Your progress is as important to us as it is to you.
For some, in-person fitness coaching is the best path toward better health. Under the current circumstances, however, this isn’t an option. Our online fitness coaching is the solution.
Adirondack Health Medical Fitness coaches are now available to you virtually. Our coaches are ready to provide you with the tools you need to keep your momentum in health and wellness moving forward, from the comfort of your own home.
What Is Online Fitness Coaching?
Online coaching is an effective way to work on your fitness goals. During your virtual session, your coach will provide you with a workout program tailored to fit your needs. Each coach takes the time to get to know you — your exercise preferences, your goals, your health concerns and injuries, and your schedule.
How does it work?
Five and ten fitness coaching packages are the best way to go!
If you’re a member and already have a coach, simply contact them to schedule your first online session.
Coming soon: You will be able to login to your member portal and purchase a package of fitness coaching sessions. Packages of five and ten are recommended for online coaching, giving you five or ten weeks of all-inclusive coaching. If you’re already a member you can choose to sign up for recurring service.For more details, contact .
For non-members: You can still take advantage of online coaching services. Contact us at and we will set you up with a coach. Based on your goals, we will match you with the right person. If you already have one of our coaches in mind, let us know.
Free online fitness consultation
Learn more before you take the leap.
The world around us has changed dramatically. Given this uncertainty, an online coach can help you find stability in your daily routine. If you’re new to fitness coaching and virtual fitness, consider a free online consultation to get started.
Meet our coaches
Erik Lewish is passionate about health and human performance, and understands the myriad of ways in which we can improve our quality of life through proper exercise and nutrition. Erik’s fitness interests include endurance performance, sport-specific strength, bodybuilding, weight loss, and nutrition. When not in the gym, Erik can be found running and biking around the Adirondacks, sailing or skiing on Mirror Lake, seeking out vintage vinyl, and playing the guitar.
Dino Angelopoulos utilizes his knowledge of injury prevention and athletic performance to keep his clients moving at their optimum level. He believes the body should move well before moving a lot. Whether it applies to strength training, playing sports or running, if you’re not moving properly, you’re not moving efficiently. If you can’t squat with proper form, you’re not ready for resistance. Dino works with clients daily to help them achieve the best movement patterns to perform to the best of their ability.
Kim Beach is a fitness coach residing in Lake Placid, NY. She’s been a certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor since 2016. Kim is passionate about helping others create and maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle. She understands that fitness plans are unique to each individual. For Kim, this means finding different ways to move each day — and never cutting out dark chocolate. As a coach, she seeks to understand your goals, interests, and what truly motivates you, understanding there is no one answer for everyone. She takes into consideration any limitations you may have and will work with you to create customized programming that’s effective, sustainable, and, most importantly, fun. The one thing she will consistently ask of you is to show up every day and try your best.
Sheila Decker was a multisport athlete, competing in soccer, lacrosse, rugby, track and field, and downhill ski racing. She began powerlifting and Olympic weightlifting — under the instruction of fellow fitness coach and ATC Dino Angelopoulos — in order to increase performance in other sporting endeavors. She grew a fondness for these movements and still includes them in her training today. Sheila is a current member of the Mountaineers Women’s Rugby Team and enjoys hiking, swimming, paddling, biking, and skiing the beautiful Adirondacks. Staying true to her athletic training background, Sheila often includes corrective and rehabilitative exercises in her programming and enjoys creating unconventional movements that are both physically and cognitively challenging.