Sweat Equity Fitness

Sweat Equity Fitness

2 employees
7 years in business

About this pro

 Sweat Equity Fitness was established in March of 2013, as an alternative for personal training clients, who are looking to train at a private health and wellness studio.  Our studio is dedicated only to personal training, group training, and boot camps.  What separates Sweat Equity Fitness from most other personal trainers, is that all of our trainers have obtained either master’s or bachelor’s degrees in exercise science related fields such as: kinesiology, exercise physiology, biomechanics, or health and physical education.

 At Sweat Equity Fitness we believe in providing each client with a trainer who is not only educated at the highest level, but also has experience working with a variety of different clients.  Each trainer will keep you motivated, dedicated, and committed to help you reach your goals. 


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Atlanta, GA 30312
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

We first have new clients fill out a questionnaire to to get a history  of activity and exercise in their life, and also see if they have had previous injuries or surgeries. From there we perform a fitness assessment to get an accurate view point of the clients strengths and weaknesses.  After all the data is collected we can then create a customized workout program for the client.

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

BS Health and Physical, Hampton University 2010

MS Exercise Physiology, Georgia State University 2012

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

 Pricing is calculated between 30 and 60 minute sessions and how many days a week you would like to train.  We also offer 30 minute bootcamps that are only $15

How did you get started teaching?

I have always wanted to help people reach their fitness goals since i was a kid.  I interned at Velocity Sports Performance during my sophomore and junior years  in undergrad. Next I worked as a personal trainer my senior year at Bally Total Fitness.  I received a degree from Hampton University in Health and Physical in Spring of 2010, in Fall of 2010 I received a graduate assistantship to attend Georgia State University and study Exercise Physiology, while at GSU I also worked as a personal trainer at LA Fitness.  In March 2013 i began my own fitness Company Sweat Equity Fitness.

What types of students have you worked with?

Weight Loss

Leaning and Toning,

Strength Training,

Athletes. &

Corrective Exercise

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

 I recently helped a client lose 120lbs.  It took us 18 months, It was a roller coaster process for anyone who has never had a consistent workout program, and a regimented diet.  I have to make sure that I create an environment where exercise and choosing healthier food choices becomes habitual.

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

Education, and experience.  Does your trainer have a degree or certification?  Have they studied an exercise science related subject ( Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology, BioMechanics, Health and Physical Education) for 4-8 years, or did they take a 3 hour test to become a certified personal trainer?

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

What are your fitness goals?

How dedicated are you to achieving your fitness goals?

Do you have any exercise limitations? (lower back pain, knee pain, etc...)

How many days a week are you looking to train?

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