Physical Training Programs

Strength, Conditioning, Weight loss and Re-hab Programs

Many people need individual attention, especially at the start of a fitness program. The problem most people face when starting an exercise regime is they have no clear established starting point. In any given workout program it is hard to develop a successful plan unless you have some understanding as to where you begin. It’s like trying to give someone driving directions without an initial starting point, it can be done, but would not result in the most effective or efficient route.Unfortunately, most people set out on a workout program with no clear direction, defined goals or an understanding of really what they want and can accomplish within their current fitness level. This soon leads to workout frustration,confusion and worse …STOPPING.

My goal is to design a plan geared to helping reach your goals in the most efficient and effective way. This is why it is imperative that each individual client be properly assessed and educated. I conduct a comprehensive assessment necessary to design a program to fit your needs and goals. Whether your goals are to lose weight, gain strength, remain healthy, stop pain, improve posture or performance,  the proper starting point is a MUST when designing a successful program.

You will be assessed on the following:

1. Body weight and body circumferences
2. Strength measures of the core, legs and chest
3. Core imbalances and weaknesses
4. Flexibility
5. Hip, back and neck imbalances
6. Posture assessment
7. Goals and physical challenges

Assessment  results guide me to design a program tailored  to your current physical state (strength, cardiovascular and flexibility), your body’s imbalances, your time, lifestyle restrictions, your stress level, and your budget. So whether you want to run a race, become more flexible, heal from an injury, get leaner, get stronger or just plain feel better, I am here to guide you, educate you and keep you accountable so that you can obtain long term success and better health.

Available programs:

One-on-one personal training
Comprised of individual training and coaching for the individual with specific needs and goals, requiring more personal attention.  

Cost: $95.00 / single session

Buddy Training
Bring a buddy to your session. This workout is best for clients who are of equal physical fitness and health.

Cost: $65.00 each/single session

*Additional fees may apply for travel

-Currently, I am not accepting new training clients

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Kate Deering Fitness

Iron Part 4
What about Iron Overload?
Now, that you know how to increase your iron levels (without taking iron), what do you do if you have too much iron, and you want to decrease your iron levels?
As we get older, we tend to accumulate iron in our tissues. This shows up as age pigment, also known as lipofuscin. Lipofuscin is brown spots on your skin (and organs) that is believed to be increased by exposure to iron, polyunsaturated fats, estrogen, stress and a Vitamin E deficiency.
This accumulation of iron can increase your chances of almost ever disease. Women under 50, who have a menstrual cycle, have a much lower chance of almost all disease, due to their ability to get rid of iron.
Yet, once a woman goes through menopause and stops having a monthly iron detox, within about 15 years, she will catch up to men in the amount of iron accumulating in her tissue (due to their increased estrogen levels).
So what can you do if you have iron accumulation?*
*FYI, This can happen whether your labs say you are "high" iron or "low" iron. Many so called "iron anemic" people can have iron accumulation in their tissues, even when their blood levels are low.
👉1. Donate blood. Donating blood will not only help reduce your iron overload, but it will help others.
👉2. Phlebotomy. If you can not donate blood, for one reason or another, then you can get a phlebotomy treatment. -Blood donation and phlebotomy will remove about a pint of blood and 220-250mg of iron from your body.
👉3. Stop consuming iron-rich foods. Decrease your consumption of muscles meats and other iron rich foods. If you DO consume iron rich foods, make sure they contain other iron regulators--Vitamin A and copper. ie. liver
👉4. Chelation. Of course, I am not saying to do aggressive chelation therapy, as these therapies can be quite dangerous. Yet, I am saying consume foods (and a few supplements) that work as natural chelators
-OJ/Vitamin C
-Milk and other dairy products due to their calcium content
-Shilajit - I have only used @mitolife, but have had good success. (Use CODE: DEERING15 for15% off)
👉5. Add in foods/substances that will DECREASE iron absorption
-Consume Coffee and/or tea with iron rich foods
-Consume cocoa with iron rich foods.
-Drink milk and other dairy products
-Reduce stress
-Lower estrogen levels--carrot salad, no soy, get off BC, HRT or ERT, reduce xenoestrogens (plastics, make up, etc)
-Consume a quality vitamin E supplement to protect against the oxidative effects of iron. Quality sources are UNIQUE E

And Vitamin E MITOLIFE use DEERING15 for 15% off

*Please understand this is not medical advise🙏
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