May is here and we are seeing our clients working hard and crushing their goals! This month we’re celebrating success stories (Check out Linda Coto!) and looking at quantitative measurements with our 5/15 Dexa scan opportunity.
Personal trainer tip: Quantitative measurements
The truth is, even if you don’t measure something, it doesn’t mean it’s not true. Check out Lee’s latest tip on the importance of gathering data, knowing if you’re on the right track, and the harmful effects of visceral fat.
DEXA scan opportunity: May 15
Body composition is important for many reasons. Contrary to popular myth, none of them having anything to do with how you look in a swimsuit! We’re excited to partner with DEXA PDX to offer Hyatt Training members an easy and accurate option to track and measure body fat percentage, muscle mass and visceral fat. Learn more about what is measured, cost and schedule.
Success story: Linda Coto
An avid runner, Linda has learned the importance of resistance training and has combined the two to make a complete and sustainable fitness lifestyle. Working with her personal trainer Hayden Olson has given her the tools she needs to reach and exceed her goals. Read her inspiring story and advice!
Referral program is going strong!
We’re wild about the recent article published by The Boston Globe. It touts the benefits of personal training and the best way to identify a good a trainer for yourself. We’d love it if you would share it with your friends and family! Learn more about how each member you refer equals a free month of gym access for you! A referral is the biggest compliment or thank you you could give us! A huge thanks to the members who have been busy sending friends and family our way!
At Hyatt Training, your optimal health and wellness is our #1 goal. We blend art and science to create programs that are applicable to life and sport. We bring together strength and conditioning, cardiovascular health, yoga and nutrition to deliver a comprehensive lifetime health and wellness strategy made just for you. To learn more about our personal trainers or health practitioners, or to set up a free consultation to see how they could help you, email us at Go@HyattTraining.com.