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Once complete, save the file and email to email@example.com or print the document and bring it with you. You and your trainer can sign the document when you come to the gym.
The personal trainers at HealthStyles Fitness Center are professionals who apply their scientific knowledge and expertise to train gym members for the primary goal of improving general fitness and health. They’ll help you set specific goals and then create a safe and effective program customized for you. Additionally, they’ll provide guidance regarding nutrition and injury prevention.
If you’re interested in learning more about personal training at HealthStyles Fitness Center, give us a call at 814-467-3892.
Matt is a 2013 graduate from the University of Pennsylvania. He joined the HealthStyles staff full time in the fall of 2013 after completing an internship in the Cardiac Rehabilitation program earlier that spring. During his time at HealthStyles, Matt has played a role in Cardiac Rehabilitation, Physician Exercise Program (PEP), and personal training.
Matt enjoys working at a medically based fitness facility because of the vast contrast in clientele that HealthStyles has. This includes anyone from an aging heart patient that has recently had surgery to gifted high school athletes looking to train for their upcoming season. He takes pleasure in hearing peoples stories and what they are looking to get out of participating in exercise (GOALS). Matt feels that making a personal connection with his clients is the key to creating great habits and gives them the best chance in reaching their goals.
“Just remember to never doubt yourself. We are all capable of amazing things.”
If you need more information or would like to ask Matt questions, he can be reached by:
Lori graduated in 1990 with a B.S. in Exercise Science from the University of Pittsburgh, where she was also a Division 1 volleyball player. She has been at HealthStyles since 2007. Lori holds a certification as a Medical Exercise Specialist. She has found that she enjoys working with and training clients who are motivated to improve their health, longevity, and quality of life with exercise.
As a middle aged person herself, Lori understands the importance of maintaining muscle strength and balance, core strength, and cardiovascular fitness to reduce risk of disease and chronic pain conditions. Her focus is on joint stability, mobility, and balance in exercise sessions. Lori’s training preferences are functional movement patterns using HIIT and circuit workout formats.
If you need more information or would like to ask Lori questions, she can be reached by:
Mark Rhodes is a 2004 graduate of IUP’s Health and Physical Education – Exercise Science track. While finishing his education he performed an internship at HealthStyles, was hired soon after finishing, and has been at HealthStyles ever since. It is Mark’s strong belief that every person who comes through the doors to HealthStyles brings their own unique set of challenges and that with some creativity, empathy, and the willingness to learn he might help them overcome those challenges.
Mark has had the opportunity to work with many people including:
Whether a client’s goal is to become stronger, change their body composition, or improve overall well-being; Mark has helped clients make changes to achieve those results. A tenet that he adheres to is that every person wanting to start exercising has some notion of what their capabilities are; his goal is to show every client that they usually judge themselves too harshly and that they are capable of much more than they think. Having worked with clients of all ages, Mark has found that he takes great joy in helping anyone middle aged and older improve their quality of life.
If you need more information or would like to ask Mark questions, he can be reached by: