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Ron & Jessie Morel: Owners, Trainers to Go

Owners, Trainers To Go

Cheryl Gerber Photographs

How did you come up with the idea for the business? I didn’t! It was my wife, Jessie.

Why are your services different? I think we’re the only mobile trainers in this area. We come to your home, office or local park and work out with you. Plus, we tailor every session to your particular goals with exercises that will motivate you.

Why is that important? The gym environment intimidates some people. With us, our clients can focus solely on the workout without worrying about anything else. A lot of people are very busy, and they can only fit 30, 45 or 60 minutes if we come to them.

Who are your clients? We train everyone, from young obese children to senior citizens, athletes and ordinary people trying to stay strong and healthy.

Should we weigh ourselves every day? No; it’s about how you look and feel and it’s better to measure inches lost than pounds.

What is your inspiration? The people we train. For example a client went from 400 to 130 pounds; it changed her life.

What are your top two pieces of advice? Move as much as possible. Diet is 80 percent of it, so eat clean and learn to snack healthily.

Do you ever cheat? Absolutely! I just get back to clean, healthy eating the next day!

What do you think of all these diet pills? You don’t need them, just eat and exercise correctly. The only thing I take is my own brand of vitamins and supplements: Isagenix.

Trainer To Go  994-3822, TrainerToGoNola.com

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