Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/16/2015 -- The cold climate and gloomy skies of the fall season can cause individuals to become unmotivated when it comes to their health goals. The drive to eat a healthy diet and get good exercise can diminish due to how the mood is affected by the weather. However, individuals can stay on track with their personal health and wellness goals with the assistance of a personal trainer in Philadelphia. At Mint Condition Fitness, their customized personal training services are centered on the philosophy that addresses the overall health and wellness of the body as a whole. The company specializes in helping their clients stick to accomplishing their health objectives by coaching, teaching and encouraging workouts tailored to their specific needs.
Mint Condition Fitness offers a variety of personal training services such as nutritional counseling, weight training, core training, weight management, spray tanning, skin care and massage therapy. Active individuals will be provided with a customized workout routine involving the training services they need specifically to accomplish their health goals. The personal trainers are all certified professionals who have a strong background in applied health science. Clients can enjoy their personal training sessions at the company's spacious and fully equipped studio facility.
The owners and personal trainers of the Philadelphia gym, Michael Mickles and Molly Mickles, are passionate about helping their clients achieve their health and wellness objectives. They are dedicated to implementing their philosophy of improving the body as a whole to assist their clients with seeing positive results. To sign up for a tailored personal training program at Mint Condition Fitness, fill out the form online or call 267-289-2610.
About Michael Mickles
Mint Condition Fitness Founder Michael Mickles believes in an overall wellness approach that incorporates dietary consultation, exercise tailored to individual needs, and health maintenance practices, such as massage therapy. For exercise, Mickles incorporates strength training of primary muscles but also focuses on strength training of the secondary muscles that support joints.
To learn more about fitness programs with a personal trainer, please visit http://mintconditionfitness.net