We don’t throw weights around or grunt or strut around in spandex. We’re just a couple of personal trainers, twins actually, who are committed to improving lives through exercise and healthy choices. Proof of that? The folks who carve out new bodies and lifestyles with the Gilman Brothers Personal Training approach to balanced fitness: Strength and Aerobic Training, Nutrition and Eating Awareness, and Rest and Recovery.
There are some high profile methods that take a different approach, methods that do transform bodies. But really … is that how you see your get-in-shape program working? Can you put your life on hold to attend a frantic, punishing, boot camp where you have to pull a car for a half mile and your personal trainer screams at you all the time? Or spend hours each day insanely jumping around and lifting weights based on a multi-DVD package? (We won’t scream at you or base your workout on DVDs, but we may tell you bad jokes and make you look at family pictures.)
Have you ever seen what those folks look like a couple months after the intense quick fix is over? Weight loss is great when it can be maintained through a changed lifestyle. That’s what we’re about: personal training for lifestyle transformation. So, if you’re looking for a changed life, we’re betting you’re a great candidate for what Gilman Brothers Personal Training can do for you.
Here’s our promise: We promise you won’t lose 10 pounds and 10 inches in 10 days.
Huh? That’s right: Fast and magical is a myth. So what’s the reality? Balanced fitness: Your personalized combination of strength training, cardiovascular exercise, and supportive nutrition designed to help you achieve your personal fitness goals. We do promise you will look better. Feel better. And be better … at whatever goals you’ve set with us.
Are you ready? Are you serious about transforming your body and your lifestyle? We are. Call us or shoot us an e-mail.Meathead: An enormously muscular guy who cannot hold a conversation about anything other than weight-lifting and protein shakes. Gets upset very quickly when he cannot complete his own sentences and thoughts. Can be found at nightclubs wearing shirts that are 10 sizes too small (if at all). They are by far the most closely related human beings to that of apes, chimpanzees, and other primates … less capable of following directions than my dead hamster. (Urban Dictionary)