• Prescott Personal Training

    We help customize your routine to your fitness goals...

  • Custom Individulized Training in Prescott Arizona

    Not all fitness trainers take your individual needs into account for specialized training

    Fitness Trainer

    Why Choose Prescott Personal Trainer?

    Rigorously Tested

    Thanks to TV shows and celebrities who hire trainers, this career path has a much higher profile than it ever has before. This makes trainers recognizable as being a real and active part of individual goal setting and achieving. The role that trainers play in the success of their clients is increasingly in the spotlight.

    Passion, purpose, caring and coaching — these qualities make a far greater impact than the size of a trainer’s biceps. Not that there isn’t something to be said for outward appearance and taking care of the “cover”. Personal trainers dig deep into people’s barriers and motivations for being active.

    Personal trainers have many roles and are responsible for maintaining the scope of practice for their profession and within the confines of their certification.

    Trainer in Prescott AZ

    6 Week Challenge

    Take Our Personal Trainer Challenge

    Looking for a serious program made to give you results. Prescott Personal Trainer has an intense 6-week regimen designed for serious individuals looking to make a significant change in their body and ultimately their life! Not for the faint at heart.

    Prescott Fitness Trainer

    1 on 1 Training

    No Cutting Corners

    Whether we come to your home or in a fitness facility every client workout session is planned and well thought out prior to each session, personalized to the and your specific goals.

    Prescott Group Fitness Training

    Group & Partner Training

    Push Yourself with Others

    Get the job done with our small group training classes. These classes are 30 minutes of non-stop fitness fun. Or try partner accountability training. Here you and a friend, family member or co-worker will work together with a personal trainer as you both get healthy and fit.

  • Types on Personal Trainers

    Not all Personal Trainers come in the same package...

    Back Exercises

    Mobile Personal Trainer

    We Come to You!

    If you like the idea of a change of scenery each day, becoming a mobile personal trainer could be your ideal fitness career. With no set location and the ability to jump in your car and train a myriad of clients, this style of personal training is extremely appealing to a variety of clients – from stay at home mums through to busy executives who do not have time to make their way to a gym or older clients that prefer being trained in the comfort of their own home or a community facility.



    Chest Exercises

    Gym Trainer

    You Come to Us!

    Providing clients with a solid foundation knowledge of fitness, a Gym Instructor is responsible for instructing and directing in classes or on the gym floor, as well as demonstrating hands-on fitness techniques to ensure a safe and healthy gym environment.

    Working as part of a team of fitness professionals, Gym Instructors take on a variety of daily duties, including monitoring the use of fitness equipment and demonstrating how to safely and correctly use gym equipment.

  • History of the Personal Trainer

    Gyms used to be small, muscle-head dominated centers for "bulking up and ripping out." Today, you are likely to see more women than men in a gym; the average age of those seeking personal trainers has increased as well. The medical community has taken notice, and begun employing personal trainers in their practice or research. To capture this shift in the culture, a basic personal training certification came about. Later, specialized certifications emerged to improve the skills of the trainer and satisfy the needs of the clients/patients.

    Knowledge Base for Fitness Instructors

    • Having and maintaining a working knowledge of human anatomy and the concepts of functional exercise, basic nutrition and fundamental principles of exercise science
    • An ability to design and execute individual and small group exercise fitness programs, tailored to the needs and attainable goals of the individual, apparently healthy client, in a safe and effective way
    • An understanding for the need and importance of screening and client assessment; proficiency in conducting these evaluations initially and progressively
    • A desire to help clients reach their health and fitness goals through appropriate cardiovascular, flexibility and resistance exercise
    • An ability to motivate others in an encouraging and uplifting way towards improving their overall fitness and health
    • A dedication to maintaining personal integrity, client confidentiality and professional standards for best practice
    • A dedication to self-improvement, self-awareness, continuous learning, personal growth and development with regard to personal health, fitness and mental capacity.

    Personal Trainer Certificates

    Types of personal training tests include Certified Personal Trainer (CPT), the basic certification offered by all certifying organizations; Advanced certifications vary by certification organization, but generally include performance enhancement, rehabilitation specialty, and working with discrete populations such as the elderly, children and pregnant women. For example, the CSCS, or Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification, is for those who wish to train professional athletes. Trainers may also get certified in specific techniques, such as Crossfit or Kettlebell, or supplement their training certificate with Fitness Nutrition or Special Population certificates.

    Group Exercise Instructors

    Whether it’s leading a boxing class or being front and facility on a spin bike, a Group Exercise Instructor is the one to motivate and inspire others to push through the burn and give 100% in their workout.


  • 5 Best Home Workout Tips


    No Gym Full Body Workout

    No Gym? No Problem!

    Top 10 At-Home Exercises

    Life can get busy, and oftentimes we find ourselves traveling or otherwise unable to get to our preferred health and fitness facility for a workout. ACE Certified Professional Ted Vickey offers these 25 moves to help you stay on track, no matter where you find yourself. Using only your own body weight, these versatile moves can help you create a total-body workout that fits your needs and abilities.


    1. Supermans

    Who doesn't want to think they have super powers? Great stretch as well when you picture trying to touch the opposing walls with your fingers and toes.


    2. Push-up

    The Push-up is an oldie but goody. You can modify intensity by changing hand placement.


    3. Front Plank

    This is harder than it looks! Your back and abs will love you.


    4. Side Plank with Bent Knee

    Great way to add in hips work without the need for any equipment other than your own body weight.


    5. Supine Reverse Crunches

    Advanced crunch that targets the entire core region. If you feel pain in your back – STOP.


    6. Squat Jumps

    A bit of heart rate work while working on total body movement.


    7. Forward Lunge

    If I could only do one leg exercise for the rest of my life, a lunge would be my choice.


    8. Glute Bridge

    Real people do yoga – and this is a great entry exercise to the power of slow and controlled movements.


    9. Side Lunge

    Advanced in terms of needing to include some movement into what becomes a static pose.


    10. Side Plank with Straight Leg

    Don’t forget to breathe on this exercise – exhale on the exertion.



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