One free week



Hiring a personal trainer is a big investment of time, energy and money. Choosing a personal trainer is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Finding the right personal trainer is all about what works for you. It’s like finding a doctor, or a hairdresser, there has to be a personal connection.

Try out one week for free before you commit to a training plan. 

What you

Evernote account

The tool that allows us to be organized, work efficiently and flexibly.

Initial test

To get to know you better, I’ll ask you about your sports history, eating habits and lifestyle.

Exclusive Notebooks

Exercise library, recipes, fitness articles, playlists, and more resources.

Custom training plan

Adapted to your goals, schedule, equipment, and fitness level.

Custom meal plan

Based on what you like to eat, maximize your results fitting your macros.

Daily coaching chat sessions

To answer questions and provide support, advice and motivation.

Set SMART goals

To make sure your goals are clear and reachable, each one should be:

  1. Specific (simple, sensible, significant).

  2. Measurable (meaningful, motivating).

  3. Achievable (agreed, attainable).

  4. Relevant (reasonable, realistic and resourced, results-based).

  5. Time bound (time-based, time limited, time/cost limited, timely, time-sensitive).


How Effective Is Online Personal Training?
Research has concluded that the internet can be just as effective as a therapist lead intervention for aiding in weight loss and changing health-related behaviors when provided in a behavioral and interactive interface.

Why Evernote?
Evernote is an app well-known for helping to get things done, in a simple way it allows to collaborate and reach all kinds of objectives, quickly and efficiently.
I have spent the last three years developing the perfect environment to achieve your fitness goals with Evernote: exercises, recipes, articles, templates, etc, will be fully available to you 24/7.

Do I need a gym membership?
No. So long as you have a body, you can exercise.
It’s possible to work every major muscle group of the body without lifting a weight or pulling on a cable. By using your bodyweight as resistance you can eliminate the need for equipment as you tone your muscles and enhance your health. Gym-goers will find options for adding other tools to their workouts, including barbells, Bosu, TRX and kettlebells.

What type of experience and education do you have?
I’ve been working in the fitness industry for 15+ years. I´m an International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) Personal trainer. I have certifications Weight Training, Personal Training, and TRX. I’ve completed Bosu and Kettlebell training programs. Also, I´m a nutritionist. I’m a ‘science geek’; I love keeping up with the latest scientific research on health, fitness and nutrition. Check my certifications.