What makes us different? We’re about Fun, Fitness AND Fertility!
Our fit camp is two parts: 3 days a week you will join others in a group/semi private fitness class.
Set to music to keep the tempo and spirits high, our trainers will work you through strength training, agility training and aerobic fitness. You will work with teammates to improve your cardiovascular fitness and muscle strength.
Twice a week you will meet as a combined group ( the morning and evening fitcamp sessions together) for a 60 minute walk.
Once it will be solely a social walk to get to know the other “campers” and once weekly you will be joined by a guest walker who will lecture on topics of interest to you such as fertility, nutrition, cooking, exercise, vitamin supplements, psychology and acupuncture.
Take advantage of our introductory offer…just $30 for your first week!
After you give us a try, then we ask you to make a 4 week commitment.
It will be hard to see results in one month, ideally plan on working with us for 3-6 months. Habits are formed with more repetition and our goal is to make exercise a part of your life. If you sign up for 3 months, we give you the second 3 months at half price and if you sign up for 6 months, you get second 6 months for FREE!
We are motivated to ensure results.
At the outset, we make take initial stats: height, weight, blood pressure as well as a fertility history: menstrual cycle length, months trying to conceive, treatments used. We will update this every 1-3 months to keep you on track. We will work with you w email reminders to maintain a healthy lifestyle. We are here for you.
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As a physician, I am in the business of promoting health. I believe my job is to create a partnership with my patients in order to help them improve their quality of life.
Although I am a gynecologist/reproductive endocrinologist, I don’t want to limit myself to only fixing problems relating to women’s reproductive health.
To truly maximize your health, I believe that the journey involves working on improving mental, physical, and spiritual fitness. These three areas are interrelated, as mind-body medicine teaches us daily.
Recently I was talking to a client about lifestyle — in particular diet and exercise. When I asked about how often she worked out, she replied, “I know that I SHOULD exercise but I have so much to deal with now, especially the infertility. I feel that I’m entitled to a break — I need to treat myself — so I am not exercising.”
How sad, AND how counterproductive!
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