Personal Trainer Program – Olympia
Lets talk about Bodymechanics Personal Trainer Program – Olympia
A little over a year ago, Bodymechanics School entered into a partnership with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) for our curriculum and we’ve definitely hit our stride this year. Our in-house Certified Personal Trainer program is creating exceptional personal trainers in Olympia. We’ve now graduated close to 20 students from our Level 1 CPT program and 6 from our Level 2 CES program.
We’re proud of the quality of the graduates and excited for the lives they are changing.
Take Jeremy White for example. Jeremy is a graduate of our CPT and CES programs. He’s now leading 2 boot camp classes 5 days a week and his classes are growing in popularity. Solid philosophy has led him to focus on developing core strength for boot camp members to facilitate progress and help avoid injuries.
Then there is Oliver Munz, LMP who is also a graduate of the CPT and CES programs. Oliver is leading our Functional Training classes and helping the community get better balance, flexibility, mobility, stability and strength.
How about Kathleen Jardine, LMP – graduate of both CPT and CES programs as well. Her understanding of the body has grown exponentially since completing the Personal Trainer programs and she’s finding ways to incorporate both modalities to improve the lives of everyone she works with at Integrative Health Clinic.
The list goes on and on. I interview countless people who have a strong desire to help people get fit – and they are living their dream by attending a quality program that is taught by passionate instructors. Those who enter the program leave with a deep understanding of movement patterns and how to safely work with clients.
Classes Starting August 8th
I watched Caleb educate his client on proper TRX rows to develop upper back strength.
I watched Raul run around the building with his client to motivate her.
I watched a client perform one more move because she wanted to make sure she did it correct.
I watched Jason observe and learn from instructor Ian.
Another element that sets Bodymechanics School apart is our NASM Master Trainer, DeWayne Unger. DeWayne is easily one of the top trainers in the country having set himself apart from 60,000 other NASM CPTs by additional training and evaluation from the best in the country. DeWayne had a strong desire to be tested by the best – in his words “if you want to be the best, you have to learn from the best.” He brings that energy and commitment to students who learn from him.
Like I said, we have another class starting August 8th and there is room for YOU if you are ready to change your life and help people get healthy and fit. Here’s the deal – tuition is extremely affordable and I can and will work with you reach your goals.
Here’s the details –
Morning class – Monday through Friday from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Tuition – very affordable at $4,000
Now accepting applications to our Level 1 CPT Program
Specializations Offered (alongside the CPT)
- Corrective Exercise Specialist – Gain injury prevention to generate more revenue working with anyone from athletes to today’s increasingly aging population.
- Performance Enhancement Specialist – Designed for trainers and health professionals who want to help clients safely and effectively improve performance.
- Behavioral Health Specialist – Become the expert with the tools and knowledge needed to help clients make the necessary changes for success.
A Trainer Lights A Fire Under Someone.
A Coach Lights A Fire Inside Of Someone.
A Trainer Affects The Hour They Are With Someone.
A Coach Affects The Hours They Are Not With Someone.
A Trainer Hopes To Get Through The Session.
The Coach Hopes To Get Through To Someone.
A Trainer Forgets The Job Is Not To Remind People About problems.
A Coach Remembers The Job Is To Solve Them.
A Trainer Stretches Your Legs.
A Coach Stretches Your Limits.
A Trainer Counts Your Reps.
A Coach Discounts Your Excuses.
A Trainers Is Concerned With How Much Time You Put In.
A Coach Is Concerned With How Much You Put Into The Time.
A Trainer Wants You To Do Your Best.
A Coach Wants You To Do Better Than Your Best.
A Trainer Is Concerned More With How, Where And When.
A Coach Is Concerned More With Who, What And Why.
A Trainer Works For A Paycheck.
A Coach Works For A Passion.
A Trainer Develops And Delivers Your Workout.
A Coach Creates And Cultivates Your Purpose.
Training Is Something You Do To Someone.
Coaching Is Something You Do With Someone.