A roadmap for your fitness.
Avoid injury and get the most out of your workouts by having a form assessment check to make sure you are maintaining proper form while lifting.
- Make sure your area is well lit, with a clear view of yourself. Camera phone uploads are fine as long as the image is clear. I have to have an actual quality video to go on.
- Pick angles with what I might critique in mind. In most cases, a 3/4 angle from the front or back is ideal so I can catch everything I need to see.
- Do not shoot me a video of your 1 rep max in hopes of form tips. It’s more likely that your true max form will never be perfect in any lift. This service is to help you fix your form in general on submaximal work. A set of 3-5 or more should suffice. Foundational development will flow into heavier lifts.
- Don’t edit your video. Just send it in, less than one minute in length. Keep it brief and to the point.
“I have worked with many trainers over the years. No one wants you to reach your goals more than Eric does. He pushes you beyond what you think you’re capable of and encourages you to get those gains.
There are several times I have cursed his name while working out, but then later am thankful he pushes as hard as he does.
I highly recommend him as a trainer and if you’re serious about reaching your goals, he’s your guy. If you’re new to having a personal trainer, Eric is by far the most patient and positive trainer you could ask for. He’ll push you, but he’ll also teach you too.“