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5 thoughts on “Start here

  1. Hi Drew. I know someone who has done one-on-one classes with you before which is where I got your name from. My hubby and I need some direction in our workout routine (which is very sporadic at best). He works during the day and I work early evenings, so we really only have weekends to work out. We would like to work out together if possible. We are looking for some personal training sessions to do together to get us started and then sporadically to keep us going. Can you touch base with me and let me know if this is something you can help us out with? Cheers.

  2. HI Drew . we chatted a bit on FB. Though I don’t have a sense one can’t make change 60 and over, are you interested in this age group? I would one-to-one with you or partner to get going. I would like to loss 20 pounds gained in menopause and feel less stressed and enhnace over sense fo well being. Let me know if this sounds a fit for you! Cheers, Yvonne

  3. Hi Drew,

    Is there any way a person can lower their blood pressure and high cholesterol and blood glucose into a normal range naturally.

    1. Hi Robert!

      Thanks for you question! We certainly aren’t Doctors but we highly believe in food and activity levels as well. Safely increasing your activity level and improving your nutrition has proven to decrease blood pressure and reduce high cholesterol. If you’d like to talk about how you can get started we’d be happy to help you out. But the short answer to your question is YES! :)

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