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Personal Training

I teach a way to restore a youthful look to your neck and face, which is an area that shows your age quite a bit.
— Tim Farrow, NMT

  • Increase your strength and improve your appearance and body image
  • Discover just how little time it takes to attain your physical goals
  • Enjoy being in your body more and learn to appreciate and love it
  • Reduce fat and restore youthful energy levels
  • Get the motivation you need to discover your hidden potential
  • Remove your reasons for being lazy

I have a weight-room but I rarely train clients with weights. Why? I want to show you exercises you can do using your own body weight. No need to join a gym and have to drive somewhere to workout. The easier it is to do your workout, the greater chance you will actually do it!

I want to show you how you can get a full-body workout in about 20 minutes! Don’t tell me you don’t have time — tell me you don’t want to. But of course you do!

You want to increase your muscle mass, which will make you more youthful and beautiful. You want to get rid of fat and restore your youthful vigor. It is much easier than you might think!

After age 25, the average person loses one pound of muscle mass per year. This is why your metabolism slows down as you age, causing fat gain and increased lethargy. It does not have to be this way! 

Strength training cannot only restore youthful muscle mass, it can increase it. Studies have shown that even people in their 90′s can increase their muscle mass. The problem is people think it’s hard to do.

Exercise vs. Working Out

There is a difference between exercising and working out. Exercise is extremely healthy for burning fat and increasing metabolism. It becomes a workout when you are sore the next day! The muscles must be slightly injured through overuse. Then they must be rested until they are no longer sore. This is how you gain muscle.

The workout itself tears down the muscle. Rest after the workout is the time the muscle is built back stronger, bigger and more robust. Trainers often overlook — or de-emphasize — the rest period leading to over-training and lack of results. In extreme cases, over-training can cause injury. After you have gotten nice and sore from a workout, it’s time to rest those muscles, allowing them to build back and recover. Then hit it again!

If this is easy and convenient, you will be motivated to do it. As you get better and stronger, you will enjoy it more and more. I didn’t say it wouldn’t hurt. It hurts so good! The pain is extremely short-lived but the results are long-lasting.

How to Avoid Surgical Solutions

I teach a way to restore a youthful look to your neck and face which is an area that shows your age quite a bit. The sagging jowl-line and loose skin on your neck is one of the first signs of aging. This is why people get face lifts!

Muscle atrophy and loss of skin elasticity is the reason for this sagging. Tightening the skin through surgery is a temporary fix, and can be seriously botched. As these small facial muscles atrophy you are left with sagging skin where muscle used to be.

I teach a way, through isometric and resistance exercises, to restore those muscles. Coupling this with increased intake of essential fatty acids (EFA’s) will give you back your youthful facial features.