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Jason Livingood
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I have had a great experience with Japheth at Water and Rock Studio and highly recommend them. They are worth your time and money, but be forewarned as a side effect you will probably become too small for your wardrobe and need to invest in some new clothes! ;-) I am totally serious, I dropped some weight and a couple inches off my waist and just bought my first sleeveless workout shirt in 30 years since, all while getting stronger. Prior to Water and Rock Studio, I was an avid bicyclist, runner, and amateur sports car racer, but suffered a major injury while cycling that required an extended period of inactivity and rehabilitation. I also had a pretty weak core and not much upper body strength. Following physical therapy / rehab for a shattered clavicle (now plated & screwed back together), I wanted to increase core and upper body strength, build endurance, increase flexibility, and learn a bit of yoga. After an initial meeting, we also identified a need to reduce my stress level and take steps improve my nutrition. My regular one on one sessions tend to check in on personal health, stress levels, and nutrition, and then engage in a wide variety of functional fitness work. It is always changing, so you never get bored or find it repetitive. This can't be understated, as I hated trying to go to a traditional gym and using whatever machines were available - that never worked for me. I have also attended a few of their group sessions, especially the free ones on Saturdays, and find them good as well - to round out my activity each week. They also work with an informal local network of other health & wellness professionals, which is nice. And they have periodic special events that are interesting. Reflecting back on the last six months of working with Water and Rock studio, I have to say I have been highly impressed with the result, and it has been worth every penny spent and every minute invested personally. That said, the results depend on **your** commitment and willingness to try new things and focus on fitness and nutrition every week between your sessions. Although I was often skeptical of some of the dietary and health recommendations for example, I have tried each one just to see and saw some surprising results that have motivated me to keep up with the changes (nothing like positive reinforcement!). I am now stronger and in better condition that before my injury, my nutrition has improved, my health has improved (for example - my cholesterol was high before hand and is now substantially lower and in the normal range again), I have learned and regularly practice yoga, and my stress level has dramatically diminished. I have not felt this good in many years, and friends, family, and co-workers have all noticed. I highly recommend Japheth and Water and Rock Studio - give them a try and see what you think!
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