Marcus became inspired to start training when he was 19 years old. In college at the time, he self-motivated and started lifting in hopes to get stronger and faster to increase his performance in soccer and rowing. Today, Marcus has three years of experience in physical training.
“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again.”
Fitness Tip: Appreciate the small victories. Getting to the gym is sometimes hard enough, so celebrate every workout and don’t languish over the ones you miss.
Mel has been a trainer for three years, and started training because she loves to help people. She’s passionate to help her clients see that if they work hard and put their minds to the goal they are seeking, they can achieve anything.
“The pain you feel today will be the strength you feel tomorrow.”
Health Tip: Make sure you are eating healthy. Ask almost any trainer and they will tell you that regardless of your training goals, healthy eating is the backbone.
Youth fitness trainer
Wally has been a trainer for 8 years. Coming from a childhood of physical health complications and a lot of relocating from place to place, the importance of physical and emotional health has always been something very important to Wally. He believes strongly in investing in personal health and exercise. Wally has a background in martial arts conditioning, and loves moving and discovering new ways to stay healthy – whether it be running, jumping or climbing. He is passionate to help others find their own way to stay healthy and exercise.
Health Tip: Everyone has the same amount of hours in the day but it is all about prioritizing those hours. You can do it.
American Council of Exercise / Certified Health Coach (January 2018 – May 2022)
American Council of Exercise / Certified Group Fitness Instructor (January 2016 – May 2022)
American Council of Exercise / Certified Personal Trainer (January 2014 – May 2021)