Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Resolving to be more fit

In the 63 days between that first bite of Halloween candy and the last sugary treat on New Year’s Day, most people put on more pounds and inches than any other time of year.

The good news is help is just a phone call away. Paul Rupp, an experienced and successful fitness trainer, has started his own independent fitness consulting business, working with individuals of all ages, sizes, shapes and abilities.

Paul’s unique approach features fitness programs you can do in the comfort of your own home, with whatever you have available. “You don’t need exercise equipment to get a good workout,” he says. “If you have the determination, I can supply the motivation—and any number of cardiovascular, strengthening and toning exercises using your own body weight or common household items.”

To making working out more fun, Paul offers the option of one-on-one or group sessions, with up to four friends training together. For all his clients—whether they work out at home or at a gym—Paul begins with an initial fitness evaluation and then designs an individually tailored exercise program. Clients can arrange for ongoing training sessions on a pay-as-you-go or pre-paid package basis.  

Paul draws on his 20 years of professional experience in outpatient rehabilitation, sports specific training, fitness training, and post-physical therapy strengthening to help others achieve their health and fitness goals. His experience includes strength and conditioning for the Philadelphia 76ers, Hawk Hill Olympic Developmental Swim Club, Cardinal O'Hara Girls Basketball, Malvern Prep Ice Hockey Team, the Media Mustangs semi-pro football team and many individual athletes, from amateur to professional. He earned his professional credentials from the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified Personal Trainer (CPT). He also has a B.S. degree in Health and Physical Education from West Chester University.

In addition to personal training, Paul specializes in sports-specific training, post-outpatient rehabilitation fitness programs, wellness programs for seniors and company pre-employment work capacity testing.

To make your New Year’s fitness resolution a reality, call Paul at (610) 717-2475 or email

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