Move Right KC

Move Right KC

5.0 (8)
1 hire on
4 employees
8 years in business

About this pro

The SG6 (Small Group 6) is our primary training method at Move Right KC. A hybrid of personal training and group fitness, the SG6 simply means you train in a group of up to six members, each with your own training program. 

The Move Right Philosophy — to never let your body get the way of you doing what you want in life. 

The Move Right Approach — Movement First, which means: A. We never put you in a vulnerable position, that has the potential to cause injury. B. That we give you tools to help your joints move better that may help existing pain improve. 

The Move Right KC SG6 Training model is for you if: 

  1. You want to workout with the confidence that you are moving right. 
  2. You want to equip your body for a more adventurous lifestyle. 
  3. You want to lose weight and/or gain muscle as a “side effect” of feeling and moving better. 
  4. You want to feel more freedom to move and strengthen the way your body moves.  
  5. You want to see the your progress through record keeping. 
  6. You want to reduce pain when you train or participate in vigorous activity. 
  7. You want to increase your capacity to handle stress and improve the quality of your life.
  8. You want more foundation strength for injury prevention.  
  9. You want personal guidance in your training from form to training plans. 
  10. You want personalized programming that is specific to your body and goals. 

We are a team of extremely qualified fitness professionals. Lead by Tim Crough, CSCS, and Dustin Yantzi, CSCS (both BS. Exercise Science) together, we have over 25 years combined of experience and an unquenchable thirst for learning.    

Our community is our culture. And we love it. We're a welcoming place to equip people for smarter, better fitness. We are not a culture of obligation or obsession. 

It's a place where you can train smart without it being too easy and train hard without it being harmful to your body. We honor all people and all goals. We train you like the athlete you may not realize you are, yet.  

We are a place to help you move the way you were made to move. We believe there is something deeper than vanity that motivates us to move. It goes as deep as your soul telling you that you NEED to move and move right. 

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Overland Park, KS 66204
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8 Reviews


  • Brendan O'Shaughnessy

    Love the small group classes, it empowers my ability to work out in the healthiest and most optimized way possible. Getting fit is a team effort if you're doing it right; who said getting in shape can't be fun too?

  • Mark Johnson

    Workouts tailored to you (your goals, history, injuries, current fitness etc.), but not the expense or isolation of personal training. Great community.

  • Sarah Mai

    Artful, compassionate, & knowledgeable trainers; programs highly individualized to fitness level, injury, pain experience, and client’s goals, accommodating of diverse clientele; supportive and energizing environment.

  • Dan ODell

    The expertise of the owner Tim Crough and Team Dustin Yantzi understand a better way of movement and physical improvement, regardless of your level of fitness.

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

Call or email the studio to receive an Expression of Interest Form. You will then receive a call or email back to discuss if you are a fit for the SG6 Training Formula. If so, you will schedule a thirty-minute consultation with Tim Crough, founder, and coach at Move Right KC. The consult includes an intake form, identification of goals, explanation of the process, setting a plan and Q&A.

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

B.S. in Exercise Science, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, MovNat Level 1, MovNat Combative Certified, NASM Golf Specialist, Westside Certified. 

Strength and Conditioning experience with  University of Kansas Football/Tennis, Colorado Rockies baseball club. Twenty years strength and conditioning and personal training experience. 

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

We have two levels of pricing:

Personal Training ranges from $70-125 / session 

Small Group (up to 6) Personal Training from $18-40 / session

How did you get started teaching?

Personal Training at The University of Kansas recreation center in 1998. 

What types of students have you worked with?

With twenty years experience as a Personal Trainer, I have worked with a range of people. From individuals with intellectual learning disabilities to professional athletes. Our training methods mesh well with runners who are looking to find a smarter way to train. However, we work with anyone who is trying to achieve better results than the fitness status quo. 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Helping a client achieve new confidence and strength and their an ACL that had torn not once but twice playing basketball. He is his thirties and ready to hit the court again, something he hadn't thought possible after the second tear. 

Helping our special needs community as a whole live deeper more meaningful lives through movement and fitness. We love seeing them feel empowered to move with confidence and strength to attack life and live well. 

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

If you have existing low-level pain is it improving or worsening? Look for a functional trainer with more than just a certification but a passion for learning.

Make sure they always understand "the why" behind each exercise prescribed and "the how" of teaching it. We all have levels of compensation that can prevent good form. Personal Trainers need to be capable of helping you achieve form through properly teaching appropriate regressive exercises that may be necessary before leaping into advanced movements?

Is your warm-up helping you achieve better movement through activating your important smaller muscles and your core? Or is simply designed to create a sweat? All things to consider.  

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

Their level of education. Who has mentored them? Is there evidence that they are pursuing excellence through continuing education?

Think, if a loved one is in need of heart surgery what kind of surgeon do you want working on them? Think this way of personal trainers. You only get one body you want to keep it as fit and healthy as possible.