OC Personal Training

OC Personal Training

5.0 (11)
2 employees
12 years in business

About this pro

Personal training and physical therapy combined. Focusing on getting to your goals while correcting/preventing injuries and posture/joint function.

Satisfaction of before and after results. 

Also hearing the compliments my clients get everyday from random people and their friends and family. 

Read more about this pro


Credentials

Irvine, CA 92614
Email verified
Phone verified

11 Reviews

5.0

  • Karleen Greenko

    I dropped 17% body fat, burned off 80lbs of fat, built 7lbs of muscle, got tone, fixed my back and shoulder pain, and restored my posture. I feel like a 20yr old again. Brad is the best trainer I've ever worked with period!

  • Paul DeGeorge

    I burned through 40lbs of fat and dropped 10% body fat. Even though I'm 65 years old I feel and look like I'm 40 again. His knowledge is amazing of the human body and being able to fix my joint issues while getting me into shape is an amazing feat. I will keep training with Brad for the rest of my life, being held accountable, pushing myself, and ensuring I have perfect form each rep. Thanks Brad!

  • Kendra Baker

    In 6 months training only twice a week I went from a size 10 to a size 2. Started at 32% Body fat, DROPPED 13% down to 19%. He helped me increase my confidence, dropped my body fat %, taught me about proper form, and helped me fit into the wedding dress of my dreams. Now I'm looking great, and Happily Married. Thanks Brad!!!

  • Nicole Brender

    Before I saw Brad I had an extra 15lbs of fat that I wanted to get rid of. After he showed me how he helped many other woman look great I decided to give it a try. He taught me about nutrition, proper form, how to overcome the plateu that I've been at for a couple years and pushed me through my workouts to make sure I was burning as many calories as possible. I've lost all 15lbs and 6% body fat. I have increased confidence and feel so much better about myself!


Show all reviews


FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

First visit, clients will do a fitness assessment.

- Figure out your goals and give you a timeframe to reach them.

- Nutrition coaching because it is 70% of your weight management results.

- Assess your strengths and weaknesses and develop a structured program to balance the body to stave off injury.

- Address any muscle imbalances you may have and potential injuries that may occur due to having them.

- Create a realistic program that you can handle on a consistent basis where you will reach your goal guaranteed.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Certifications in:

National Academy of Sports Medicine

Corrective Exercise Specialist

Performance Enahncement Specialit

Professional Fitness Instructor Training

National Council on Strength and Fitness. 

CPR

Fitness manager for 24hr fitness for 2+years

Master Trainer for 24hr fitness for 2+years


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$50 per session.


How did you get started teaching?

Amateur Bodybuilder who loves to teach. So I decided to teach people how to get in shape without hurting themselves. Which naturally turned into rehabbing post injuries for countless clients. From knee pain, back pain, foot pain, neck pain, shoulder pain etc. While getting clients to their weight management goals.


What types of students have you worked with?

All Various types. From 18yr olds to 80yr+ olds. Helped lose countless pounds of fat and increased strength and endurance for 100s of clients. 
I am certified in physical therapy rehabbing joints and also getting people the maximal amount of sports performance as possible. So I have seen many clients and can help anyone. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Listening to my clients tell me how many compliments they get from their co-workers. For example my client Veronique said "People can't believe I'm a psychologist, they keep asking if I'm a fitness model."


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Make sure your trainer is certified with multiple certifications and has 5+ years of experience in training clients.. I used to be a fitness manager and part of my responsibility was to train trainers. Most of this industry are filled with trainers who train as a part-time job while studying another field. They charge much less per session due to that. The serious trainers have a degree or multiple certifications and have multiple years in experience. Also trainers who own their own fitness facility shows you how dedicated and successful they are getting their clients in shape. Their prices tend to be much higher, but you get what you pay for. Many train at public spaces which is fine, but not having a brick and mortar business isn't professional. 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What their motivation is to reach their goal. You may have the tools and knowledge to get there, but make sure you know how will you stay motivated. Fitness is a journey not a destination. Treat it that way and fitness will always be apart of your life.