Dustin has been a great help in getting my lower back issues to basically go away. He also has a great approach to building workouts that provide results.
Haven't met anyone in my athletic career that knows as much as Dustin does about injury prevention and rehab all the while still getting a great workout.
Dustin is professional and knlowedgable about injury rehab and personal fitness. He will absolutely take the time to understand your personal fitness goals and is committed to helping you reach your goals. He's one of the best coaches out there for whatever level of fitness you may be starting from. Check him out!
As a military service member, I needed a way to keep fit, without the same old, tired exercises the U.S. Army is known for. Dustin changes things up, and not knowing the next day's WOD activities shocks my body. He also focuses on real-life movements, because he knows that we all want to see real-life results, and probably won't ever compete in The Crossfit Games. Thanks Dustin!
We pride ourselves in being one of very few CrossFit boxes in the State that ANYONE can participate in our classes. We specialize in Corrective Exercise backed up by NASM highly certified trainers. Our programming is specifically designed to cater to the every day human being and NOT to competitive athletes.
Creating an environment that literally anyone can come into and immediately feel like they fit in.
We take each client through a full 1 hour assessment to address any mobility/injury concerns and then come up with a plan to move forward.
I have been in the Fitness Industry for 12 years. My certifications include:
NASM: Certified Personal Trainer
NASM: Performance Enhancement Specialist
NASM: Corrective Exercise Specialist
NASM: Integraded Flexibility
CrossFit: Level 1 Cert
CrossFit: CrossFit Kids Cert
Olympic Lifting Cert: Greg Everett
1 on 1 training can range from $50/session to $120/session depending on the details of what is involved.
Class pricing ranges from $115/month to $179/month depending on contract options
I suffered a severe back injury in 2006 and right then and there decided I would dedicate my life to saving as many people as possible from enduring the pain I did because of improper technique
I have worked with elderly, special needs, competitors, dozens of different injury rehab clients, kids, and overall health related clients.
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