Kenneth Scott was born in 1989. Throughout his life he played basketball, football and ran track. In his early 20's, he was forced to stop pursuing a professional athletic career due to a medical condition. Heartbroken, Kenny drifted between jobs; determined to make something of himself, Kenny acquired his NASM qualifications for Personal Training and Sports Nutrition. Kenny is an Performance Trainer who studies weight loss, rehabilitation, mobility training, and sports general training. Kenny is ready and able to aid whomever because he truly believes he has what it takes to aid you on your fitness journey. Feel free to reach out to him for help on achieving your goals!!!!
Showing people they CAN change for the better, while having a great time doing it. Learning about the body and sharing it's awesome abilities and secrets with my clients.
Kenny is a very intelligent trainer. He is equipped with an enormous amount of knowledge on nutrition and how the body and muscle work together to bring top notch results. He is very energetic and his workouts are sure to get your body where you want it to be
I enjoy how knowledgeable ken was with each exercise and how motivated he made me.
Great motivator, really knows what hes doing.
Sit down discuss nutrition, physical body goals, motivations; going thru basic movement assessments, injury history
NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Certified Sports Nutritionist
$50 - 65
4 sessions mo/ $350
8 sessions mo/ $500
12 sessions mo/ $700
Sick and tired of subpar coaching from people who only care about their clients as numbers on a paycheck, or using them as props for advertisement. Decided then that if those types can train people with their tactics, then i can do a better job. Here i am
All backgrounds; athletes, senior citizens, weekend warriors, youth athletes
An athlete I trained with told me he shredded his knee and was told he would never be able to fight again; after our work together he is currently on the path towards becoming a pro fighter and he wouldn't have this opportunity had we not worked together.
Ask questions. If the coach can't answer why, or worse gets mad that you ask why, he's not the coach you should be with.
Also the coach should be asking questions as well