If you pay any attention to the street pavement, whether while walking, bike riding or driving, you see this abbreviation sprayed on the ground before a major street project. It's about safety - for the neighbors around and the workers on the job.
Just the other day, seeing this universal sign during a morning walk reminded me of the throngs of people that start a fitness program without the appropriate knowledge to really do it right.
Call! BEFORE you dig... So you don't end up in an Ace bandage or cast! Working with an exercise professional certainly does not insure you muscles won't be sore, or you will never get injured, but by golly, I see more folks that jump into programs (can you spell Cross Fit?) or other routines that maybe inappropriate for their fitness or medical level.
Why not get the best out of the effort and energy you are willing
to put into your health and fitness?
Certified professionals like myself have years (in my case, decades) of training and specialized expertise working with folks like you- whether you are a male or female, 20 something through 90 something and everyone in between. Whether you have one medical condition (Arthritis? Fibromyalgia? Cancer?) or many more than one, a certified fitness professional can help you get started safely and get results.
The right professional, one that understands you, your goals and your current physical and emotional condition along with your life schedule can make the difference between another fitness failure and a lifelong healthy approach to exercise, selected just for you.
So, remember, CBYD and have a happy August!
Need a trainer to help you navigate the potholes in your fitness regime? All it takes is a brief phone call to see if I might be the right trainer for you. Linda 203.877.5270