Giddy Up Personal Training

Giddy Up Personal Training

5.0 (20)
3 employees
8 years in business

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Giddy Up Personal Training is the one personal training studio that provides busy women with the most effective and efficient support system when it comes to making fitness a lifestyle. We focus on both mind and body solutions that fit into their daily lives. We believe that both the mind and body work together. The mind sees what the body does, and the body hears what the mind says. If both are not positive and healthy, your lifestyle is not healthy. Our approach with our partners, Achievement Strategies and Balance Fitness and Nutrition, is getting your mind and body to a healthy and positive state through customized, progressive exercise, coaching and nutrition programs. We will provide you with positive change tools that will help you gain self-control and overcome undermining habits and outdated belief systems that stand in the way of your fitness goals. We use both traditional and nontraditional methods, because we know both are needed in today's world to overcome the real-life challenges we, women, face as we work daily to balance it all.

Working hard at exercising and eating healthy can and will be a challenge, but it is a CHOICE. The quicker we understand that and make the choice, the quicker we get RESULTS. Helping clients to change their mind to this postive mindset is what is most rewarding and satisfying.

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Roswell, GA 30076
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20 Reviews


  • Roya E.

    So far so good ! Ive got 12 sessions for my first month ! Trina is very professional and her instructions are very clear. From the second i walked in her studio, i was motivated already !!!!

  • Angie C.

    Constant communication, engaged and provides guidance with my program!

  • Johnny H.

    I am truly enjoying these work outs. Trina and Angela are awesome trainers!! They are very careful with me since I've had a couple of surgeries! Never thought I would like enjoy exercise!

  • Terri A.

    Trina is a great trainer. She pushes you to be better and work harder and the results will be worth the hard work. She also focuses on your eating habits as well.

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

We will set up a free initial consultation. In this consultation we will talk about your goals in detail, conduct a health assessment, conduct a 15 min strength assessment , discuss nutrition and the program that would most suitable for you. At that time you will be able to make decision based on your time availability and your budget.

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

I am NASM Certified in all of the following areas: Certified Personal Trainer(CPT) Fitness Nutrition Specialist(FNS) Corrective Exercise Specialist(CES) Behavioral Management Specialist(BMS) Weight Loss Specialist(WLS)

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

Because we are a private studio, we have customized packages for each client. You give us your budget and we make it work! We have discounts for clients purchasing 3 months(10% off) and 6 months(15% off).

How did you get started teaching?

I was inspired to help others because of the transformation I went through. I was 5’4, 195 lbs, working 70 hrs a week! I didn’t recognize who I was anymore. I started working out and realized there were not many trainers out there that did real 1 on 1 PT. I wanted to to change that! So I did...

What types of students have you worked with?

At Giddy Up we have experience with many different populations. Most of our clients come to us in search of a healthy lifestyle. While, many of our clients come to us for significant weight loss. We have high school students and retires. The average age of our clients is 39. People come to us with knee, lower back issues as well as dealing with vertigo and a pregnancy.

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

Make sure to hire trainers that are degreed and or have a national recognized Personal Training Certification.

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

What are your specific goals and timelines?

Availability to train?

What is your budget?