The answer to changing your life is right here! Personal trainer in Chicago and author Michael Moody (also known for being the fitness expert on the Biggest Loser/MSN Chicago tour and the personal fitness trainer for The Whitney Reynolds Show on PBS) has personally helped clients collectively lose over 2,500 lbs since 2005!
Currently, he is the personal trainer for Emmy Award winning producer Dana Michelle Cook, executive producer of Chicago Ideas Week Carrie Kennedy, and director John Lerchen.
Michael's personal training programs have set the standard for personal trainers in Chicago with his one-on-one personal training sessions and unique integration of personal fitness, nutritional guidance, and stress management.
As a certified fitness nutrition specialist in Chicago, Michael truly tailors the comprehensive experience for weight loss results....guaranteed. Like Dr. Fuhrman, Michael's approach leans on natural choices without weight loss supplements (unlike most personal trainers). The structure is adaptable, realistic, and integrative. And...yes....clients can still drink a glass of wine in their diet while trying to lose weight.
While Michael has presented his program "Trick Your Mind into Weight Loss" at many events, he has also lectured over 100 hours on personal fitness, motivation, body image, and stress at Illinois State University, corporations, schools, and workshops. Recently, he led an inspirational workshop in Guatemala on how to break down your barriers of fear and produced a segment for PBS's The Whitney Reynolds Show.
Never hired a personal trainer in Chicago before? The personal training experience can vary greatly among personal trainers (for better or worse). Michael has personal trained professionals, brides, seniors, at-home parents, athletes, and more in Chicago. He prides himself on an adaptive personal training approach that is efficient and results focused. Michael's clients value personal trainers in Chicago who don't push supplements or focus on reckless fitness movements they find in magazines. As a whole, he not only focuses on injury rehabilitation and prevention but provides nutritional and behavioral guidelines for personal change.
Treat yourself to results and invest in 1 month of personal training in Chicago today and you'll see the difference.