meet the trainers

Dave & Deb Brown started personal training in order to have an impact on peoples' lives. We have both seen the positive impact first-hand that fitness can have on a person's life and family. Fitness is not something you just do, to truly succeed it must become part of your life. Fitness should not overtake life, but meld into it! We are both NSCA Certified Personal Trainers, which is considered to be the gold-standard certification.

From Dave –
I'm amazed by the human body. It loves to work and rewards us greatly for our efforts. My workout philosophy is one of hard work and fun! I believe clients should be able to laugh and have a great time while working hard toward achieving their goals and looking forward to their next workout.

My love of body function is one of the reasons I also completed NASM Corrective Exercise credential. Over time from aging, injuries or life in general we develop imbalances in the body that cause incorrect movement patterns and pain. Corrective exercise strives to resolve those issues so the body can move and function once again like a well oiled machine.

I'm an avid trail runner, mountain biker and hiker. When I'm not working I'm usually out enjoying nature and all it has to offer. I have a love of hiking above treeline and being on about any summit I can find.

From Deb –
I am excited to work with clients to integrate both personal training and lifestyle coaching. The results, especially with our clients who are wanting to lose weight, are positive and lasting. It's a pleasure and a gift to me to be able to help people achieve and keep an optimal level of wellness. Plus, the fun that our clients have while they are working out in the studio is truly inspiring and gives me energy. This is such a different exercise experience for most clients and they really stick to it. I love watching clients make physical activity a healthy habit in their lives – it's my passion!

As well as being an NSCA Certified Personal Trainer, Deb is also a Certified Wellness Coach and Certified Nutrition Specialist.

NSCA
Why Train with a CPT?

A qualified Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) can be the difference between success and failure when it comes to attaining your fitness goals. Very often, people start with the best of intentions, but life happens and starts to get in the way. This is where a Trainer can help!

  • Holds the client accountable to help ensure every best effort is made toward goal attainment
  • Develop programs based on the client's goals
  • Creates safer more effective programs
  • Evolves the program as the client's skills improve

Calculate your BMI
The body mass index (BMI) is used to assess weight relative to height. This can be a good indicator of whether you are at risk for weight-related health problems.

BMI Classification
Underweight <18.5
Normal 18.5-24.9
Overweight 25-29.9
Obesity 30 or greater

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