Hello Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali,
Teaching you how to manage your health properly, with sensible nutrition and fitness instruction unique to your goals, circumstances and resources; implementing natural, positive, safe, effective, efficient and enjoyable solutions.
Personal Trainer~NAPS 2 B Fit…
Personal training mission: fitness activities for vibrant living… To provide safe and effective activities that help the individual live their vibrant life. I will meet you where you’re at and help you define a realistic plan of where you wish to go.
Group exercise mission: Inclusive, multi-level fitness… To make everyone who enters feel welcome and acknowledged in my class. To have safe and effective options for all levels of fitness. To edu-tain – teach while holding members’ interest.
Here is the mission and philosophy I use for my business and myself:
“My mission is to help each of my clients reach his or her Personal Peak in fitness. I help clients reach their fitness goals by delivering the most effective in-home and outdoor personal training to them in the environment that’s most comfortable and convenient for them. Individualized, safe, high-intensity workouts which allow clients to achieve maximum results in the shortest amount of time is my specialty.”
Here is my philosophy:
“I believe in actual fitness, rather than the appearance of fitness. Actual fitness is the only outcome worthy of the intense training my clients commit to and endure, and it is the only path to better health of mind, body and spirit.”
My goal as a Group Fitness Instructor, to make classes fun, educational, productive, and effective for participants. As a Personal Trainer, to bring the same into a personal plan for a fit lifestyle based on an individual’s real life outside the gym.
My ultimate mission as a Fitness Professional is to reach target communities to help change the face of personal training from being thought of as primarily for the young, the athelete, or the well-to-do. To help women incorporate a more balanced fitness regimen into their everyday lives, as well as reaching people whose fitness factors are as much a socio-economic issue, as it is their “diet”.