Let Sarah get you lifting!
Northeast Fitness co-owner, certified personal trainer, and weightlifting enthusiast Sarah Leahy will coach you through learning how to lift heavy – squat, deadlift, and bench press, along with accessory lifts, mobility, and recovery to build total-body strength and get your confidence skyrocketing. Completely new to lifting? Start at the very beginning with Sarah in a non-intimidating environment where you’ll see your strength build and have fun along the way.
- Initial individual session with Sarah to work on basic form for the lifts and assess starting weight for the program. ($75 value)
- 2 day per week program with personalized weight progression for each client, in 4-week cycles. ($400 value)
- 5 group fitness classes per 4-week cycle to use for recovery classes -Yoga, Reformer Pilates, RealRyder cycling. ($100 value)
- Access to open gym times for self-guided supplemental work and active recovery. ($55 value)
Cost & Schedule:
- $250 non-member pricing for a 4-week session
- $200 member pricing for a 4-week session, and your current membership can be put on hold each month you sign up for the lifting program
Available 4-Week Sessions, Beginning Monday, October 2nd:
- Monday / Wednesday 7am
- Monday / Wednesday 8am
- Monday / Wednesday 9am
You’ll approach fitness from a viewpoint of what your body can DO, not what you look like.
We lose an average of 10% of our muscular strength each decade as we age, a consistent strength-training program will slow this process down and keep you stronger and healthier.
Afraid of “bulking up” and just want to “tone”? Unless you have testosterone and eat to grow, you won’t bulk up! Feminine curves are built by lifting!
Enhanced mood and decreased signs of depression, increased confidence.
Increased muscle mass = increased metabolism. Your resting metabolic rate increases an average of 7% when you start heavy lifting. New lifters experience an average 9% increase in resting metabolic rate for 3 days after a session and experienced lifters an average of 8%.
Increased bone density of 1 to 3%, reduced risk of osteoporosis.
Strengthens the muscles surrounding your spine for better neck & back health, including reduced low-back pain. (Sarah is an inch taller than when she started heavy lifting!)
Better posture, balance, and movement in daily activities, and better overall body awareness.
Lifting has been associated with decreased cardiovascular disease factors, decreased LDL (bad) cholesterol, decreased blood pressure, and improvements in Type 2 diabetes.
What are you waiting for?! Let’s get lifting! Contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and to sign up!