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Anyone who has decided to participate in any physical activity will be required to complete both of the documents below prior to commencing a program with me.  There is a brief description as to what each form is and why completion is necessary.  

If you have any questions or concerns you should consult with your doctor or allied health professional and additionally contact me directly.

PAR-Q Document

This form is a one page document that is called the 'Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire.  It asks a series of questions related to your physical status to determine if you should consult with your family physician before starting a fitness program.


Click on the form to download a copy for completion.

Keeping fitness safe


Although every effort is made to ensure the safety and well being of every personal training client and participant in group training sessions, there can rarely be unforseen circumstances that arise.


This document is designed to outline the potential risks of participation and allows the client to decide whether participation is for him/her.


Click on the icon to download and complete before participation.



Clicking on the links to the left will take you to some interesting and helpful guidelines on the basic requirements for physical activity of people of different age groups.


You will find some interesting information on these documents which you can dowload and print for your own reference.

phuysical fitness for children age 5 to 11

CHILDREN - 5 to 11 years

Fitness expectations for youth age 12 to 17 years of age

YOUTH - 12 to 17 years

Fitness Guide for adults 18 to 64 years of age

ADULTS - 18 to 64 years

Fitness guidlines for the senior population

OLDER ADULTS - >65 years

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