Deb Bailey Personal Training
Deb is a highly educated personal trainer, certified in multiple disciplines. She is a Personal Trainer Specialist (CanFitPro), Post-Rehab Exercise Specialist (American Fitness Professionals Association), and a Muscle Activation Techniques Trainer (MAT).
Deb works with all ages but has a special interest in older adults, and applies her specialized knowledge and training to help manage fitness for adults with injuries, chronic illness and compromised health.
Some reviews from Deb's website, www.fitability.ca:
"With Deb I have overcome a number of physical roadblocks. I've increased my balance, core strength, flexibility, endurance and muscle tone. Her attention to proper form and safety are very much appreciated. Her sense of humour and kind way of motivating have helped me enjoy working out more than I ever thought possible!"-Jan. M.
"I have truly appreciated Deb's expertise in understanding my physical limitations and her willingness to research appropriate exercise, including talking directly to my physiotherapist. I feel confident in the programs she recommends and she willingly reviews and changes exercises as needed." -Cathy G.
"Deb Bailey has been my personal trainer for over 5 years. Originally, we started on a fitness program after I had a total knee replacement. Deb developed a suitable program in conjunction with my physiotherapist that greatly assisted with my recovery. Since that time Deb has developed a series of ongoing workout programs focused on strength training, tailored to work around other physical ailments that have developed over the years. She always considers whatever physical limitations that have evolved and devises workarounds in the custom programs she has created to ensure that you are training in the healthiest way possible.
Deb is constantly changing the programs to help focus on specific areas of weakness and always keeps the programs fresh, interesting and stimulating.
I highly recommend Deb to anyone that wants to accelerate their recovery time or to simply challenge themselves to become the fittest you can be." Robert M.