Do you ever wonder why most people fail to achieve their weight loss goal or, worse, achieve it and end up fatter than when they started?  Can you speak from experience?

 I know I can; it has happened to me several times. So I honestly understand how frustrating and demotivating it can be. 

But after years of research and success with my clients, I figured out the problem. I realized that there were four main reasons why people never achieve their goals:

1. You need to know why you want to lose weight.

Saying you want to lose weight is not enough. You need to dig deep and figure out why you want this.

2. Your goals are not specific enough. 

Therefore there is no plan to succeed. Failing to plan is planning to fail.

3. You fail to create a realistic lifestyle change.

For example, a diet is only temporary; you need to make the changes you can commit to doing for the rest of your life.

4.  You lack the proper motivation and support.

There will be many rough days, and your support system can help you get through them.

 Before you start, I know by now you must have some questions, so I’m going to answer them.

Why should I hire a personal trainer?

Personal trainer

When you are just starting with an exercise program or aren’t seeing results with your current routine, a personal trainer Etobicoke can help you. Knowing how you can benefit and whether it will be worth the expense can help you decide whether this is a good choice.

There are several reasons people work with trainers. Some want an individualized program to lose weight or get in shape, while others must be held accountable for their workouts.

Wherever you are on your exercise journey, a personal trainer may be just what you need to reach your fitness and weight loss goals finally.

Here are some details on how our personal trainers in Etobicoke can help you achieve your goals fast and maintain them so that you can keep off that BELLY FAT or WEIGHT  for a lifetime…*

Our FBX  Fitness & Fat Loss System is designed to combat the abovementioned issues. It’s a program designed to show you how to burn fat and sculpt the body while causing the afterburn effect so that your fat burning doesn’t stop once your training is done; it continues to burn fat once you leave.*

“Afterburn” or what’s commonly known as excess post-exercise oxygen consumption or “EPOC.” This state of heightened metabolism occurs after a vigorous workout when a level of intensity is maintained. Scientific studies show that It increases the metabolic rate for 38 hours, so your burn extra calories after your workout.*

When can I start?

A Better You starts today! Plus, it is backed by my acclaimed 100% money-back guarantee – you see no change, and we see no money. What do you have to lose? That’s how confident I am that our personal trainer’s Toronto training will be extremely effective at changing your life!

We are only offering in-home personal training right now.

If you want to start achieving A Better You, this program is for you.

Remember, it’s backed by a 100% money-back guarantee

Want to see how well it works firsthand and for free?

Enter your contact info below, and we will contact you and schedule your free Body Diagnostic Consultation and Personal Training Session(valued at $227).

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See what people are saying

Personal Trainers in Etobicoke

Kevin is a fantastic trainer who’s great at motivating you and keeping your diet healthy. Lots of great workout variations to keep things from getting boring while the results come to fruition. Highly recommended!”

Kirstin W. Everton

Hairdresser, Beauty Basics

I have had a great experience with this place. I started training with Kevin about four weeks ago and can already see results. He is attentive and personalizes the workouts according to your goals and limitations. I have worked out with 6 different personal trainers in the past few years. Kevin is by far the best, I highly recommend.”

Kirstin W. Everton

Graphic Designer, Apple

I’ve been training with Kevin for 3 months and it’s been a great experience. He’s motivating and consistent and that’s what I expect from a trainer. I’ve seen good results in this short time and I’m looking forward to the long term effect. Training has become more than exercise, it’s been a life-changing experience.”

Tammy Vinett

Lawyer, Brolly Recruitment

I highly recommend A Better You. I had been working out regularly on my own and not seeing the results I wanted. Kevin with his nutritional counselling and training helped me achieve my fitness goals. I’ve been training with Kevin and he is a pleasure to work with. He’s very knowledgeable and motivating and his workouts are always fun and challenging! A Better You has transformed my body and I’m stronger and more fit than I’ve ever been!

Lisa Wong

Nurse, SE Health

Kevin is an amazing trainer and person! My husband and I have seen big results under his personalized training. I would highly recommend!”

Alexandra Quinn

Professor, U of T

I trained with Kevin and he’s simply the best! He’s an expert in his craft and also leads by example. The studio is very clean and not overcrowded (which I prefer) I was happy with my results as I lost a lot of inches and built some muscle according to my body type. Nutrition options are available. However, if you really want a next-level look at food benefits…he’s your man. Bottom line, if you put in the work, he will lead you to success!”

Karen Defina

Customer Service, Google

I have been going here several times a week for the last 2 years. The gym is incredibly clean, and Kevin is amazing! He’s professional and gets the results you’re looking for, no matter your goals. I would highly recommend! If I could give 10 stars, I would!”

Brenda Kim

Management, League

I started working with Kevin in June and he helped educate me on the habits that had contributed to weight gain despite high levels of activity. Over 6 months I’ve lost 47 pounds by applying and sticking to the plans he built for me. I’ve recommended him to several people and will continue to do so because of the results and how he helps make a lifestyle change sustainable over the long-term. Trust me, he’ll get you where you want to go if you follow through on his instructions! Thanks, Kevin!”

Aleksandra Lobov

Administrative Assistant, TDSB

Love it! Lots of encouragement! Kevin has made a huge difference in my life. Work with and him and you won’t go wrong.”

Ryan Christmas

Tool & Die, Magna

*Individual results may vary



Do I need a personal trainer to lose weight?

Hiring a trainer may be a good choice if you’ve been exercising consistently for several weeks or months and aren’t losing weight or reaching your goals. … Teach you how to lift weights and do other exercises: Too often, people focus on cardio to lose weight, but you need strength and core training.

Some want an individualized program to lose weight or get in shape, while others need to be held accountable for their workouts. Wherever you are on your exercise journey, a personal trainer may be just what you need to reach your fitness and weight loss goals finally.

Motivation comes from all kinds of places, both internally and externally. You may have intrinsic reasons to exercise, such as wanting to be healthier or getting off your high blood pressure medication.

But, you also need extrinsic motivators to keep exercising, such as wanting to lose weight to look better in a bathing suit or for your high school reunion. A personal trainer can become that motivator.

In fact, a study by Winget al. (1996) compared the results of a small group (3-4 clients) that appointed a personal trainer to a control group with minimal supervision. Those appointed a personal trainer had better adherence (84% vs. 69%) to the exercise sessions during the 24 weeks*.

How much weight can you lose with a personal trainer?

The importance of personal trainers has been confirmed in several studies. Ratamass et al. (23) compared people trained by personal trainers to people working independently. Results revealed that both Strength Gains and Ratings of Perceived Exertion scores were significantly higher in people who worked under the guidance of a personal trainer. Similar results were seen in studies by Maloof et al. (17) and Mazetti et al. (18).

Earlier studies that have used individually supervised training in moderately trained subjects have shown increased leg press strength of 26 and 30% after 19 and 12 weeks of resistance training, respectively (5, 21).

In this recent study, Storer et al. showed significant improvements in strength gains and muscle in the personal trainer-supervised groups compared to the unsupervised group. Only the personal trainer group showed improvement in aerobic fitness.

Lastly, the most recent study by Dias et al. showed that working with a trainer has lasting effects. For example, teaching trainees what weight they can lift can improve their long-term gains in strength and muscle.

In a review entitled “Why Do Individuals Not Lose More Weight From an Exercise Intervention…,” the investigators suggested it was primarily due to low doses of prescribed exercise.

The minimum amount of extra physical exertion that we should expect to prevent weight gain is “200–300 min per week” minimum. 

This level can at least help maintain our weight, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Physical Activity Guidelines Advisory Committee.

For significant weight loss, however, the committee prescribes closer to a minimum of 450 minutes a week or more than an hour a day. Note that these times are for moderate-intensity activity, such as walking. For a vigorous activity like running or rapid cycling and FBX training, exercise duration can be cut by more than half.

For those who started obese but slimmed down and are attempting to prevent weight regain, one analysis estimated a threshold of eighty minutes a day was necessary. This falls into the daily sixty-to-ninety-minute range suggested in one systematic review, which is what an earlier version of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommended.

The number on the scale isn’t the whole story. When individuals were put through four months of strength training, they didn’t achieve significant weight loss. They did, however, lose about eight pounds of body fat! The reason that weight loss didn’t register on the scale is that they gained about seven pounds of lean body mass.

Based on averaging together a dozen or so studies, it might take three months of about three hours of aerobic exercise a week to take an inch off our waists.

So as we spoke about previously, working with a trainer improves results, and FBX-style workouts have shown to double the results in half the time*. 

Workouts require about 40 percent less of a time commitment, so FBX participants accomplish in about an hour and a half a week which would take regular workouts closer to two and a half hours.

FBX workouts include movements that have been proven to burn the most calories and achieve more significant results. Because the metabolic cost of an exercise correlates directly to the amount of muscle worked, we include multi-joint exercises whenever possible.[3] Involve more muscle, and you consume more energy.

We also use tricks like lowering the weight as slowly as possible, which has been shown to significantly impact energy expenditure.[2]Better yet, excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) raises dramatically. EPOC, often referred to as afterburn, measures the energy expended to return your body to its normal resting state after a workout (9). 

We maximize EPOC by performing workouts that include things like circuit training or supersets. This type of training has been shown to have more significant effects on the magnitude and duration of EPOC than traditional forms of strength training.[7][8

On average, you’ll drop 1 to 2 pounds weekly, seeing noticeable results in three to six weeks. So, the longer you train, the more weight you’ll lose*.

How many calories does a personal training session burn?

The energy cost of an FBX-style workout has been estimated to be 7 kcal/kg/hr10. That averages to around 600 calories per hour for an average 180-pound male. Not too shabby*.

But remember, The more muscle you build, the more energy your body burns at rest. That’s why lifting weights to build lean muscle should be at the top of your to-do list, regardless of your physique goals.

How many times a week should you see a personal trainer?

For the best results possible, you need to come at least 3 times per week. The “magic number” for the most benefit is three times per week.

Training for Fat Loss

Studies show it might take three months of about three hours of aerobic exercise a week to take an inch off our waists.

For significant weight loss, however, a minimum of 270 minutes a week for a vigorous activity like running or rapid cycling and FBX training is prescribed.

To lose body fat, you should work out three to five times a week. One to two of your sessions should focus on strength training to build muscle mass. The rest of your training sessions should focus on cardiovascular exercise.

These sessions can include circuit training and exercises that alternate between intensities. For example, you can make Monday and Wednesday strength training days with the other three days of the week dedicated to cardio.

Lean Muscles

Hitting the gym twice a week is fine if you’re looking to preserve the muscle mass you’ve already built, but if elongating those muscles is your goal, you may need to rethink your current exercise regimen.

The Newbie

If you haven’t exercised in a long time or have never worked out before, prioritize meeting your trainer two to three times a week. This regularity ensures you develop the proper form when exercising, prioritize your fitness as a commitment, and work out enough to see progress.

Since muscle memory is powerful, you don’t want to develop bad habits in the gym on your own. These bad habits can hinder your results and lead to serious injuries.

Scheduling regular training sessions also eliminates any excuses for not going. After two or three months of working out regularly with your trainer, you might choose to reduce the number of sessions or shift focus to different goals or styles of training. The most important thing is that you feel confident about your decision.

Training for an Event

If you’re training for an upcoming event, building muscle, strength, and flexibility targeted for the event is critical. 

Working out with a personal trainer the weeks before the event prepares you mentally and physically. Depending on your current fitness levels, your trainer will recommend several training sessions to help you achieve your goals.

For instance, if you’re training for an endurance road race, you may have three to four days of running with one to two days of gym work, which could be a mix of weightlifting and light cardio.

However, if you’re training for something like a Tough Mudder or Spartan, then the focus of your sessions should be adjusted accordingly.

How long does it take to see results from personal training?

The results you’ll see with a trainer depend on the weekly time invested and the goals. While noticeable muscle mass and fat loss results could take up to four weeks, most people see increased motivation, enthusiasm and energy from the get-go.

Provided you follow a customized FBX meal plan, on average, you’ll drop 1 to 2 pounds a week, seeing noticeable results in three to six weeks*.

How much does it cost for a personal trainer to come to your house?

For one-on-one personal training at home, the sessions cost $65 to $95 or more hourly.

We also offer couples personal training, so Have your friend or partner improve the efficiency of your workouts by making them more fun and dynamic. The couple’s personal trainer prices range from $85 to $105 per session.

How long should you keep a personal trainer?

Several factors determine how long you should work out with a trainer.

And while everyone has different goals, these factors can be broken down into Fitness goals, Skill Level, Cost and Availability.

If you recently started exercising, meeting with your trainer up to three times a week for a month is a realistic goal. Make sure your sessions are equally spaced throughout the week to give your muscles a chance to rest.

Do personal trainers help with diet?

Fitness and nutrition naturally go hand-in-hand. Personal trainers are often asked for advice on how clients can boost performance, lose weight, deal with a chronic health conditions, lower potential health risks, and get adequate nutrient intake.

You can’t outrun a bad diet, so what to eat must be addressed. FBX customized meal plans help you achieve your goal as fast as possible.

*Individual results may vary