I have a great workout program for you. You can scroll down if you aren’t interested in why I made this program. But it you are let’s have a quick chat.

Why is it easier to skip a workout than to actually do the workout?

In my opinion it has a lot to do with how you frame the workout. More specifically, what your expectations and perceptions are.


  1. Stop watching other people and comparing yourself. Instead of getting caught up listening to what everyone else is telling you to do, listen to yourself. Have a conversation with yourself about what you want (expectations) and how you can get there (perception).
  2. Keep it simple. I found that what worked for me and my clients was simple. Literally, simple workouts without all the pizzaz that has become popular. No hype. No one-upping. Just consistently showing up and putting in the work.
  3. Keep your focus on the long-term and work with consistency. Make a realistic plan. Focus on small steps towards the big goal and be realistic about your time frame.


The solution I created were three easy and simple workouts that I knew my clients could do. Truly, an answer for those seeking guidance on their own. I also wanted them to be scalable, meaning a variety of fitness experiences and levels could use it.

They can be used at home or at the gym. And are each 30 minutes long.

I have is almost 15 yeas of industry experience as a trainer and gym owner. And a passion to share what I have learned with you. Take a look below.



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