Mike Todd Fitness is operated by its founder Mike Todd, who has been certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), National Council of Strength & Fitness (NCSF) and Expert Rating Certification (ERC). Ranked top 1% of all trainers at Equinox Fitness Club (Tier 3) during his time there, Mike quickly became one of New York’s top trainers, even being nominated for People’s Magazine’s: America’s Hottest Trainer 2014.
With a BS in Hygienic Health Care and Sports Nutrition, and currently pursuing a double PhD, Mike was elected to the American Diabetes Association board in Las Vegas, Nevada to serve as a speaker and nutritional councilor.
Mike has a sincere passion for helping people transform their lives through greater strength, agility and overall health. By changing the way we use our bodies and the food we choose to eat, we can achieve goals we never thought possible.
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We always start with a Fitness, Health and Goal Assessment session to identify everything necessary to create a unique program specifically for our students.
I have been certified from multiple organizations over the years such as NASM and NCSF with several minor certifications in calisthenics, plyometrics, cross training, nutrition and more.
Im pursuing a PhD in Hygienic Health Care and Sports Nutrition also.
Single Session: $120
10 Pack: $1100
30 Pack: $3150
60 Pack: $5850
2x per week: $210/week
3x per week: $300/week
4x per week: $380/week
*6 Month Commitment
**12-Week Tranformation Program $2,997**
-12 weeks continuous
-3 sessions per week
-Up to 3 people per session
It was a hobby as a teenager that turned into a passion for helping people. Ive always been fascinated by health and fitness. I started at Bally's almost 12 years
Students looking for anything from Power Lifting to Stretching, Body Building to Toning, Weight loss to Weight gain. I have a very diverse background in the fitness field and my clientelle shows my versatility.
Always interview your trainer. There must be a personality match in order for you to feel comfortable and to listen to what they say. You must connect.
Ask difficult questions such as who theyve worked with, when the started, whats their favorite style, how are they different, etc. Make sure they dont believe in ONE style for everyone.
Research the costs so you dont feel blidnsided. This industry is not controlled so ANY ONE can be a trainer, but not everyone is good. Cheaper in most all cases does not mean better. It could be the difference between losing a pregnancy as one of my clients almost did due to an unskilled, inexpensive trainer who had her rolling on a lacross ball to release lower back tension.