Our Training Staff

You don’t have to be a seasoned athlete or bodybuilder to enjoy the benefits of a personal trainer. Personal training benefits both the person who has never worked out as well as professional athletes. Having a personal trainer can save you a lot of time, frustration and pain in your journey to achieve your health and fitness goals. Working one-on-one with our staff of certified, professional personal trainers will provide you with a highly efficient and more productive workout.

Why Should I Commit to Personal Training?

INTENSITY’s Personal Trainers will:

  1. Keep you accountable for committing to an exercise regimen each week
  2. Keep you motivated
  3. Assist in setting realistic and attainable personalized goals
  4. Design a customized workout program that meets your personalized goals, i.e. weight loss, build muscle, injury prevention
  5. Select appropriate body fat percentage for you
  6. Assure and enforce proper form/technique for maximum results and injury prevention
  7. Change up your program to ensure you do not plateau and do not get bored

The Goal of Personal Training is to Achieve the Following Benefits:

  • Decrease Body Fat/Improve Body Shaping and Muscle Toning
  • Improve Cardiovascular Fitness/Reduces Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
  • Decrease Resting Heart Rate and Increase Heart Efficiency
  • Reduces Premature Death
  • Keeps Blood Pressure Normal
  • Increases HDL (Good Cholesterol)
  • Decreases the Risk of Diabetes
  • Increasing Energy, Endurance, and Stamina
  • Increase Sports Performance
  • Increase Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, and Muscular Flexibility
  • Improve Coordination, Balance, and Agility
  • Reduces Depression, Stress, and Anxiety
  • Look and Feel Healthy/Improves Self Esteem
  • Strengthens Bones and Promotes Joint Stability

Personal Training Structure:

  • Tier 1 Trainers hold a certification in personal training by an accredited association. They can develop a program designed to achieve a strong fitness background based on cardiovascular health, muscular strength, and muscular endurance.
  • Tier 2 Trainers hold a Bachelor’s Degree or associated degree in Exercise Science, Exercise Physiology or Athletic Training, as well as a certification for personal training through an accredited association. They have a minimum of 5 years’ personal training experience. They also maintain solid coaching experience and are skilled problem solvers who can address a variety of fitness and weight management issues.
  • Tier 3 Trainers hold a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree within the fitness field such as Exercise Science, Exercise Physiology, or Athletic Training along with an accredited personal training certification. They have over 5 years’ experience with personal training. They also specialize in specific areas of fitness such as sport-specific training, pre-/post-natal, post rehabilitation, and weight loss. Tier 3 Trainers maintain exceptional problem solving, leadership and program development skills.

Interested in a Session?

Custom Personal Training Programs: