Yes, we deliver the most comprehensive and convenient personal training and nutrition coaching services you’ll find anywhere in Prosper! We bring all the necessary tools with us, and deliver fitness directly to the residents of Prosper neighborhoods, including but not limited to:
- Amberwood Farms
- Fairways of Gentle Creek
- Highland Meadows
- Whispering Farms
- Christie Farms
- Frontier Estates
- Lakes of La Cima
- Whitley Place
- Estates at Greenpoint
- Gentle Creek
- Saddle Creek
- Windsong Ranch
- And more…
7 Reasons Our Prosper In Home Personal Training is Your Key to Body Transformation
By coming to your home in the Prosper area, your personal trainer better learns your specific lifestyle challenges and can prevent them from becoming roadblocks on the path to your desired body and health. No equipment? No problem. We bring all the necessary tools with us!
You don’t have to waste money on gas driving around Prosper, mileage off your car, or even worse: your precious time trying to get yourself and even kids to and from a germ-infested gym with minimal & often questionable childcare.
You get personalized instruction from not just a teenage weekend-certified rep counter on ‘roids, but a real professional trainer with intense education in anatomy, physiology, & natural health & fitness.
Our unique Comprehensive Biometric Assessments will give you the much-needed month-to-month motivation you need to hit your checkpoints on time and achieve your overall goals. Your own fitness nutritionist in Prosper will come right to you with all the equipment needed for scheduled measurement.
Your own password-protected webpage complete with your ever-improving photos and 20 personal statistics will keep you excited on the journey to a new and better you. Get the benefits of a biggest-loser style visual of your change, right here from your personal trainer in Prosper, TX.
You’ve got nothing to lose: We offer a 30-Day 100% Money-Back Guarantee of Your Satisfaction with Our Service and Your Progress. That’s right: if on the 29th day, you tell us that we haven’t delivered what you thought you were buying, we’ll refund every penny paid & respectfully say goodbye.
What A Client Recently Said About Our Prosper In Home Personal Training
Hello All! I had been using a trainer to build muscle and reduce body fat since February 2013. At my third month of training I felt I had been following my trainers exercise regime and diet to a “T” but seeing little results. There were improvements but not swimsuit, summer time worthy improvements. I was at the point of dropping my trainer and just exercising on my own. Rather than quitting all together, I tried a different trainer. I told the new trainer the results I wanted and certain areas that I really wanted to “SEE” improvements from. Over the course of the first month I recognized that the new trainer listened and came up with a plan. He actually made it his professional goal that I meet and exceed my physical goals by recording my progress and keeping me accountable with my food diary. As a result of starting with a new trainer, I have seen drastic results without having to increase my workout days of 3 times a week nor my workout time of 45 minutes per session. Basically, for the same amount of time out of my day I am getting double the results I would have seen with my first trainer. Not to mention, I have gained muscle mass, dropped body fat and can “SEE” results. With all the above being said and me being thrilled with my results so far, I want to recommend my personal trainer to anyone wanting to improve their overall health or like me J just want to look good! … He shows a passion and knowledge of personal fitness like I have not seen or experienced in any other gym or home training experience.
– Angela B., Personal Training Client
*Note: Your results may vary, depending on the both the level of your compliance with our program and strategies, and the speed at which your unique body responds.
The Reason Why Prosper, Texas Needs In Home Personal Training
Prosper has a weight problem. Being the home of great restaurants like Cotton Gin Cafe, Mesa’s Mexican Grill and Palio’s Pizza Cafe probably doesn’t help. Furthermore, what do residents like to do after eating? Well, sit a bit more during a movie at either Cinemark or AMC Stonebriar of course. Fortunately, a variety of fitness gyms such as The Cell, Anytime Fitness, and PAC Fitness try to offset the problem. But are they really helping? The local hospitals Baylor Medical Center and Methodist Hospital are certainly not hurting for business. Yet the major diseases that bring people there are supposed to be preventable through healthy lifestyle. Speaking of business, most of it in Prosper is done from a cubicle inside multi-office complexes. Certainly, sitting all day in Frisco Square or The Summit would contribute heavily to complications that arise from inactivity.
Between office hours, one can find plenty of great places to exercise in Prosper, even outside of the gyms. You can be very active at Town Lake Park, or Pecan Grove Park. They offer great settings for walks, jogs, and biking. Yet that doesn’t seem to be enough to positively effect the fitness of Prosper residents. What is going on? Maybe there are just no healthy food options. That can’t be the case, with places like Whole Foods Market offering natural groceries and balanced meals.
Spiritual health seems to be a priority in Prosper. Prestonwood Baptist Church and Lighthouse Christian Fellowship are thriving. Yet physical health continues to suffer. Research has shown a relationship between poverty and health problems, so maybe that’s at play. However, the median household income of Prosper residents is $108,626, well above the national average.
It boils down to priorities. And with such a fast-paced and family-packed life, Prosper residents find it hard to take care of themselves while trying to care for everyone else. They need structure, but not in a burdensome way that adds to an already hectic schedule. They rather need a convenient solution. Not “pop-a-pill for 3 months, lose 5 pounds, and leave me feeling terrible” convenient, but something that will impact lasting positive change. Yes, convenient needs to be miraculously paired with comprehensiveness. It’s tough to do, but our years of experience in Prosper, offering personal training and nutrition coaching, have grown into a home-delivered service that actually works. How about that for a change?