In-home personal training in Calgary.

Online fitness & nutrition and virtual personal training.

We work with clients of all ages, in all life stages, and health conditions to help you feel good in your body. Our programs promote health, fitness, and function, and mobility at any age or size. We offer a variety of services including in-home, online, or hybrid personal training and online coaching. We work with you to create sustainable lifestyle changes that will improve your health, fitness, and overall quality of life. All our services are customized to you and your unique goals and situation.

Whether you intend on working out in a gym or have a home gym, a condo gym, or minimal to no equipment, we have flexible and convenient options for you. We offer one-on-one personal training, small group training, online coaching, and nutrition coaching.

Unbounded U Fitness

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Start your Fitness Journey with a Taster Session!

During the taster session, we will evaluate each client’s strengths and weaknesses (aerobic fitness, strength, balance, mobility, and flexibility).

A taster session includes 1 in-home or virtual live session. Each taster session involves goal mapping, movement & fitness assessment, and a brief introductory workout.

The taster session is an excellent opportunity to meet one of our expert trainers and decide if we are a good fit before committing to one of our signature programs or personal training and nutrition coaching packages.

Taster Session with Female Personal Trainer

$89.00

Book a taster session with a female personal trainer. All our trainers are Clinical Exercise Physiologists, Kinesiologists, and/or female certified personal trainers who have training specifically in coaching women and we understand that women have different goals, backgrounds, health concerns, and specific needs health-, fitness- and performance -wise that are unique from their male counterparts.

Taster Session with Functional Aging Specialist

$89.00

Book a taster session with an expert in fitness and aging. All our trainers are Clinical Exercise Physiologists, Kinesiologists, and/or Functional Aging Experts with extensive experience working with the aging population, individuals with chronic disease and/or pain.

We will discuss the best options and programs we have available to help each older adult reach their health, wellness, and fitness goals.

PERSONAL TRAINING

We offer convenient and affordable one on one or small group personal training with a certified personal trainer in the comfort of your own home.

ONLINE FITNESS COACHING

We provide convenient, affordable and flexible online coaching with the support, accountability and mentorship of a certified online personal trainer.

NUTRITION COACHING

We help our clients reach their fitness goals with habit-based nutrition coaching, whole foods nutrition, accountability and support, and supplements.

HYBRID FITNESS TRAINING

For those looking for one on one in person support from a certified personal trainer, but also the flexibility and ease of online training.

PROGRAMS THAT FIT U

The following are some of the signature programs we offer at Unbounded U Fitness.

Unbounded by Age

Age is just a number. We design programs to help you improve your aerobic fitness, balance, and mobility, and build strength. You will stop worrying about injuring yourself and have energy to focus on daily activities and on activities that bring you joy, like keeping up with grand kids and trying new hobbies.

Unbounded in Six

Get off the extreme diet and exercise roller coaster for good! With fun & fast fat-burning workouts, whole foods nutrition, mindset coaching, & accountability and support we will help you transform your mind and body and build sustainable lifestyle habits! Learn how to earn a 6 weeks total mind and body transformation for FREE!

Unbounded by Health

Take your life back. We help individuals with chronic disease, pain, and obesity, safely incorporate exercise and other healthy habits into their lives. We help individuals improve their health and fitness, have more energy, limit their pain, improve their quality of life, take their lives back and have fun doing so.

Unbounded by Food

Say goodbye to fad diets and extreme approaches. What if you could finally get the body you want, while still enjoying food and without following another diet? Change your relationship with food. Build sustainable habits, boost your confidence and achieve long-lasting mind and body transformation.

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Beetroot Hummus

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Alternating shoulder press

Stand in a comfortable stance with feet about hip width apart.

Hold dumbbells over your shoulders and palms facing each other, press one dumbbell all the way over your head and lower it under control back to the starting position.

Make sure to keep your forearm as vertical as possible and repeat with the other arm. Keep your posture proud with shoulders away from your ears.

Breathe out as you press the dumbbell overhead and breathe in as you lower the dumbbell back to your shoulders.

 

Keep your ribs over your pelvis in good alignment throughout. Do not let your ribs flare.
Alternating shoulder press Stand in a comfortable stance with feet about hip width apart. Hold dumbbells over your shoulders and palms facing each other, press one dumbbell all the way over your head and lower it under control back to the starting position. Make sure to keep your forearm as vertical as possible and repeat with the other arm. Keep your posture proud with shoulders away from your ears. Breathe out as you press the dumbbell overhead and breathe in as you lower the dumbbell back to your shoulders.   Keep your ribs over your pelvis in good alignment throughout. Do not let your ribs flare.
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What are some of the top foods I can eat for more energy?

 

The best diet for more energy has a few components, but it boils down to this:

 

1. A healthy balanced diet focused on whole foods: fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, complex carbs, whole grains, and healthy fats

2. Limiting added sugars and processed foods.

3. Eating throughout the day at regular intervals and not undereating or overeating.

4. Limiting alcohol

5. Staying hydrated

When you need a lot of energy during the day, what are your go-to foods?
What are some of the top foods I can eat for more energy?

 

The best diet for more energy has a few components, but it boils down to this:

 

1. A healthy balanced diet focused on whole foods: fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, complex carbs, whole grains, and healthy fats

2. Limiting added sugars and processed foods.

3. Eating throughout the day at regular intervals and not undereating or overeating.

4. Limiting alcohol

5. Staying hydrated

When you need a lot of energy during the day, what are your go-to foods?
What are some of the top foods I can eat for more energy?

 

The best diet for more energy has a few components, but it boils down to this:

 

1. A healthy balanced diet focused on whole foods: fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, complex carbs, whole grains, and healthy fats

2. Limiting added sugars and processed foods.

3. Eating throughout the day at regular intervals and not undereating or overeating.

4. Limiting alcohol

5. Staying hydrated

When you need a lot of energy during the day, what are your go-to foods?
What are some of the top foods I can eat for more energy?

 

The best diet for more energy has a few components, but it boils down to this:

 

1. A healthy balanced diet focused on whole foods: fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, complex carbs, whole grains, and healthy fats

2. Limiting added sugars and processed foods.

3. Eating throughout the day at regular intervals and not undereating or overeating.

4. Limiting alcohol

5. Staying hydrated

When you need a lot of energy during the day, what are your go-to foods?
What are some of the top foods I can eat for more energy?   The best diet for more energy has a few components, but it boils down to this:   1. A healthy balanced diet focused on whole foods: fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, complex carbs, whole grains, and healthy fats 2. Limiting added sugars and processed foods. 3. Eating throughout the day at regular intervals and not undereating or overeating. 4. Limiting alcohol 5. Staying hydrated When you need a lot of energy during the day, what are your go-to foods?
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The thoracic spine opener series is a great mobility exercise for the spine!

 

Like down on your side with your shoulders, knees and hips stacked. Your knees should be at hip height. 

 

Use a pillow or yoga block underneath your head to prevent neck tension. 

 

Use your bottom hand to hold your knees in place. They should not move. 

 

Hug your ribs with the top hand and pull gently as you rotate the torso while you breathe out. Try to bring your shoulder blade to the ground. Breathe in to return to the starting position and repeat.

 

Next, put your top hand behind your head as you rotate the torso while you breathe out. Try to bring your shoulder blade to the ground. Breathe in to return to the starting position and repeat.

 

Next, repeat the movement with your arm straight out in front of you.
The thoracic spine opener series is a great mobility exercise for the spine!   Like down on your side with your shoulders, knees and hips stacked. Your knees should be at hip height.   Use a pillow or yoga block underneath your head to prevent neck tension.   Use your bottom hand to hold your knees in place. They should not move.   Hug your ribs with the top hand and pull gently as you rotate the torso while you breathe out. Try to bring your shoulder blade to the ground. Breathe in to return to the starting position and repeat.   Next, put your top hand behind your head as you rotate the torso while you breathe out. Try to bring your shoulder blade to the ground. Breathe in to return to the starting position and repeat.   Next, repeat the movement with your arm straight out in front of you.
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Orange chicken

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PB-Oat Energy Bites

These fiber-rich sweet treats are a simple homemade version of some of the whole food energy bars on the market.

They’re great for a grab-and-go quick snack – but watch your portion sizes because:

 

1)      They are crave-worthy and

2)      They add up fast calorie-wise (each ball = about 75 cals)

 

PB-Oat Energy Bites 

(Makes 12 “bites”)

 

●       ¾ cup (90 g) chopped Medjool dates

●       ½ cup (40 g) rolled oats

●       ¼ cup (64 g) natural peanut butter

 

Soak the dates in a small bowl of hot water for about 10 minutes. Drain.

Combine the dates, oats, and peanut butter in a food processor and process until smooth. Roll by tablespoons into 12 balls. Place in the fridge for 15 minutes to harden before eating.

 

These will keep (refrigerated) for a week … if they last that long!
PB-Oat Energy Bites These fiber-rich sweet treats are a simple homemade version of some of the whole food energy bars on the market. They’re great for a grab-and-go quick snack – but watch your portion sizes because:   1)      They are crave-worthy and 2)      They add up fast calorie-wise (each ball = about 75 cals)   PB-Oat Energy Bites (Makes 12 “bites”)   ●       ¾ cup (90 g) chopped Medjool dates ●       ½ cup (40 g) rolled oats ●       ¼ cup (64 g) natural peanut butter   Soak the dates in a small bowl of hot water for about 10 minutes. Drain. Combine the dates, oats, and peanut butter in a food processor and process until smooth. Roll by tablespoons into 12 balls. Place in the fridge for 15 minutes to harden before eating.   These will keep (refrigerated) for a week … if they last that long!
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Salmon Couscous Salad

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The plank is a great isometric full body exercise. 

 

Place your elbows directly under your shoulders and prop yourself on your elbows, walk your feet back 1 at a time into the plank position. 

 

Keep a neutral spine and keep your head aligned with the spine. Do not let your head hang or your chin poke out. Keep tall posture with your shoulders away from your ears.

 

Keep your body braced - Push your toes/feet and forearms into ground and engage the muscles in your legs, glutes, abdominals, lower and upper back to hold a strong and stable plank position.

 

Hold the position.
The plank is a great isometric full body exercise.   Place your elbows directly under your shoulders and prop yourself on your elbows, walk your feet back 1 at a time into the plank position.   Keep a neutral spine and keep your head aligned with the spine. Do not let your head hang or your chin poke out. Keep tall posture with your shoulders away from your ears.   Keep your body braced - Push your toes/feet and forearms into ground and engage the muscles in your legs, glutes, abdominals, lower and upper back to hold a strong and stable plank position.   Hold the position.
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Could my nightly glass of wine be making me tired the next day?

In a word: yes!

1. Alcohol might help you feel relaxed at night, and even make you feel drowsy. But it can interfere with a good night of sleep.

2. Hours after you drink it, alcohol can raise the levels of stress hormones in your body, boosting your heart rate and revving up your body, making you wake up.

3. Drinking alcohol can also contribute to sleep apnea and other breathing problems by making your throat muscles more relaxed when you sleep … plus, it can make you have to get up to go to the bathroom during the night.

Just a little FYI to help you make more informed decisions in the future! 🍷

REFERENCE:

www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/alcohol-and-fatigue
Could my nightly glass of wine be making me tired the next day? In a word: yes! 1. Alcohol might help you feel relaxed at night, and even make you feel drowsy. But it can interfere with a good night of sleep. 2. Hours after you drink it, alcohol can raise the levels of stress hormones in your body, boosting your heart rate and revving up your body, making you wake up. 3. Drinking alcohol can also contribute to sleep apnea and other breathing problems by making your throat muscles more relaxed when you sleep … plus, it can make you have to get up to go to the bathroom during the night. Just a little FYI to help you make more informed decisions in the future! 🍷 REFERENCE: www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/alcohol-and-fatigue
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Band Pull Apart – Palms Up

The band pull apart is a great exercise for your posture. 

Stand in a comfortable stance, feet about hip width apart, soft knees. 

Extend your arms in front of you at shoulder height and hold a band in both hands with your palms up.

Pull your arms apart to the sides and bring the band to your chest by engaging your upper back muscles. 

Return arms to the center and repeat the exercise, keeping your palms up at all times.

Breathe out through the mouth as you pull the band apart and in through the mouth as you return your arms to center
Band Pull Apart – Palms Up The band pull apart is a great exercise for your posture. Stand in a comfortable stance, feet about hip width apart, soft knees. Extend your arms in front of you at shoulder height and hold a band in both hands with your palms up. Pull your arms apart to the sides and bring the band to your chest by engaging your upper back muscles. Return arms to the center and repeat the exercise, keeping your palms up at all times. Breathe out through the mouth as you pull the band apart and in through the mouth as you return your arms to center
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