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Oren

Growing up I had a passion for sports and movement. Avid participation fueled my decision to study Kinesiology for my Bachelor's degree. I later decided to pursue a Master's degree in Kinesiology as well. Since becoming a personal trainer I have helped many clients reach their fitness goals. Whether this was to gain muscle, lose fat or gain strength, I have been able to help my clients achieve great things! I have helped bodybuilders gain their "pro card" and have also trained national level powerlifters. Helping you hit your goals fuels my passion, no matter what they are!

 

Danielle

“My passion for fitness began at the age of 16. I was never into traditional sports however I began training for powerlifting my junior year of high school. I fell in love with the sport and have loved lifting ever since. Over the course of the last 10 years I have competed in multiple powerlifting meets along with bodybuilding competitions and I am going on my third year of being a personal trainer. As lead trainer, I bring the best to my clients, making sure that they always get the best scientific based guidance. I strive to help people ENJOY fitness, learn what it takes to live a healthy lifestyle and not look at fitness as just another “thing” they have to do. Whatever your goals may be, I’m here to help you reach them!”

 
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Alexandra

“I fell in love lifting weights during high school. I started lifting with the football team during the summer in order to increase my strength for track and cheerleading. During college I went into bodybuilding competitions as I no longer was in sports. Unfortunately, I fell into an unhealthy relationship with the gym as well as suffered from an eating disorder. My recovery path was long but helped me develop a healthy relationship with food and the gym. I now work with my clients to develop sustainable lifestyle changes that develop a healthy relationship with the gym and food as well as empower them to be their best self. I use evidence based practices and focus on overall wellness in every client. I graduated from The College of Idaho with a bachelors degree in Human Performance and minors in psychology, human services, and art. I am now pursuing a Masters in Dietetics and getting my dietetic verification statement from the University of Arizona.”

 

Juan

“My name is Juan Gonzalez, born and raised in Idaho.  I enjoy weightlifting, football, fishing and spending time with family and friends. My interest in fitness started while I was in high school playing football. That was when I completed for the first time in powerlifting meets and was hooked ever since.  After high school I took up martial arts training for several years, competing in local tournaments. 
In 2010 I was reunited with a weight room again and have been addicted since.  I've recently competed in both powerlifting meets and bodybuilding shows. My strong passion for overall health and fitness has now lead me to becoming a personal trainer.  My hope is to help clients reach their personal goals and teach them a lifestyle that is sustainable.”

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Alyssa

“I fell in love with training after seeing what it could do for me not only physically but mentally. Training changed everything for me and I’ve seen it do the same for others. I’ve competed in bodybuilding and powerlifting, and I love the process of working toward a goal. I’m passionate about helping people reach their goals and overcome limiting beliefs. Living a healthy lifestyle should be enjoyable and sustainable. I’m passionate about helping people find a balance that works for them.”

 

Danni

“Hi! My name is Danni. I found weight lifting in 2010 when I realized I couldn’t keep up with my young children. I had always been an active person that participated in softball, volleyball, hunting, hiking and just about any other outdoor activity you could think of, but somehow had let myself go. At 200 lbs and 5’4”, I decided it was time to take control again. That is when I found my passion!!

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