DBM’s emphasis is strength and metabolic conditioning. Grand Rapids area personal trainer Debbie Martilotta works with each individual to develop a customized plan consisting of two 30-minute personal training sessions per week by appointment. These workouts are aimed at improving body composition and contour by adding lean muscle tissue, combined with a dietary strategy to reduce body fat.
As an added convenience, Debbie offers group classes during the week that can be taken in conjunction with training sessions or on their own. These 1/2 hour classes work toward the same theory that 2 – 30-minute sessions of high-intensity strength training, along with proper diet and lifestyle changes, designed for clients who want to achieve maximum results.
GROUP CLASS SCHEDULE:
Tuesday 6 pm | Saturday 9 & 10:30 am
30 minutes, new clients welcome, in-studio or via Zoom link
The DBM program is perfect for people who want to efficiently optimize their time and their results through true strength resistance training. Getting there requires progressive weight and supervised form.
Debbie will assist you with:
- Gaining lean muscle and losing fat
- Assessing your physical condition and tracking changes
- Setting and reaching your goals
- Learning proper strength training techniques
- Getting the most out of two half-hour weekly workout sessions by honing your personalized and progressive program
- Cost Efficient, 10-session packages for $250
Benefits of Strength Training the DBM Way:
- It promotes strong bones. Weakening bones is a concern that all people have to face as they age. The stress that strength training puts on your bones increases their density and prevents osteoporosis, keeping you strong and healthy as the years’ pass.
- It helps to control your weight. While you might relate weight loss with intense cardiovascular workouts, strength training is just as important if you want to lose weight. Gaining muscle increases your metabolism and causes your body to burn calories more efficiently.
- It prevents sarcopenia, the loss of muscle as part of aging.
- It gives you more energy. Like all workouts, strength training increases your stamina and helps you to stay alert and focused. After a few weeks of regular weight lifting or bodyweight exercises, you’ll notice that you feel more energized throughout the day. Some scientific studies even show that years of regular strength training exercises help to sharpen your focus and keep your mind attentive as you age.