Mindbody Fitness

Mindbody Fitness

1 employee
14 years in business

About this pro

I am a NASM certified personal trainer, and have certifications and training in corrective exercise CES fitness Nutrtion FNS, and behavior change and wellness coaching BCS and have been in the business for over 7 years

I have trained a variety of clients in sports performance, weight loss, mobility and injury prevejntion, and wellness and Nutrition coaching.

My goal is to empower my clients through Nutrtion and exercise. I help my clients to create life long healthy habits while achieving their ideal dream physiques.

No fad cookie cutter programs here. I provide custom meal plans, resistance training, cardiovascular training, and flexibility programs made specifically for each individual client and their needs 

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Orem, UT 84097
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

With a new client we 

1. Discuss and record goals, and the reasons behind why you are looking for a personal trainer and wellness coach. 

2. Take body fat, weight and circumfrance measurements. Also movement assessments are done to see potentially tight or weak muscles that could effect performance. 

3. Once The assements are done, we discuss nutrition. Where you are currently at, and discuss food and plan options that appeal to you. 

4. With all that information gathered, I am able to write up your meal plan and program and be ready for first full workout session 

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

I am a NASM certified personal trainer, and have certifications and training in corrective exercise CES fitness Nutrtion FNS, and behavior change and wellness coaching BCS 

I have trained a variety of clients over the last 7 years in sportsperformance, weight loss, mobility and injury prevejntion, and wellness and Nutrition coaching.

Ive competed and placed top 5 in both NPC figure and bikini competitions, in the last 5 years and am currently training to compete in another figure competition. I believe in constant learning, expecially in the ever changing field of fitness and Nutrition. To stay on the top of my game I've done internships with some of the elite trainers all over the country and am constantly increasing my knowledge through seminars, books, and other classes. If your not moving forward your falling behind. 

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

I work out of a gym in highland Utah (no membership required) and also do in home or online training 

In home 

60 min session - $65

30 min session - $45

On location 

60 min session - $55

30 min session - $35

online program and meal plan with weekly skype sessions - $100 per month 

How did you get started teaching?

My passion for training came from a arough past. As a teenager and young adult I battled anorexia. At my lowest I got down to 79 lbs . . . And I'm 5"7 sooo I was a walking Skelton. My doctor informed me i would be lucky to live out the next month, i couldn't get up without passing out, had massive stress fractures in my feet and living off of an apple and universe juice everyday. After the docs diagnoses I dig my heels and decided gosh dangit I wanted to LIVE.

so I hired a trainer, yup, I hired a basic trainer at my local gym. He saved my life. He taught me to be strong not skinny, how to respect and love my body for the gift that it is, and how to take care of it properly. 1.5 years later I came out 55 lbs heavier and finishing up my ppersonal training cert. and working and internship with that very trainer

my goal with my clients is to empower them as this man empowered me. I want to Teach clients to respect and take care of their bodies, and be strong not just skinny 

What types of students have you worked with?

ive trained 12-80 year old clients, male and female with all different goals and personalities. 

Ive worked with clients in contest prep, sports performance, mobility and flexibility but I specialize in wellness coaching, weight loss

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

i recently funded and organized a weight loss competition for my clients. There would be two winners #1 for percentage of weight loss and #2 for inches loss

it was a 6 week competition and the come winner would get $300

my client Jannette took a vengeance to this competition and went all out for those 6 weeks. We had struggled in the past to stick to a meal plan and be consistant on her program, but her competitive fire was lit and she went for it. 

At the end of 6 weeks she lost 18lbs and 5% bodyfat taking both catogories outright!! More importantly was the healthy lifestyle she had ingrained and developed over those 6 weeks. She hasn't stopped dropping and has kept up those habit. As she put it "once I fully committed my waist basically fell off" 


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

Be honest and open with your trainer, let them know all your concerns, be completely upfront. He more information I get from a client the better I can support and help them through their journey 

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

#1 how many days can I commit to working out

#2what do I expect and need from a trainer 

#3what are potential setbacks have held me back in the past