Concierge personal trainer makes house calls
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Personal trainer Rachel Stoltz takes notes during a recent training session. PHOTO BY HANNA LAUKKANEN
Personal trainer Rachel Stoltz takes notes during a recent training session. PHOTO BY HANNA LAUKKANEN
“I can see that you have more strength left,” says Rachel Stoltz, personal trainer. “Six more!”

Stoltz is training with me in my gym, which is the place I wanted to work out. The training is very efficient, and I truly can feel the fat burning. Meanwhile, Stoltz’s business idea is founded in availability – to come where her customer wants to work out.

“When I come to wherever they want to, they don’t have any excuse left not to train. In many cases, people don’t have time to work out or they can’t drive to the gym because they have small children to take care of. I help them to train,” Stoltz says.

She also helps older and insured people to train in their houses. Seniors want to maintain their ability to move and do regular stuff like go to the grocery store or walk their dogs. Some of them want to exercise in a safe environment and not go to a gym.

Stoltz always brings her equipments with her – yoga mats, click weights, balls and ropes – so that the customer can try different workouts.

San Diego resident Stoltz is originally from Poway and has a kinesiology degree in physical therapy and more than 12 years of training experience.

I want to get more muscle. Stoltz shows me simple moves to develop my abs, biceps, triceps and shoulders and to help my sore neck.

Women are usually more eager to work out with a personal trainer than men, but men follow the lead when they see the women's results in appearance and well-being. Stoltz helps them work out how they want; training depends on what they want to achieve. Some want weight loss, some want good abs and some want to learn how to use a new exercise machine.

“It’s great if something truly motivates a customer to train,” she says. “The real reason to work out has to be something that they value in life, for example be able to play with your grandkids or maintain the relationship with your significant other or live longer.”

Stoltz’s life goal is to help people live healthful lifestyles by creating balance and joy in her customers' lives.

“Outside shows what is inside,” she says. “I want to deal with forgiveness and guilt and get the problems inside solved.”

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- Concierge personal training is business of San Diegan Rachel Stoltz.

- Stoltz offers personal training wherever the customers want to work out: at home, at parks, at the office, at beach,

at gym.

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