Next Level Fitness

Next Level Fitness

5.0 (2)
15 years in business

About this pro

We are a private personal training studio, which means everyone here is working with a trainer one-on-one.  No gym crowds or the potentially intimidating atmosphere that sometimes comes with it.

Our trainers are all qualified career fitness professionals who teach, motivate, inspire and keep their clients accountable.

I love teaching people and watching their confidence grow while they see themselves breaking past physical barriers they once thought were not possible.

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Credentials

Nashville, TN 37203
Email verified
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Jeff Lynch

    I have been training with Jack Haynes for many years now...and I don't know what my life would be like without the weekly guidance, support and motivation I receive from Jack. Training with Jack has made a big difference in my life and my health. I truly look forward to each training session. Jack's approach is to develop a training regimen that makes sense for each client, based on the client's goals and circumstances. Jack is a good guy who genuinely wants to see each client be their personal best! I highly recommend Jack.

  • Allen McKendree Palmer

    I have been training with Jack for 7 years. Under his guidance, I have rehabilitated my lower back to the extent I no-longer have to have epidurals and nerve blocks. Together, we have found a lifestyle that keeps me healthy and motivated to keep working. I trust him completely!



FAQs


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

We start with a fitness assessment that not only helps us determine their current fitness level, but also what drives them.

I love to go deep in finding out what people are really striving for.  Sure, they may want "body fat loss" or "more lean muscle mass," but usually it's much more than that.


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

I started training people in the United States Navy, where I was command fitness coordinator for my command.  It taught me to be versitile and inventive with helping people reach their fitness goals.


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

Fitness training should be a lifestyle change.  Don't fall for fad diets or someone who promises dramatic results in a very short period of time.  Sure, you should see some short term progress, but long term change should be what your trainer is striving for.