We practice the "trinity" of training - dedicated machines for muscular focus, free weights for creative resistance, and functional movement through building balance and strength while "on the feet." Our High Intensity Training style lends itself to muscular and body composition changes while increasing metabolism and calorie burning while not working out.
It' s called "personal training" for a reason. I enjoy learning about each person's interests and goals, and challenge myself to design a program that brings out the best in people while training them within their own personality type. It 's fun to get people to smile through their effort and respect their focus on making change. I hold an M.S. in Exercise Science from the University of Nevada, and multiple certifications through a number of nationally recognized fitness disciplines. Feel free to visit our web site at
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Our new client intake works as follows:
1. We make sure that in the tour and interview process we have already learned about your goals, health history, injuries and desired body or functional (how you wish to live your physcial life) improvements.
2. A learn by doing approach - you start by "doing" immediately. This is a style of training that has YOU involved immediately versus the "show and tell" time of demonstration. We make corrections and technique cues while you do the work, and as a result you get the "work-out."
* M.S. in Exercise Sciences from the University of Nevada
* ISSA Elite Trainer
* Taft Certified in multi-planar speed and agility.
* Over 100,000 hours of personal training clients
*CPR / AED Certified to keep you safe.
Our pricing is variable based on frequency of training.
Fitness has always been a passion of mine. I like getting to know people and "cut my teeth" training in a big-box gym where I learned about my craft and aspects of customer service that I felt could be improved. I put that model to work when I opened up my own 3,500 s.f. facility.
* Functional disabilities
* Scholastic, collegiate and professional athletes
* Multiple sclerosis
* Adults, Seniors, Children and every age inbetween
My son coming home from college.
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* Their experience in working with someone with your conditions or goals.
*How long they have been training
*What their strategey is for helping you reach your goals.
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