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We treat your body with the respect it deserves. Results, without the yelling, and without the guilt.

  • Convenience: Train in your own home or apartment gym.
  • No Fees: No gym membership fees required.
  • Quality: Trainers are certified, insured, experienced and thoroughly vetted.

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Testimonials

"I am lucky to have worked with Amber as my personal trainer since 2004. I hope to continue as long as she will put up with me.

Amber is dedicated, loyal, enthusiastic, and committed to her clients and career. She has an incredibly positive personality and a pleasant demeanor.

There is no one better to encourage you to work out and make you feel good about your exercise and the effort it takes to commit. Try her once and you are likely to come back again and again."

-Diane Hansen

"I have been training in Pilates with Amber for over ten years now.

She is thoroughly knowledgeable – providing intelligent, thoughtful, and individualized advice and feedback on my overall exercise regimen as well as diet issues with which I wrestle.

She is enthusiastic and a very good listener."

-Mark A. Doepke, Actuarial Advisors Inc.

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