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Personal Fitness Training

  • Need motivation to exercise?
  • Have you reached a plateau in your weight loss efforts?
  • Are you looking to begin or enhance your fitness routine?
  • Would you like the personal attention of a qualified fitness professional?
  • How about a workout tailored specifically to you and your wants and needs?

Personalized Fitness Training may be your answer!

Recreation and Wellness  has a staff of certified Personal Trainers available to all students, faculty, staff, and members of the RecPlex, regardless of current level of health and fitness. Personalized fitness training offers the opportunity to have a program designed to meet your specific needs and to help you achieve positive results safely and quickly.

Meet Our Personal Trainers

Jason RatliffJason Ratliff

  • B.S. Exercise Science, Eastern Michigan University
  • ACE Certified
  • CPR/AED Certified

Jason has been certified and working for five years. He has experience training high school and college athletes, as well as nonathletes as young as nine up through to eighty-five. His training style mainly consists of free weights with machines acting as compliments to the free weight exercises.

Jason can help you achieve a variety of goals, including strength and conditioning, muscle strength, core strength, flexibility, balance, as well as improving general fitness. Anyone who is willing to put in the work to transform their body for the better, Jason is willing to find a way to make it happen.

 

Tony RodgersTony Rodgers

  • B.S. Biology Pre-Medicine, Emphasis in Kinesiology, University of Wisconsin
  • Doctorate in Chiropractic, Palmer West College of Chiropractic
  • ISSA Certified
  • CPR/AED Certified by American Red Cross

Tony has been working for ten years and has held his ISSA certification for the past four years. He has experience training a variety of people: children through to senior citizens, with abilities ranging from novice to professional athlete. He uses free weights and the three main bar movements, which are the squat, bench, and deadlift, to train clients. He also helps with footwork.

Tony can help with strength training, flexibility, plyometrics, and injury prevention. He believes that what you put in is what you get out – practice makes permanent improvement.

 

Noelle VictoriaNoelle Victoria

  • B.S., University of Miami
  • NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutrition Specialist
  • RecPlex Group Exercise Instructor
  • CPR/AED Certified

Before becoming a certified personal trainer, Noelle worked as a gymnastics coach and as a dance instructor for many years. She has experience training clients from pre-teens to seniors. She has worked with clients with a variety of fitness goals such as weight loss, muscle building, toning, increasing range of motion, and improving general health and wellness. 

 

 

Her training style mainly consists of free weight exercises, always emphasizing correct form. Noelle can help you build muscle strength, core strength, balance, flexibility, improve posture, and enhance confidence in the gym and in everyday life. Her high energy and positive attitude is sure to motivate anyone!

Holland Rausherholland_rausher.jpg

  • B.A. Psychology, Earlham College
  • ACE Certified
  • CPR/AED Certified

Holland has five years of personal training and group training experience. She has worked with people of all ages and exercise backgrounds. She has been a travel and high school soccer coach for many years, specializing in the athletic development of youth from ages six to twenty-five. Her signature training style incorporates free weight and body weight exercises together in maximum effort intervals and circuits. She can also help you with strength and performance conditioning, traditional weight lifting exercises, creative agility, as well as balance and flexibility activities.

Holland firmly believes that with consistent hard work, anyone can improve their health and fitness. Whatever your personal fitness and health goals are, whether you are an athlete or first-time gym member, she is eager to help you achieve them.

How to Secure a Personal Trainer

To enroll in the personalized fitness training program, you may visit the RecPlex Service Desk during normal business hours to request a Personal Trainer, fill out all paperwork, and purchase your sessions. You may also print out the forms below and return to them to Recreational Complex Service Desk during normal business hours. Please print out the Personal Training Packet to review the policies and procedures and complete your client profile. Once you have submitted your paperwork, and paid for your sessions a member of our personal training staff will contact you within two business days to schedule. At that time you will set-up a personal training program and schedule.

Note: Personal Trainers will not be assigned without payment and completed paperwork.

Quality Personal Training

  • Complimentary fitness assessment evaluation (must purchase 8 or more sessions).
  • Written exercise plan based on your current fitness level and your short- and long-term goals.
  • A personalized fitness trainer to assist you with your workout.
  • Follow-up fitness evaluation to track your progress (must purchase 4 or more sessions).
Sign up for 4 sessions or more, and receive a complementary fitness assessment ($15 value). For more information, please contact Marcela Sandigo at pmarcela@nova.edu or (954) 262-7018.

Personal Training Rates

STUDENT & RECPLEX MEMBER PACKAGES
SESSIONS PER PERSON SMALL GROUP*
1 SESSION $35 $20/PERSON IN GROUP
4 SESSIONS $140

$75/PERSON IN GROUP

8 SESSIONS $245 $140/PERSON IN GROUP
12 SESSIONS $340 $195/PERSON IN GROUP
NON-MEMBER TRAINING PACKAGES
SESSIONS PER PERSON SMALL GROUP*
1 SESSION $60 $35/PERSON IN GROUP
4 SESSIONS $225 $125/PERSON IN GROUP
8 SESSIONS $420 $220/PERSON IN GROUP
12 SESSIONS $600 $300/PERSON IN GROUP
FITNESS ASSESSMENT: $15/PERSON 
Sign up for 4 sessions or more, and receive a complementary fitness assessment ($15 value). For more information, please contact Marcela Sandigo at pmarcela@nova.edu or (954) 262-7018.
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