Improve your fitness with a personalized workout routine by Sunset Strength
The best fitness routines start with intention.
On January 1, every gym is full of new members seeking health and fitness for the New Year. But did you know that 88% of New Year’s resolutions fail? This is what happens when your intentions are unclear.
If you want to improve your health through fitness, you must first discover your Why. Want to lose weight? If yes, why? Want to climb the Half Dome, or test your limits on the PCT? Maybe you want to chase your pup or play with your kids easier, or just want to look better in a bathing suit? (We get it.) There’s no right or wrong reason to start a new fitness routine, but your motivation must be clear in order to achieve that elusive perseverance.
A good coach can design a program that properly aligns with your personal intentions.
Coach Tyler Reese, founder of the Bay Area’s Sunset strength and conditioning, believes that lifelong fitness is defined by physical challenge, mental acumen, and a full life outside of the gym. (When he’s not in the gym, he explores nature with his family.) Reese is certified in NASM Personal Training, NASM Performance Enhancement, OPEX CCP, USA Weightlifting Sports Performance, Crossfit Level 1, and Precision Nutrition. He has also trained Olympic weightlifters.
But you don’t have to be an Olympic weightlifter to work with Reese; you don’t even have to be an athlete. All you need is an interest in the movement and a goal to work toward.
At Sunset Strength and Conditioning, it starts with setting intentions. During your first consultation, they will help you unpack the Why before prescribing the How? ‘Or’ What. When your intentions are clear and aligned with your workouts, you begin to move toward true fitness, good health, and longevity. Nutrition and lifestyle plans are also available.
Request a free consultation, then follow up with ongoing weekly and monthly check-ups. Your plan will be adjusted to accommodate the progress you make or any regressions (don’t worry, it happens). Individual fitness services are available in person and virtually.