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  • Why should I hire a personal trainer?
    A personal trainer provides you with an extra set of eyes. They give live direct feedback to each person to highlight what is being done right and correct what’s being performed incorrectly. A personal trainer provides an extra set of hands. This is important when spotting and assisting when performing a specific movement or exercise. An extra set of hands also allows for a more efficient workout. The trainer will load and unload all the weights and have each station already set up in advance. A good personal trainer will save you time, money, and resources. They are experienced in one way or another. They have a strong educational background or have worked in the field for several years. A personal trainer also helps accelerate your results by having the knowledge and skills needed to design a good training program. This gives you both what you want and what they feel you need to perform at your best.
  • Can I speak to you by phone or video chat to get more information before I join?
    Absolutely! Simply book a “FREE Program Inquiry” to speak to an OSF trainer directly about our services via Zoom video chat and discuss your needs and program details. You can book that on our contact us page.
  • Do I have to belong to a gym to book a session?
    No, a gym membership is not required to book a session.
  • Is there a money back guarantee?
    Yes, we have a 100 percent money back guarantee.
  • Do you work with specific I/DD conditions or diagnosis?
    We work with and have experience working with individuals of all disability diagnosis in one on one and group settings. We regularly work with the following diagnosis following or in addition to their traditional therapy: - Cerebral Palsy & Down Syndrome - Fragile X Syndrome & Asperger's Syndrome - Autism Spectrum Disorder & Attention-Deficit Disorder - Intellectual Disability & Learning Disability - Emotional Disturbance & Traumatic Brain Injury - Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and more.
  • What ages do you work with?
    Our youngest adaptive fitness participant is 16 years old and our oldest has been 71 years young both of varying diagnosis.
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