change Personal Training

Firestone Personal Trainer serving 80520, 80530, 80542

Erie, CO Personal Training | Erie, CO Personal Trainer

Mar 12, 2012   //   by Tracy Rewerts   //   Blog  //  Comments Off on Erie, CO Personal Training | Erie, CO Personal Trainer

Erie, CO Personal Training | Erie, CO Personal TrainerErie, CO Personal Training | Erie, CO Personal Trainer

Are you looking for a Personal Trainer in Erie, Colorado? If so, Time For Change Personal Training Is Here For You!

Time For Change Personal Training is a mobile personal training company that services the Longmont and surrounding areas, traveling to your home, place of business, or local park to help you get in shape and improve your overall health. Offering personal training one-on-one, group fitness ‘bootcamps’, and nutritional consults.

Tracy Rewerts, Certified Personal Trainer in Erie, CO, Helping You Lose Weight, Boost Your Metabolism, Improve Your Strength, and Tone Your Entire Body.

Tracy Rewerts, NASM Certified Personal Trainer in Erie, Colorado is here to:

  • Help You Get Fit –I’m a personal trainer that will provide you with the proper tools and everything you need, so you can get in shape and have the fit body you want. I’ll help you lose weight, gain lean muscle mass, improve your metabolism, energy, strength, balance, and flexibility.
  • Help With NutritionWhat we fuel our bodies with will dictate how we feel and function throughout the day, and how our bodies recover at night. Discovering why and how to improve your nutrition is the base that all your other fitness goals will be built upon. 90% of all your fat loss goals are based on your nutrition.
  • Help Motivate You – Many people show up to the gym, health club, or rec center, just to go through the motions of a boring, low energy workout. If you want to get the results you want and get in shape, you need to work, and work as hard as you can. As your personal trainer, I’ll motivate and push you to the point where you need to be pushed individually.
  • Help Guide You – There are many people out there who exercise, but are typically doing the wrong exercises for them and doing them wrong. This often leads to injury and being unable to do a fitness regimen at all, or function properly on a daily basis. I’ll show you the most effective exercises that will give you the results you need, in a safe manner. I’ll give you the direction you need to help you with your nutritional needs as well.
  • Help Keep You Accountable – I’ll help to make sure you show up for your workout, and hold you accountable to your fitness goals and to yourself. No one can do this for you, you must make the decision to say, “It’s Time For Change”, and take action.
  • Help You Feel Great About Yourself – When you feel great about yourself, it boosts your self-esteem, which in turn helps you to be less stressed, and improves your health.

So, if you’re looking for Personal Trainer in Erie, CO, or the surrounding areas, I can meet you where you’re at. Click the Contact tab to get in touch with me or click on the Time For Change Personal Training Services tab to find out more.

To Your Health,

Tracy Rewerts, NASM CPT

Erie, CO Personal Trainer

Time For Change Personal Training

Erie, CO Personal Trainer serving 80516

Longmont Personal Trainer | Longmont Personal Training

Feb 24, 2012   //   by Tracy Rewerts   //   Blog  //  Comments Off on Longmont Personal Trainer | Longmont Personal Training

Longmont Personal Trainer | Longmont Personal Training - Time For Change Personal TrainingLongmont Personal Trainer | Longmont Personal Training

Are you looking for a Personal Trainer in Longmont, Colorado? If so, Time For Change Personal Training Is Here For You!

Time For Change Personal Training is a mobile personal training company that services the Longmont and surrounding areas,  traveling to your home, place of business, or local park to help you get in shape and improve your overall health. Offering personal training one-on-one, group fitness ‘bootcamps’, and nutritional consults.

Tracy Rewerts, Certified Personal Trainer in Longmont, CO, Helping You Lose Weight, Boost Your Metabolism, Improve Your Strength, and Tone Your Entire Body.

Tracy Rewerts, NASM Certified Personal Trainer in Longmont, Colorado is here to:

  • Help You Get Fit –I’m a personal trainer that will provide you with the proper tools and everything you need, so you can get in shape and have the fit body you want. I’ll help you lose weight, gain lean muscle mass, improve your metabolism, energy, strength, balance, and flexibility.
  • Help With NutritionWhat we fuel our bodies with will dictate how we feel and function throughout the day, and how our bodies recover at night. Discovering why and how to improve your nutrition is the base that all your other fitness goals will be built upon.  90% of all your fat loss goals are based on your nutrition.
  • Help Motivate You – Many people show up to the gym, health club, or rec center, just to go through the motions of a boring, low energy workout. If you want to get the results you want and get in shape, you need to work, and work as hard as you can. As your personal trainer, I’ll motivate and push you to the point where you need to be pushed individually.
  • Help Guide You – There are many people out there who exercise, but are typically doing the wrong exercises for them and doing them wrong.  This often leads to injury and being unable to do a fitness regimen at all, or function properly on a daily basis.  I’ll show you the most effective exercises that will give you the results you need, in a safe manner.  I’ll give you the direction you need to help you with your nutritional needs as well.
  • Help Keep You Accountable – I’ll help to make sure you show up for your workout, and hold you accountable to your fitness goals and to yourself.  No one can do this for you, you must make the decision to say, “It’s Time For Change”, and take action.
  • Help You Feel Great About Yourself – When you feel great about yourself, it boosts your self-esteem, which in turn helps you to be less stressed, and improves your health.

So, if you’re looking for Personal Trainer in Longmont, CO, or the surrounding areas, I can meet you where you’re at.  Click the Contact tab to get in touch with me or click on the Time For Change Personal Training Services tab to find out more.

To Your Health,

Tracy Rewerts, NASM CPT

Longmont Personal Trainer

Time For Change Personal Training

Longmont Personal Trainer serving 80501, 80502, 80503, 80504

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