The INTENTIO Team
Coaches. Agents of lasting change.
We take a holistic, sports science-driven, personalized approach to your well being. Our intention is to strengthen what ultimately matters most: your energy, optimism and confidence. That said, it’s also nice to be super-fit and know what to eat and when.
A longevity expert and experienced triathlete, she now spends much of her free time researching wellness, paddle boarding and visiting lakes with her 9 year old son. She is excited to help INTENTIO clients harness their intentions. “You can doubt yourself out of anything,” she says. “But when you can keep your thoughts positive and intentional, that is when real life unfolds.”
Daniels biggest fitness challenge:
Daniel has personally developed through a life of both struggle and challenging circumstance. Neither personal health or a chosen purpose was a priority in the environment Daniel grew up in, and he has evolved away from a frame of mind that offers both limit and self-destruction.
Daniel has worked on numerous training floors. What he enjoy's most about INTENTIO is the opportunity for a facility culture to fully support a coach, a vision, and clients needs, and bring them together for one driven objective, success.
What does Daniel believe is his clients biggest challenge?
First, accepting that this will most likely be their biggest challenge. Second, being okay with this reality.
Daniel's areas of specialty are:
Movement and Mobility
Chad’s training style is rooted in functional movements, which requires strength, flexibility and coordination from rep to rep. He thrives on teaching his clientele, and dedicates a portion of each session to educating clients about the mind body connection.
His athletic training background is great for clients that need to train around injuries or maintain total body strength despite most injury situations. Recognizing and correcting deficiencies will be a weekly focus when you train with Chad.
What is the biggest fitness challenges individuals have to overcome in order to reach a sustainable lifestyle change?
1. Commitment to consistency
2. Starting exercise cycles with unrealistic short term expectations.
3. The yo yo-ing effect of inconsistent nutritional habits, as well as understanding ones, own nutritional needs.
Chad likes to travel, explore and spend time with family. Golfing, hiking and mountain biking are his ‘get out of the gym’ vices!
One-on-One Personal Training gives her the opportunity to work with people on addressing specific needs and teach her clients about their bodies to create a mind and body awareness.
Noemi's biggest Fitness Challenge:
"My biggest challenge is to make my body move like a child's body does. Restore full range of motions of all joints. Surely you have seen a baby falling and getting up with no problem! They roll over on their neck and don't have to go to see a chiropractor the next day! I want to be able to age well! The challenge is to fight against the sedentary lifestyle of this comfortable modern civilization."
According to Noemi, this is her clients biggest problem:
Realizing that their body wants to move. That being sedentary and immobile is actually the opposite what the body wants. She achieves this breakthrough with her clients through education, support, and repetition. It is important not to put limitations on your body because, eventually, it will limit your everyday life!
Ariana's biggest Fitness Challenge:
"Last April, I started working with a powerlifting coach to clean up my lifting technique and my programming. It has been a process, and it's hard work, but I feel stronger for it and more prepared to reach my competition goals. "
According to Ariana, this is her clients biggest problem:
"The biggest change that I feel people have a hard time with is adjusting their mindset. I think that some people come in with a lot of expectations, and have a hard time letting go of those expectations and trusting the process. Learning and making a lifestyle change takes time. If you stick to those healthy changes and give yourself time to adjust, and focus on performance based goals in the gym, those tangible results will be incidental to the other changes you have made."