How to Keep Up a Fitness Program Once You Finish Physical Therapy
-Do you want an exercise program tailored to you and your schedule?
-Do you want to lose weight but haven’t had success with fad diets?
-Do you want to workout but don’t feel comfortable in a big gym setting?
If you answered ‘YES’ to any of these questions, Personal Trainer and Health Coach Millie Betts can help!
Millie is holding 30-minute info sessions and then offering FREE one-on-one consultations right here at LSTC.
MONDAY, June 13th from 5-6pm AND
WEDNESDAY, June 15th from 12:30 to 1:30pm
RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY! See Sarah, our Patient Rep or our front desk staff!
More about Millie:
Millie has more than 30 years of experience in the fitness industry. She is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) as a Personal Trainer and is also a certified health coach and group fitness instructor. Millie leads group and individual weigh management programs and is a trained Weight Watchers Leader. Millie is excited to take LSTC’s Fitness Program to the next level by offering the general public and our patients who are finished with their physical therapy and want to continue a fitness program with some additional supervision and accountability. Learn more about Millie and her services at: www.personalbetts.com
“I am passionate about helping my clients become the fittest and healthiest that they can be. My clients become my friends and forming a partnership to help them move, at their pace, toward their goals. Eating healthfully and moving more in this culture is not easy. Support, guidance, motivation, education, training, and accountability are all key components to making a shift. I get to know my clients and their strengths and vulnerabilities. Together we work toward creating the environments and strategies that help them make better choices, consistently, in their life.
Getting healthy and fit is a long-term commitment. Changing old habits is not easy. I think of myself as a “lifestyle change agent”, nurturing the very best in my clients and assisting them in discarding what no longer serves them.”
Want to contact Millie directly aqnd get on the road to a healthier lifestyle?
Call Millie at 703-421-4395 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.