SLC Trainer

SLC Trainer

5.0 (1)
2 employees
16 years in business

About this pro

A professional, highly talented, friendly customer service oriented Personal Trainer, Sales Representative, and Owner of Salt Lake City Trainer, LLC who has recently relocated to Southern California-- Specializing in customer service, sports performance, personal and group training,  and stress management, as well as corporate wellness programs and initiatives with companies in the Salt Lake Valley. Over 20 years of experience in this domain as well as excellent communication, interpersonal, and management skills. 

•      Meditation and Stress Management 

Most clients work with MaryAnn for 5 or more years showing loyalty, commitment and extencive knowledge in health and fitness

Extensive management experience including developing and implementing programs using varying new methods including computer based programing

Experienced in working with individuals with specific health needs including diabetes, high blood pressure, Cardiovascular Limitations, MS, and rehabilitation

Develop and manage wellness programs for SalesForce and other companies

Development of specific nutrition courses for clients, corporate lectures, cooking demos and menu planning

Extensive public speaking and teaching experience 

Golfer’s Workshops focusing on strength, movement, injury prevention and rehabilitation

Flexible schedules were always necessary for things such as seasonal workout boot camps

Client-tailored pregnancy specific regimens, weight loss clinics, injury prevention and overall wellness programs

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San Clemente, CA 92672
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1 Review


  • Leslie Smith

    MaryAnn was the most skilled and conscientious trainer I have ever worked with. She could specifically tailor the workouts for each clients needs and could gently guide towards the ultimate goals. She was motivating and highly trained in all facets of the body’s muscle and structure. She was able to increase my strength and awareness to body movements to avoid any sports injuries.


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

I work to create individual programs for all