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Daniella 

Owner & Head Trainer

"The day I got my drivers license I started going to the local YMCA at 5am to get my daily workout in before going to school. A few years later, as a college student, I sourced a personal trainer looking to be challenged and expand my knowledge of the sport. That personal trainer, Dennis Bell, tapped into my love of fitness, helped me grow my skills, introduced me to the endorphin high intense physical activity brings, and brought out my passion for fitness. Fitness has brought so much more into my life than just physical benefits. It has allowed me to tap into the mind, body, soul connection that has made me a much kinder, more compassionate, and joyful person which has brought me closer to others including good friends, family, and strangers alike. My time in the “gym” allows me to focus, to meditate, to be myself without censorship, and has shown me that I am capable of anything I set my mind to and work hard for. My mission is to share this passion with others in hopes of spreading kindness, compassion, happiness, and health."

Certifications: ACE Personal Trainer & Mad Dogg Spinning Instructor


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SAM

Trainer

I have been a part of the fitness world for the past 4 years. For me, aside from the physical aspect, training also incorporate a big mental escape as well. I truly believe, ironically, that while you’re training and exhausting your body to no degree, there is a sense of meditation in each workout. Focus, focus, focus is something I preach within my workouts personally and with clients.

My training niche is athletic performance. However, a lot of my program design is tailored around core development, conditioning, stability, and plyometric/HIIT training both for athletes and non athletics alike. 

The one thing I love about being a personal trainer is establishing a genuine connection with my clients. I love hearing peoples stories. I am open with just about everything in my life. I believe that positive energy builds positive surroundings and that is something I hope to bring to session.