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A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.

Lao Tse

Fitness as a panacea...

Fitness, ie a healthy level of exercise, forms a large part of my counseling as exercise has such a tremendously positive impact on our overall well-being.


For example, through sport, an optimization of the cardiovascular system, the prevention of diseases (postural defects, tension headaches, herniated discs, etc.) and the reduction of stress can be achieved.


In the case of high personal and/or professional stress, however, caution is advised when it comes to intensity and training volume.


A combination of stress, an unhealthy lifestyle and faulty training processes (e.g. not enough rest between sessions and/or training too hard) can lead to overtraining. Symptoms of overtraining can include mild ETiredness, reduced appetite, irritation of muscles, tendons and ligaments, difficulty concentrating.

Depending on the level of performance, there should be a break of 12 hours (professional athletes) to 72 hours (beginners) between the individual sports units.

... but with a sense of proportion!

My coaching approach

As a licensed fitness trainer, I develop individual training plans for my clients that are tailored to the needs, wishes and everyday life of the client.


Depending on your wishes, these can be made from Training units for at home with your own body weight or minimal equipment support (e.g. with Theraband, dumbbell or just with your own furniture), in the great outdoors (e.g. on the weekly running route, hikes, or on the weekend walk), orin the gym (e.g. with guided machines or with free weights) be. 

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