|Individual Training||$50/session for 1-hour or $30/session half-hour|
|Ten, 1-hour Sessions||$470|
|Twenty, 1-hour Sessions||$880|
|Small Group (2-3 people)||Rates|
|Five, 1-hour sessions||$150/person|
|Ten, 1-hour Sessions||$290/person|
|Large Group (4-6 people)||Rates|
|Ten, 1-hour sessions||$150/person|
Brittney Arner, NASM - I am certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Health and fitness has been a major part of my life. I have enjoyed playing soccer at the division I collegiate level and enjoy running marathons. My experience in wellness has motivated me to help others mold healthy and physically active lifestyles. I focus my training through a variety of exercises from different disciplines. I have been very successful in properly guiding individuals through weight loss programs and strength training techniques. I have experience with all ages and a variety of fitness levels. I truly love what I do and believe anything is achievable when you put your mind to it!
Jonathan Bennett, ACSM CEP - All of my life I have enjoyed being physically active and I would exercise whenever I could, so I decided to make it my career. I received my B.S. in Exercise Physiology from Saint Francis University and earned my certification as an Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sport Medicine. I have trained a variety of individuals, from youth to older adults, including high school and Division 1 athletes, beginner exercisers, and individuals with different health considerations. I enjoy teaching my clients the skills they need to become independent with their training and to continue to live a healthy lifestyle beyond our time together. I use a wide range of techniques in my training, such as Olympic lifts, kettlebells, bands, and free weights, which allows me to create individualized plans for my clients in order for them to achieve their goals.
Matthew Hall, Level 1 Trainer, CrossFit - I am an athlete, coach and trainer in the Roanoke Valley with several years of high-level CrossFit experience and coaching. In high school, I wrestled at Lord Botetourt before injuring my knee freshman year in college. After graduating from Radford University with a Bachelor’s of Social Work, I coached wrestling in the valley for 11 years, primarily at the high school level. I have competed and placed in several adaptive CrossFit competitions and I am a part of Uncle Sam’s Highlanders - an adaptive/able demo team for the Highland Games. In 2018, I competed in the Disabled Strongman at The Arnold Classic and will begin a Paralympic Shot and Discus bid in the summer of 2018. In order to achieve success in multiple sports, a broad and open approach to training is necessary. I utilize multiple training methods to tailor programming to the specific needs of an athlete, focusing on realistic time lines and progress towards identified goals.
Skylar Sargent, NASM -