Peggy Kraus has a unique approach to fitness; it revolves around improving your health. Many people who want to improve their health just don’t know how to start. So, they don’t do anything. The overweight continue to be overweight. Those diagnosed with chronic conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes, accept the limitations that follow. The information in the media can be confusing, and sorting it all out can be a daunting task.
Just a few changes to your daily routine can help you to reach your goals. That’s all it takes. Only, you have to know which changes to make, and you’ll be on your way.
To achieve good health, you may need to lose some weight, to become more fit, or to eat more nutritious foods. Most times, making changes to your diet and to your exercise routine (or beginning one) leads to weight loss, lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol levels, and fewer risk factors for heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and osteoporosis – to name a few.
For more than 12 years, Peggy has worked with people who were looking to improve their health. She is comfortable prescribing safe exercise and sound nutrition plans for those who have had cardiac bypass surgery, heart attack, stent placement, diabetes, cancer, pulmonary disorders, and osteoporosis, as well as for those who needed to lose weight to get them to better health. Peggy educates individuals about proper nutrition and realistic, effective exercise, and she assists them with incorporating these healthful behaviors into their lifestyle. By means of private consults, public speaking, and written and online publications, Peggy empowers individuals — adults and children — to make the choices that will improve their health. The first steps are always the hardest. Peggy can help you with those and the ones you take tomorrow.
Peggy Kraus, RCEP, MA has a Masters degree in Professional Physical Education from New York University and is an American College of Sports Medicine Certified Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist. She has worked in both cardiopulmonary rehab and in commercial fitness, and she has more than 15 years of experience in guiding people to better health through positive lifestyle changes, such as proper diet and regular exercise. If necessary, Peggy incorporates your physician’s recommendations into an individualized, safe, and effective exercise and nutrition plan.
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