We offer strength and fitness training for all different types of individuals--from adult personal training for fat loss, to competitive powerlifters, to youth athletes, to individuals with special needs.
We enjoy seeing individuals achieve their individual goals through consistent hard work and dedication.
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New clients will need to set-up an intial individual assessment and consultation. The assessment itself will take around 30 minutes, and we usually book out an additional 30 minutes to discuss the results and goals of the potential clients. The assessment and consult cost $40, but that fee is waived if the client signs up for any type of training package or membership.
I have a BA in Exercise Science and am a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Our other trainers have varied experiences and education levels, but most are college-degreed as well as having some national training certification. Additionally for myself, I have been a competitive powerlifter for over 15 years, with best lifts of 727 lb squat, 451 lb bench, and 551 lb deadlift at a 181 lb bodyweight.
Personal training ranges from around $55 to $75 per hour. We have both monthly and punch-card type packages available.
I have over 10 years of experience training clients in a variety of settings. I started offer training mostly athletes at a sports training facility out of college, worked at a speciality personal training facility, and most recently, with 2 other owners, started 2XL with a focus on strength training and specialty personal training.
I have worked with a wide variety of clients, from youth athletes, to adults looking for fat loss, adults looking to improve their strength, to individuals with special needs like autism or post-rehabilation clients.
Seeing one of our female team members jocking for position in the recent powerlifting World Championships in Louisana this past November with a Russian lifter, winning first place in the end, was particularly memorable for us.
I would reccomend looking for someone an education and experience in training clients, but also somone with practical experience "under the bar" themselves. A trainer and coach that "walks the walk" themselves combined with experience and education will provide the best experience for the client.
Clients need to think through a) their individual goals--being specific, thinking about at least 3 main goals, b) the frequency of training they want to do both with a trainer and on their own, and c) what type of budget they have for training and membership.