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Plan for Your Success

Mark Zarubi is a personal trainer at Saint Mary's Fitness Center
Mark Zarubi is a personal trainer at Saint Mary’s Fitness Center

To be successful with health and fitness goals one must PLAN for success.   That requires thinking ahead about workouts, nutrition, and sleep.   As a personal trainer for many years and someone who has a very busy and active schedule in and out of the gym, I can state for certain that those three factors are keys for fitness improvement and overall health.  Personally, planning my meals and workout routine the day before helps me stay on track and focused.  Too often I hear clients say they rushed out of the house to get to work or the gym but didn’t have time to prepare anything to eat, or they forgot their gym shoes or gloves, or they were not sure what to do when they got to the gym.

A simple solution is to plan ahead.  Think about what you will eat before and after your workout and prepare food the night before.  Make sure to pack your workout clothes or what you will need for work if you exercise before work.  Have a specific plan as to what exercises you will do when you get to the gym.  And of course, get a good night’s sleep.  Following these few steps should help you stay on track to reach your fitness goals.

Put your resolution into action by planning ahead.  Mark Zarubi, Personal Trainer, has helped countless individuals achieve their fitness goals and can help you too. 


Mark Zarubi is a Personal Trainer at Saint Mary’s Fitness Center.  Mark is always happy, energetic and enjoys bringing out the best in his clients.  He trains hard, pushing his own fitness limits.  Anyone who has experienced a Mark workout knows what it’s like to push their limits as well. 

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  1. Couldn’t agree more! And if you consistently doing it for the next few weeks, all that good planning will become your habit, and that’s the ultimate goal.

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