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Betsy Arlt

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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

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Year in School: First Year Graduate Assistant

Major: Human Intigrated Physiology

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

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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

Makenzie Clark

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Year in School: Senior

Major: Exercise Science

Training Philosophy: Learning how to set goals and never giving up on achieving them, even if that means working harder to find a routine that works. It is important to me to develop a base of functional strength and good lifestyle habits to be able to live life both physically and mentally to the fullest! 

Format Taught: One-on-one

Favorite Workout: Resistance training and Zumba!

Jonathan Pinon

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Year in School: Senior

Major: Exercise Science

Training Philosophy: I believe working out is a battle between who you are and who you want to become, I always strive to be better than the person I was yesterday, but also like to have fun when I workout.

Format Taught: Personal Training

Favorite Workout: Weight training, large/small group and TRX workouts

Maria Sloniker

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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

Taylor Monta

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Year in School: Senior

Major: Clinical Physiology

Training Philosophy: My training philosophy is to find a workout that is enjoyable, not everyone is going to enjoy running or TRX, so find something that is fun but still challenging. Make working out a lifestyle and invest in youself mentally and physically. Lastly, be mindful and in the moment when you are working out. 

Formats Taught: Personal Training

Favorite Workout: HIIT and Resistance Training

Claudia Brasino

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Year in School: Senior

Major: Communications Studies with a minor in Sports Coaching

Training Philosophy: I want my client to understand that working out isn't just something in life that we "have" to do. Instead, it should be something we enjoy doing! Also, I want my clients to understand that that is a safe enviornment for everyone who is interested to have a healthy and positive lifestyle. 

Format Taught:One-on-one

Favorite Workout: Running and any type of functional fitness method.

Christian Nonga-Kingombe

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Year in School: Freshman

Major: Clinical Physiology

Training Philosophy: Work hard & smart!

Format Taught: One-on-one

Favorite Workout: Olympic Lifting!

Jordan Kurz

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Year in School: Senior

Major: Exercise Science

Training Philosophy: Train smarter, not harder

Format Taught: One-on-one, large group, and small group

Favorite Workout: Tosh Mean Challenge

Lwin Htet

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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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