Here are my policies, prices and procedures if your interested in in home personal training. Message me with any questions, thank you.
Shane McLean’s in-home personal training
Thank you for considering me for your health and fitness needs. I know there is a ton of choices out there, and I’m very grateful. This handout provides a little information about myself, package costs, policies and what to expect in our time together.
A little about me - I’ve been an American Council of Exercise Certified Personal Trainer for seven years and counting. I have previously worked at the T. Boone Pickens YMCA, and I’m currently employed by Just Fitness in Mesquite. Also, I’ve been doing in-home training for the past 4 years and am insured.
I like to keep our training light and fun, but I’m serious when it come to your exercise form and getting results. Many things in our lives are complicated, but your exercise shouldn’t be one of them. I believe exercise is a reward for your body and should be enjoyed.
I’m also a recognized voice in the fitness industry, featured in print and online media including Examiner.com, Women’s Health Magazine, and the Dallas Morning News.
My training style focuses on your core, strength, and mobility. Conditioning in these areas will help you look, move and feel like a million bucks. Moving, looking, and feeling better is my goal for you when you train with me.
My motto is "To improve one’s balance, strength, and mobility so you can move, look and feel better."
What’s included in your monthly fee
· Individualized programming
· One hour personal training session (s)
· Email support on Fridays between 5 pm – 8pm (CST) I will be available via
firstname.lastname@example.org. To expedite a response, the email should be point form, with one point per question, and each question of no longer than 3 sentences, and no more than 3 questions at one time.
· Phone and text support for short questions and scheduling purposes. I’ll get back to you ASAP.
· Use of mats and equipment.
· My sense of humor J
Packages available - Monthly one hour sessions.
One session per week- $200 per month
Two sessions per week- $360 per month
Three sessions per week- $540 per month
Methods of payment
Square space (Credit card)
My business hours
Mon- Fri 6 am- 3:30 pm
Saturdays 8 am- 12 pm
Business policies and procedures
I hope we have a ton of fun together, and you get the results you deserve. To avoid confusion and future disputes, these are my policies and procedures.
· Your monthly charge will be due on your first training session for the month. If your first session is the 15th, then your month with end the 15th of next month.
· There is a 16-hour cancellation policy. When less notice is given, you’ll lose the session. When 16 hours’ notice is given, we can reschedule the session.
· Your purchased sessions will expire at the end of your month. I will make exceptions for sickness, unexpected travel, and other issues. This will be negotiated between the two of us.
· We will schedule your weekly sessions by phone and in person during business hours.
· You don’t need to purchase any equipment. If you have some, that’s great and we will use it if the need arises.
· Text and phone calls are a best way to get hold of me for scheduling and short questions.
· If I’m running late due to traffic, I will call you, and you will still get your full hour. If you’re running late, please call or text me on 469-328-0244.
· Please be honest about how you are feeling before our session begins. My goal is to help you feel better, not drive you into the ground.
· If you’d like to keep track of your progress, I will set you up a Dropbox so you can keep track of your sets, reps, weight etc.
Let’s get after it and have some fun.
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During the holiday season when you’re getting pulled in a million different directions, it’s hard to keep your health and fitness a priority. With work, holiday parties, family gatherings and gift buying, having any moment to yourself or time to exercise can be difficult.
However, exercise is perfect for reducing holiday stress and for keeping off those unwanted pounds. Anytime you do exercise, it needs to be efficient, intense and fun. This allows you to bake Christmas cookies and eat them, too. Guilt free cookies, who would have thought?
With this in mind, plug in these time efficient trainings whether you’re at the gym or at home. Your waistline and taste buds will thank you.
1. No time, no problem
This training is perfect when you only have a spare 30 minutes to use at the gym.
Do exercises 1a through 1c and 2a through 2c one after the other with little rest or no rest in between exercises. Repeat each circuit once or twice for a total of two-three rounds. For each strength exercise do between eight-twelve reps and for the core exercises go for 30-60 seconds. Rest when needed between sets and circuits.
Dumbbell (just use one)
1a. Goblet squat
2c. Dumbbell twist
Resistance band (just use one)
Green band=easy. Red band= medium. Blue= hard. Black= hardest.
1a. Band squat
1c. Leg raises
2a. Split squat
2. No gym, no problem
When time is of the essence, you can exercise your entire body with these three moves. If you can’t make it to the gym, this bare-bones training can be done at home (bodyweight). Do as many rounds as possible in 10, 15 or 20 minutes of the following circuit. Rest when needed.
When time is not on your side, keeping your exercise simple, efficient and uncomplicated is the way to go. The only thing you really need to worry about now is whether you’ve been naughty or nice.
This is a weekly series on exercise that will give you the biggest bang for your buck in and out of the gym. This weeks exercise is crocodile breathing. Steve Irwin would be proud.
Why you should do this - Breathing with the diaphragm and not your upper chest back muscles is the proper way to breathe,
Makes your everyday life easier because- It will reduce your stress level, relax you and put you in a better frame of frame of mind before and after your training..
Form tip- You should feel your tummy filling full of air. Relax and concentrate of your breath for 1-2 minutes.
TO BUSY FOR THE GYM?????
If that's the case I can bring the exercise to you.
I've recently started an in home personal training service in Dallas, Mesquite, Garland and Sunnyvale Texas. If you or some one you know hasn't got time for the gym and still wants great results in the comfort of their own home, then I'm your trainer.
If you're interested email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Thanks and you're awesome
This is going to be a weekly series on exercise that have the biggest bang for your buck and also make your everyday life easier. Today it's the staggered single leg dead lift.
Why you must include it in your routine- It strengthens the glutes, hamstrings and core and teaches you how to use your hips properly. Works on your balance
Makes your everyday life easier because- We often flex our low back to pick up stuff from the ground. Over time your back may get very angry. This exercise reinforces the proper way to bend over. Plus you cannot get enough balance.
How may sets and reps? 2-3 sets and 8-12 reps on each leg.
Watch it performed here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ce3JX8VX9ak
Putting two exercises together can get you double the results in half the time.
Clickhttps://www.gowellpath.com/thepath/122-combination-exercises-you-must-try for my go to combo exercises.
A little bit for everything for everybody on this fantastic long weekend.