By: Joshua Danker-Dake | Category: Health & Fitness | Issue: January 2009
Lee Lamb, owner of LifeStylz Fitness in Tulsa, says that if you give him three hours of your time per week and follow his nutritional advice, you will see the results you want.
Everyone seems to be making New Year’s resolutions to get in shape. Many people will give up on these efforts within a few months. But with help, it can be a lot easier to turn fitness resolutions into a fitness lifestyle, especially if that help is convenient and affordable. Lee Lamb, owner of LifeStylz Fitness, could be the fitness partner you need.
Lamb’s LifeStylz Fitness, located in the shopping center at 71st and Sheridan, opened last summer. Lamb offers nutritional guidance and tracking, flexibility and cardio training, and supplement recommendations. “My programs are tailored to each individual,” says Lamb. “We calculate height, weight and body fat, we do a postural evaluation, and we design our programs accordingly. No two are alike. And we’re inexpensive. We’re more affordable than many personal trainers.”
For Lamb, personal training is, well, personal. “In 2000, while I was in the Marine Corps, I broke my neck. With the help of a personal trainer, I recovered in four months. I decided I wanted to emulate her, to help people, and I felt like becoming a personal trainer was the right thing to do. It’s so satisfying to build those relationships with people, and to help them change their lives.” Lamb is certified by the American Council on Exercise, the Aerobic & Fitness Association of America, and the Scirion Institute of Exercise Physiology.
LifeStylz Fitness offers something many gyms don’t: availability. “Everybody’s looking to start a program right now,” says Lamb. “All the gyms will be packed until March or April. It’s very hard to get an appointment now. With me, you don’t have to wait.” Lamb will give you personalized, one-on-one attention. “When you’re here, it’s all about you,” says Lamb. “Everything we do is by appointment only.” Lamb takes appointments between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. on weekdays.
Lamb respects his clients’ time and has made training with him as efficient as possible. “We have bathroom and shower facilities to make it convenient for you to get in and out as quickly as possible. People are going to work, coming back from work. I understand that,” he says. A typical session with Lamb lasts about an hour, including a brief warm-up, and the typical client has three sessions per week. “If you will give me three hours of your time each week and follow my nutritional advice, you will see the results you want,” says Lamb.
“My clients become my friends,” says Lamb. “We go over everything they need to be successful, and I always look forward to seeing their results with them. If you will commit to change, you will get the results you want.”
For more information or to schedule a free consultation, call (918) 340-5221. You can visit LifeStylz Fitness on the web at www.lifestylzfitness.com.