We live in Chicago where weather is a fickle thing. Here we are in April with snow AND THEN 80’s! Summer is actually coming and with it, the desire to wear less clothing. That means looking at parts of your body that have been covered up for months. And that means it is the best time to start a training program!
Success is a journey, not a destination. And Coaching by G is about being there for you throughout your journey. In this blog, Coach Giulia not only shares fitness training and nutrition tips, but motivation and personal stories for inspiration.
“The secret to your future is hidden in your daily routine” – Mike M.
As a college student in my early 20’s, I, along with many of my peers, feel invincible to routine. I have spent many sleepless nights cramming for exams and living off of vending machine snacks and espresso … continue reading »
Youth sports are crucial for developing character and confidence in kids. In many cases, kids fall in love with a sport and are motivated to continue to play in college and beyond. Many parents may question: “Why would I hire a … continue reading »
Coaching is my calling. When I coach, I work with each person individually; I meet you where you are. Your goals, your fears, your hopes… we work through them all.
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Currently, big group classes are “in.” From Crossfit gyms to Orange Theory, and online plans that promise results, there are so many different types of workouts you could follow.
At Coaching By G, there are no group fitness classes. I treat each of my clients as unique individuals with unique goals. By using my Individual Design coaching model, I create a personal fitness journey expertly tailored to each of my clients. This includes a training plan, nutrition counseling, and analysis of sleep and lifestyle habits. By using your individual goals, I will create a plan just for you that will get you to where you want to be.
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I’ve been athletic my whole life. I was born moving. I derive energy from movement–physical, mental, and emotional energy. The times in my life when I have deprived myself of opportunities to move have been the times of deepest suffering. When I was 24 was one of those times. I had become a prominent chef in one of the best restaurants in Louisville, and was not exercising. I had “dedicated” my time to becoming a great chef, and was working continually. I gained a bunch of weight and felt miserable.
My clients are the best. But, because this isn’t a Group Workout type of gym, they may not get the opportunity to meet some of the other amazing people who train with me…. continue reading »
I was attending an event for one of my athletes the other day; cheering them on and seeing them in action is really meaningful. While I was watching, someone else on the team came up to me to ask me a question…. continue reading »