Prodigy Gym And Fitness

Prodigy Gym And Fitness


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I have been personal training professionally for over 25 years. I am considered an expert in injury rehabilitation (mostly because I have been through just about everything from muscle tears, back surgery, back rehab, rotator cuff injuries and tears, acl/mcl issues, and muscle strains. I can and have trained every sort of individual successfully from your regular man or women who wanted to lose 10-100lbs of bodyfat to the pro level of bodybuilding and other professional sports programs. Other than building a very professional program for success for just about any individual our gym, Prodigy Gym and Fitness, is equipped with the very best equipment for ALL levels of lifters and especially injury rehab. Do yourself a favor and if you are brand new to weight training or up to professional sports level come and see this gym. The environment, the staff, equipment, wall art, music played (all chosen by the members), and even the members, are all geared towards success! Everyone helping each other no matter what level they are on.

I love seeing people completly change their lives and become the best version of themselves. Watching people feel good about themselves is the most rewarding accomplishment I can think of. Helping people out of injuries they never thought they would be out of and doing the things they love once again is priceless to me as I have been there many many times myself!

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Fort Collins, CO 80525
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

1.Questionairre- complete information from the student about their daily lives so custom program can be timed and built to their individual lives to have the best chance at success.

2.Physique analysis and Goal setting

3. Decide how many days the client will be training with and without me. All workouts that the client does on their own will be emailed to them so they know exacltly what to do when not with me.

4. Go over diet, supplement program, and training program before starting to ensure everything is understood properly.

5. Execute Goals and accomplish success on what ever level that may be!

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

NASM certified

I like to call it LIFE certification. I have lived the fitness life myself for over 25 years as well as coaching people of all walks of life. No certification provides the same thing as day in day out grinding, getting injured and working around them, working with 100's of different people from all walks of life and finding out how to be successful with each individual and their wide ranges of goals.

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

The more sessions paid for up front the cheaper the hourly rate is:

36 sessions $1260 (35 hourly)

24 sessions $960 (40 hourly)

12 sessions $540 (45 hourly)

6 sessions $300 (50 hourly)

1-5 is $50 per hour

***All personal training comes with custom diet personalized to each individuals life as well as supplement, cardio-vascular, and weight training program emailed to client when they are not training with me***

How did you get started teaching?

I really enjoyed helping people I would see daily at the gym so I decided to try and help as many people as I could attain their fitness goals!

What types of students have you worked with?

Obese- I have taken over 100lbs off of more than 5 people in my 25 years. This takes a very serious level of commitment and dedication fromt the student but with the right mindset it can be done!

Just regular people who want to look good naked seems to be the majority! Folks that just need some guidance and need to drop 10-15lbs of bodyfat and gain some tone!

Local and professional level bodybuilding

Local and professional level athletic training soccor, lacrosse, football, basketball, and youth sports training!

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Jay Halliwell began with me 6 months ago at 295lbs around 40% bodyfat. He did his first bodybuilding competion at 212lbs around 6% and won his class!!!!

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

I would encourage anyone looking for a coach to ask to see and talk to prior clients with before and after pictures. If they can't provide them they most likely dont have them.

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

1. What are their goals?

2. What do they expect from their coach?

3. What level of commitment are they willing to put forth?

4. What is their budget for time and expenses for this project?