Adam Flyte is a certified Personal Trainer with over four years experience. His adaptive capabilities in a gym setting have let him thrive in many positions. These include work as a competitive climbing coach, climbing instructor, and customizing team building exercises for home schooled youth. Adam’s philosophy on fitness is taking a personalized approach to prepare and enable clients to use their body in a range of different movements and activities to create a sustainable.
Alberto has been a personal trainer since 2006. His experience and passion for fitness began in Chicago where he attained a degree and multiple national certifications. To improve himself and his craft in strength training, Alberto sought out and achieved a Level 2 Coach certification under the renowned Charles Poliquin group. A huge aspect of his coaching experience comes from 10 years of Jeet Kune Do training with Barry Lee, a 2nd generation full instructor.
Brittni has a degree in Health Education from Plymouth State University and is a NASM certified personal trainer. Brittni is from New Hampshire and moved to Portland to prosper in her fitness journey. She believes in healthy lifestyle choices and finding a balance that works for you. She approaches her clients with compassion, touching on all dimensions of wellness, stressing accountability and using positive reinforcement. Brittni wants to help you make fitness part of your.
Working with a Personal Trainer is a great way to achieve your fitness goals. I can assist you in areas such as: weight loss, toning up for that special event or vacation and gaining muscle mass. My philosophy is simple, a consistent and challenging workout regimen coupled with a healthy balanced diet equals results. Fad diets, unhealthy supplements, cleanses and those ever so popular “magic pills” can be harmful, and do.
I began strength training in college while playing Softball at Oregon State University, training and competing at one of the highest levels. After graduation I stepped into the fitness world and really began to mold my perceptions of healthy living, realizing that “health” is a complex process that includes the whole body and mind. Included within this complexity is the variability of people. We have different struggles and strengths and triggers and goals..
Eliot Sitt began learning Yang Style Tai Chi from David Barrett at Reed College in 2003 and has been teaching since 2009. Since then he has also studied with Sifu Pikshan Ko and Sifu Gregory Fong. Eliot also practices acupuncture, massage, and Chinese herbalism in Milwaukie, Oregon (Milwaukie Acupuncture) and is a part-time faculty member at the herbal medicinary at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM)..
Heather Craig is the founder of Body Luv Fitness LLC/Booty Luv® Fitness. She has been in the movement industry since 2007, holds multiple certifications, and is all about helping her clients feel better in their bodies! Heather cultivates an atmosphere of FUN, VARIETY AND SAFETY and views movement as an active meditation for overall wellness. She specializes in full body, functional movement, with an emphasis on strengthening the hips, glutes, core, and muscles that support.
In his early life, Jacob had a love for athletics, the outdoors and cycling. He experienced the ups and downs of fitness dos and don’ts. It wasn’t until he was a member at Me Fitness in his late 20s that he started to formulate his path towards holistic exercise and health.
Jacob developed a love for specific fitness goals, exercise plans, balanced nutrition, mindfulness, and other stress control techniques. With these philosophies, he decided that he.
My passion for running is what brought me into the fitness industry. After achieving many running goals and finding myself injured from over training, I turned to strength training to find a better balance in my life. 2 years ago i find myself getting out of my comfort zone and started Crossfit. My passion for Crossfit has lead me to be more open to trying new things and never stop learning new skills..
I bounced around in different team sports and athletic activities as a kid, never quite finding my groove until I landed in martial arts in high school. I loved the community that I found there and the chance to work with amazing teachers who were not just experts in their art but strong leaders and role models as well. I loved that practicing martial arts was ultimately a solo journey and something that allowed me.
I have over 50 years’ experience working in the Fitness Industry including being a fitness Director in Retirement Community for 20 years. I have worked with all ages from 3 years of age to people over a 100 years old. My passion is working with the 50+ population. I can design a fitness program that will work for you based your own individual needs. I have worked.
Rachel is a NASM certified personal trainer, yoga instructor and founder of Wolf Strength Training, LLC. Rachel first found her love of fitness through running, but when she suffered a foot injury she had to find another alternative. Rachel turned to weightlifting and has never looked back.
Rachel graduated the National Personal Training institute with a degree in personal training and then went on to graduate Three Sisters Yoga with a 200 hour yoga.
Tracy has been a Personal Trainer and certified Kettlebell coach since 2014. She was a collegiate athlete and has always loved sports and fitness. Diagnosed with Spondylolisthesis 10 years ago, she struggled to find a way to workout pain free. That led Tracy to discover Kettlebells in 2010 and through that experience, she knew she wanted to help others achieve success and pain free movement with Kettlebells. She chose to leave her corporate job and pursue a career.