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Thank you for taking a moment to learn about Victor Fitness. You’re here because making a change to your health, appearance or the way you feel is important. Our history of helping people change their lives by overcoming a number of physical obstacles is lengthy and complete.
The journey, however, begins with extensive testing and measuring so that progress isn’t just lip service, but something our clients can truly “measure the mileage” of their accomplishments. The goals of our clients are extremely diverse, including weight loss, muscular weight gain, enhanced sports performance, minimizing physical disabilities, turning heads at reunions, brides and grooms looking their best for that “big day”, new mom’s wanting that pre-baby body again, and very simply everything in-between.
Two recurring comments our trainers hear from VF clients are “I never could have pushed myself that hard if I worked out alone” and “I need someone to be accountable to.” The bigger question is “don’t you think it’s time to embark on a journey that can change your life?”
At Victor Fitness, we’re ready to help you make that happen. Tomorrow comes early.
Fitness training extends significantly beyond simply “getting in shape.” For those people who have experienced either temporary or permanent physical set-backs, we are trained and prepared to help you live the best physical life possible. Our clientele is diverse and includes not only the able-bodied but those who suffer from multiple sclerosis, clinical and morbid obesity, strokes, traumatic injury, and strength rehabilitation after surgery or physical therapy.
For those who have completed physical therapy, we serve as that “next stop” to enhancing your return to daily living activities by helping you reach that next physical level. We are HIPPA compliant, and only upon your approval, will communicate with your medical care staff, apprising them of the exercises we are doing with you and providing objective reports of your improvements. We consider ourselves a part of your circle of care.