I have defined myself in many ways through my life: as a mother, a wife and, among other things, as someone who works out. I've never led a team to greatness or achieved anything physically noteworthy. But, I have believed we are all better when we try to improve, and, in a gym, I could measure growth and progress among weights and mats and bands. That is, until a ruptured disk in my back resulted in two doctors breaking the news: I would never run or lift again. Eventually and stubbornly, I tried a session with Ken. I explained I could not hold a weight because it would compress my spine. I explained I could not lean forward or back, I couldn't jump or push or twist. Ken carefully listened and said, "Trust me."
With that, Ken gave me back my life. We are a team: him, carefully watching and evaluating the risk of my every move; me, giving feedback, admitting when my pain starts, adjusting my routine to accommodate my issues. No one has ever done this for me. Every trainer has led me to injury. It's not their fault. I'm genetically difficult, titanically stubborn, irrationally determined. And ever devoted to the one person who remains peerless in his profession.
Ken keeps records, and uses the data to modify programs to best serve each person. Ken refuses to over train, instead insists on workouts that bring benefits without abuse. He talks about the value of nutrition, setting goals, and monitoring progress.
WANT YOUR LIFE BACK OR A NEW APPROACH TO AN OLD ROUTINE? TRUST KEN.