Testimonials

Testimonials

Client satisfaction is our number one goal. On this page, you can read feedback we have received from Synergy Fitness Training clients.

  • Mike Voigt

    In 2001 I was an average category 2 bike racer. I was able to finish most 1,2 races with the pack, but rarely was I able to be active or attack. It was all I could do to hang on to the wheel in front of me. I was pack fodder. Adam began training me. He sat down with me and we determined my goals for the following season, which included races such as Espoir and Elite Nationals. Over the winter I followed monthly training plans that Adam was able to write around my constantly changing work schedule. I was able to email and call him regularly, which allowed him to adjust my training if I was tired, or missed a workout. This season has been the best ever! I exceeded the goals I set over the winter. Regionally, I’ve gone from just another number in the pack, to a marked man. I’ve been competitive in the National level races I’ve done. This transformation has happened for several reasons. One, the type of training Adam had me do is physiologically sound. Second, I started training for specific goals back in November. Adam structured months of training around specific dates. Third, Adam is a great motivator. There were times over the winter where motivation lagged, and Adam was there to keep me excited about racing, and remind me of my goals. Adam enjoys watching his athletes succeed!

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  • Tom O’Neil

    I feel like this is my best year yet in spite of the fact that I am almost 52. I would love to see my progress continue building strength, endurance, speed and race skills. Thank you for your great help in my progress!

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  • Chris Newport

    This was the first year where I followed a regular training plan. I have learned more about training and racing in the past year than I have during the past 5 years of road bike riding. Thanks again for all of your help, you are a great coach and have met every one of my expectations.

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