Your bone and body health begins here
Personal Training at EVERY life stage that helps you lose weight, feel great, and protects your bones.
Helping women create stronger bodies that can last a lifetime is my speciality.
Most people focus on the here and now; focusing on looking good and feeling good – and that’s a great start BUT
TAKE IT TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Leveling up your fitness routine means incorporating targeted and intentional exercises that strengthen your muscles and bones – And why not? You’re working out anyway, right? (and if not, let’s talk about starting that up, ok??)
Why not invest your time wisely?!
No more jogging around the block chasing your dreams of a better looking, better feeling you yet going nowhere.
There’s no more guesswork! I’ll help you create a fitness and health program that works for your lifestyle and goals!
I focus on the right amount of exercise in the right way.
Working with clients, I optimise exercise programs by:
- Giving you the most bang for your buck. Your time is precious and your exercise routine should be focused and effective.
“Stacey has a distinctive approach. She has filtered her workouts so they are shorter, but more effective. She does a total body workout without wasting any time. Every move she teaches has multiple purposes. Her workouts are effective and efficient.” [Jamie Geller, Celebrity Chef and Bestselling Author.
- Focusing on often overlooked essentials such as better bone health, core strengthening, pelvic floor integrity, stamina, and more.
- Ensuring your safety! My number one priority is that my clients are doing things right! I make sure your form is spot on (doing the exercises correctly and aren’t causing more harm than good).
Most people would say…I’m obsessed with Bone Health…that’s the topic that lights me up and makes me want to shout out on the rooftops…don’t neglect your bones!!
So why the obsession? I had a serious wake up call – my lovely mother was diagnosed with osteoporosis after a sudden (no fall, no sneeze, no nothing!) fragility fracture in her lumbar spine. She could barely move, she was in terrible pain, and it surprised the heck out of her!
Here is the big take away:
Secretly and silently, your bones could be whittling away without your knowledge BUT Osteoporosis and fractures are preventable.
And prevention can start with your next workout.
“I thought my doctor would be thrilled that I’d started swimming weekly. I was surprised when he told me that although great for my muscles, it did nothing for my bones. My bones, I thought? I’m under 30! Why do I need to worry about my bones? I had no idea where to go or who could guide me in finding an exercise regimen that would be perfect for me- and all of me. Until I heard about Stacey.” (R.S., Beit Shemesh)
Work with me and we’ll talk about my four pillars of a well balanced fitness program:
- Strength Training
- Impact Exercises
- Balance training
→ Strength training – lift heavy stuff and see your body transform – scary? I’ll show you how to start and keep it going.
→ Impact exercise – tell your bones they need to grow. Jumping rope is my oxygen – not your style? We’ll find something for you that fits your needs.
→ Posture – If sitting is the new smoking then great posture is the cure. Proper alignment helps (almost) everything.
“… Stacey is focused on posture. I so appreciate this focus… It certainly helps with good form for the workouts. [Maryann Touitou, Denver].
→ Balance training – it’s not your old fashioned standing on one leg business…this is serious fun stuff that gets you moving in all directions!i
‘When you work out with Stacey you feel really invigorated. Her professionalism in regards to the workout is incorporated in a fun and productive way… You can’t belief that the class is over, because the time just flies. She is great for any type of workout, whether in the pool or indoors, in person, or online..” [S.L].
“Stacey Kalla has been my personal trainer for a while and I very highly recommend her. Stacey is very knowledgeable. She knows how to motivate. She also has an excellent sense of when to push and when to keep things even. More importantly, she is a pleasure to work with.” [N.S]
“Stacey really listened to my health concerns and offered several good ideas.” [S.L.].