A Letter from the Founder of PC Conditioning

Do you want to be more physically fit but do not know where to begin?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to consistently receive professional guidance while having a certified personal trainer push you to achieve your goals? If currently exercising regularly, are you certain your form, technique and methods of training are accurate? Is there a special event in the future, whether near or distant, that you are preparing to look your best for (i.e. vacation, wedding, reunion, etc…)? If these questions sound familiar, please consider the services of PC Conditioning.

So what exactly is personal training anyway?

Serious athletes have long used personal trainers to increase their performance in competition. People of all ages, body types, and level of fitness can benefit from the services of a personal fitness trainer. The body is a complex machine that requires exercise and fuel to obtain optimum results. A personal fitness trainer helps you achieve these results by addressing your individual needs and requirements to immediately formulate a plan of action personally suited just for you. Working with a personal fitness trainer, anyone can achieve their fitness goals - goals as modest as touching your toes again or as ambitious as preparing to run a marathon. Whether you want to lose weight, regain flexibility, develop speed or simply feel good again, personal training is an activity that will continue to reap benefits for years to come.

Yours in Health,

Paul J. Connolly, B.A., NSCA-CPT
Founder PC Conditioning
National Strength & Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer
Adult CPR & AED Certified

Certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a personal trainer (NSCA-CPT), Paul possesses a degree in Exercise Science with a background in anatomy & physiology, human performance, and nutrition.  He has been involved in the fitness industry since 2003 and has contributed to local and national media publications as a featured health and wellness columnist. The founder of suburban Boston-based personal training consulting service PC Conditioning (http://www.pcconditioning.com), Paul is an advocate of strength training for all ages and enjoys working with fitness enthusiasts of all levels. His diverse clientele includes high school and collegiate athletes, stay-at-home Moms, corporate 9-5ers, brides-to be, and seniors. Paul’s passion for fitness has led him to engage his clients in all major components of fitness including cardiovascular conditioning, nutrition, strength training, and flexibility.  Adult AED and CPR-certified, Paul is available by appointment only. He can be reached via e-mail at paul@pcconditioning.com or telephone at 617-834-1502.

“Understanding the fundamental concepts of exercise and optimizing daily function are key concepts in the training programs I outline for my clients. Injury prevention, improving self-confidence, and heightening one’s knowledge of physical fitness through consistent hard work and dedication are all integral components of the approach I take with my clients. I see many people making similar mistakes in their conditioning programs and I make it a point to correct these areas. I demand 100% effort from my clients and make it a point to consistently educate them about the necessary lifestyle modifications required to achieve their respective goals."

Important Disclaimer: The information contained within this Web site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice and is not intended for medical diagnosis or treatment. The intention of this Web site is for the sole purpose of disseminating fitness information. We recommend that you always request the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider before starting any new fitness program or with any questions you may have regarding your health or any medical condition.