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About Personal Training

Personal Training provides guidance and assistance in individual, small group and team environments. Workouts can be tailored to your specific needs and goals. Our staff provides motivation, education, support and guidance for healthy lifestyle choices to people of all ages and fitness levels. Below is a brief explanation of the different types of personal training. Feel free to contact us with any questions or for a free consultation to determine what program is best suited to meet your goals.

1-on-1 or Partner Training
Work individually with a trainer or with a workout buddy to achieve the most customized fitness program. Purchase any 20-session package and receive a FREE Group Fitness Pass. Pricing available here.

Small Group Training (group of 3 - 6)
Tailored to your specific goals, you won't necessarily be doing the same workout as others in your group. Train twice a week at a time coordinated with your groups' schedule. Purchase a Small Group Training package and receive a FREE Large Group Training package and Group Fitness Pass. Pricing available here.

Large Group Training (group of 8 - 12)
A total body calorie obliterator, this programming is primarily designed to lose weight while sculpting your muscles. Train twice a week at any of our scheduled classes (see below). Purchase a Large Group Training package and receive a FREE Group Fitness Pass. Pricing available here.


Scheduling

One-on-One, Partner and Small Group Training sessions are scheduled by the trainer and client(s) at a time that works best. A consultation is required prior to beginning. Contact PersonalTraining@cwu.edu to schedule your consultation.

Large Group Training is a little different. Classes are scheduled at certain time slots throughout the day and anyone with a Large Group Training pass can show up to two classes throughout the week.

Spring 2018 Large Group Training Schedule

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday
12 p.m. X X
4 p.m.X X 
6 p.m. X X

Meet our Personal Trainers

 

Betsy Arlt

Betsy Arlt

 

 

Year in School: Junior

Major: Clinical Physiology

Minor: Psychology

Training Philosophy: My training philosophy revolves around maximizing one's athletic potential. I want to help individuals discover the training plan that allows them to exercise at their fittest both physically and mentally.

Format Taught: 1-on-1 and Partner Personal Training

Favorite Workout: Running and Weight Training

Brianna Rice

Brianna Rice

 

 

Year in School: Senior

Major: Nutrition

Training Philosophy: There is no magic pill, crazy exercise routine, or fad diet that will make you instantly healthy. Health is a lifestyle. Keep working hard, create good habits and never give up on yourself and the results will follow.

Favorite Workout: Any Squat Pattern and/or Plyometric Training

Elizabeth Spurling

Elizabeth Spurling

 

 

Year in School: Junior

Major: Exercise Science

Training Philosophy: My philosophy as a trainer is that through hard work and dedication, any dream or goal can become a reality.

Format Taught: 1-on-1 Personal Training, Partner Training, Small Group Training and Large Group Training

Favorite Workout: CrossFit

Hannah Allen

Hannah Allen

 

 

Year in School: Second Year Graduate Student

Major: B.S. in Exercise Science and M.S. in Nutrition

Training Philosophy: My philosophy is to train the whole person. I want to help my clients not only achieve physical health, but also to develop a better understanding of what drives their behaviors and strategies to promote lifelong.

Format Taught: 1-on-1 Personal training, Partner Training, Small and Large Group Training, TRX, Kettlebell, and Mobility classes.

Favorite Workout: I enjoy pull ups, Romanian deadlifts, pistol squats, and almost anything that challenges me. I also love the POUND group fitness class. Abby does such a great job teaching it!

Allie Collins

Allie Collins

 

 

Year in School: Senior

Major: Clinical Physiology

Training Philosophy: Mentality is a huge factor in success. Have the dedication and right mindset, and the physical bariers to overcome will quickly follow.

Format Taught: 1-on-1 Personal Training, Small Group, and Large Group Training

Favorite Workout: HIIT Training

Maria Sloniker

Maria Sloniker

 

 

Year in School: Senior

Major: Nutrition

Training Philosophy: Progress comes from consistency and not rigidity, always remember to enjoy the process, and above all, fitness is about feeling good on the inside and outside.

Format Taught: 1-on-1, Large Group, Group Fit

Favorite Workout: Strength training and HIIT

Michelle Munday

Michelle Munday

 

 

Year in School: Senior

Major: Clinical Physiology

Training Philosophy: The key to success in fitness is creating a perfect balance. By combining strength, flexibility, mobility, and cardio training,  you can gain a healthier appearance, positive outlook, and enhanced self-esteem. Have fun and work at your highest potential, and results will follow.

Favorite Workout: Strength Training and HIIT

Ron Molina

Ron Molina

 

 

Year in School: Senior

Major: Clinical Physiology

Training Philosophy: My philosophy as a trainer is paralyze resistance with persistence. You want to attain your goal? You got to work for it continually and you must trust and love the process. Do a routine that works for you and makes you happy. Everyone is different and not every plan will be the same for every body. Decide, act, and commit.

Format Taught: 1-on-1 Personal Training

Favorite Workout: VMX Rope Training Circuits

Traisa Newcomb

Traisa Newcomb

 

 

Year in School: Junior

Major: Elementary Education

Training Philosophy: It doesn't get easier, you're just getting stronger.

Format Taught: Personal Training

Favorite Workout: Anything that involves lifting weights, and soccer!

Valerie Tobin

Valerie Tobin

 

 

Year in School: Senior

Major: Exercise Science

Training Philosophy: My philosophy as a trainer is that through functional training, mobility work, stretching, and a good recovery routine, one can find the right balance. The health in the mind and body is a feeling and not a look.

Format Taught: 1-on-1 Personal Training

Favorite Workout: Speed or Plyometric Training

Josiah Miller

Josiah Miller

 

 

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Clinical Physiology

Training Philosophy: I like to keep my training philosophy simple because the rest will be hard. Get to know and understand a person. Understand their lelvel of fitness and get a good idea of what their specific goal are, then make a plan to achieve those goals. Training is about improving one's physical and mental predicaments. We all have something we would like to change; whether that's our physical health, appearance, or mentality, but in the end it should alway sbe about improving ourselves in some manner.

Format Taught: 1-on-1 Personal Training and Large Group Training

Favorite Workout: I don't have a favorite workout because I enjoy mostly any workout, however, if I did have to choose I would say any workout that involves my weaknesses.

 

 

Lwin Htet

Lwin Htet

Year in School: Junior

Major: Cyber Security / Network Management

Training Philosophy: Make it a habit to train with full range of motionand in new and uncomfortable position, so when you're throwin into those cirumstances unexpectedly, the body is fully prepared and less likely to get injured.

Format Taught: 1-on-1 Personal Training, Large Groups, Small Groups

Favorite Workout: Squat laders and Sprints


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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