Ann Prokenpek - NASM Elite Trainer

Bio

Thank you for your interest in training with me. When you work with me, it is my mission is to empower you to create the body you have always desired. I will work to cultivate a new passion for training and eating healthy into your life inspiring you to make it a brand new lifestyle. After an initial, comprehensive assessment including goniometric measurements that help assess your range of motion (ROM) and complement the other physical assessments, I design a functional workout program unique to you and your specific goals and needs. A program that includes corrective exercise to improve your range of motion (ROM) and keep you free from injury while working hard towards your goals.

My training style is fun and motivational, very creative and keeps you wondering “what’s next?” with every workout. Together, we will develop goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely (SMART). You may have an ultimate goal, but we will have interim goals that will help keep you inspired and motivated along the way. I look forward to working with you. Are you a SilverSneakers member? I offer SilverSneakers Flex workouts.

Bad weather? No problem. No babysitter? No problem. I also offer training via live webcam.

Specialties:

Affiliation:

  • Sharecare

Location:

  • To The Core Personal Training
  • Roswell, GA

Activity

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