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Nichole works with members at our Pocket club, and after a good sweat session this 27 year-old’s favorite post-workout snack is a chocolate protein shake with banana and peanut butter. Nichole's training philosophy? "Forward is forward, no matter your speed," she says. She believes that small changes over time are the way to make long-term progress.
What led Christopher, age 37, to a career as a personal trainer at our Midtown club? It was seeing his dad's health decline. Christopher tells us, "I hoped I could use fitness to motivate others to live a better, healthier lifestyle." And being healthy himself is something that he strives for. His motivation is, "Looking good, feeling great, and being here for my family."
Debbie, a trainer at Rocklin, discovered her passion for fitness later in life. "After trying unsuccessfully for 15 years to lose weight, I lost 53 pounds, and I have kept it off for 19 years," she explains. With an additional 27 fitness certifications to complement her personal training credentials, she's always excited to share new techniques with her clients. "Our bodies are amazing and complex, and I love the challenge of helping people!"
“It’s the journey, not the destination,” reflects Orangevale trainer, Justin. A self-proclaimed bookworm, this 29 year old also enjoys swimming, hiking, and trying new food and drinks. He really enjoys the relationships he builds with clients, and supporting them through both failures and successes as they work towards their fitness destination.
“I love being able to be physically active enough to experience the extremes that nature has to offer,” says 24 year old Watt trainer, Nathaniel Bragg. Learning how to work with his own injuries inspired him to become a personal trainer, and he enjoys seeing his clients’ growing confidence each time they come to the gym.
The thing Lauri enjoys most about being a personal trainer? “Inspiring people to fall in love with a healthy lifestyle,” this 53 year old tells us. Training members at our Elk Grove club, Lauri says her motivation for staying fit is her desire to live a long, healthy, productive life. Along with exercise, she enjoys reading and jigsaw puzzles.