Gary Schulman is getting Bergen County fit with 1-on-1, semi-private and bootcamp training on location at Faustini’s Martial arts in Oradell NJ , at corporate gyms and in homes and other private settings.
1-on-1 Personal Training– private sessions with an individual.
Semi-Private Training– private sessions with couples or a small group of family/friends/co-workers.
In-Home– training at your private home (including outdoor locations near your home such as public tracks, fields and trails if desired).
Corporate– training at your place of employment (corporate gyms).
In-House– training at Faustini’s Martial arts in Oradell NJ
Workout Program Options
Total Body-Conditioning Bootcamp Program– 1 hour of body-sculpting cardiovascular exercise & resistance training.
Power Half-Hour– 30 minutes of high-intensity kicking, punching, cardiovascular exercise and resistance training.
MMA Fitness– 1 hour of combat- oriented cardiovascular exercise and resistance training designed for males.
Speed, Agility & Quickness Training– training designed for athletes who are looking to maximize their abilities and potential.
Customized Workout– training designed to suit individual fitness goals, areas of interest, targets for growth and other special conditions.
Mixed-Martial Arts Program Options
Martial Arts Training– martial arts instruction for individuals of all ages and skill levels.
Brazilian Jui Jitsu Ground-Fighting (grappling)– instruction for individuals of all ages and skills levels.
Self-Defense– “realistic” training in self-awareness and self-protection.
Nutritional Guidance Options
Private Nutritional Sessions– 1-on-1 guidance (and assessment) designed to help you meet your nutritional goals.
Workshops– group workshops designed to teach you in detail about the 5 ingredients of ” The Recipe For Fitness Success.”
*Individual results may vary.
I am a great procrastinator when it comes to physical fitness. When I was 55 my cardiologist reported that I had high cholesterol. I said, “I’ll start a physical fitness routine.” I didn’t. When I turned 56 my cardiologist reported even higher cholesterol, put me on statins and told me to start a physical fitness routine. I went on statins and figured I didn’t have to exercise, since the statins would lower my cholesterol. I turned 57. My cardiologist reported my cholesterol levels were within normal limits, so I discontinued the statins against doctor’s advice. At 58, my cardiologist reported high cholesterol levels again and I should go back on statins. I refused to go back on statins, but I could no longer delay starting a physical fitness routine if I wanted to avoid/prevent heart disease.
I needed help. I needed someone who would consistently work with my deficits for physical improvement, and not allow me to procrastinate. I called Gary.
Gary consistently came to my home two to three times per week. When we started, I couldn’t walk a hundred feet, nor could I lift weights without feeling very fatigued. We started with a routine that was respectful of where I was physically, yet had built in progress steps. Consistent physical exercise that increased my stamina and had cholesterol-lowering benefits. That was what I needed.
Fast forward to age 59. After 13 months and regular workouts with Gary, but without the use of statins, both my cardiologist and my endocrinologist are pleased with my results. I have greater stamina and strength, my cholesterol is within normal limits and I am 13 pounds lighter. Now to mention that my clothes look better and I feel great.