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Why Get a Personal Trainer?

Whether you’re just starting to exercise or you’ve hit a plateau in your training a personal trainer is always a good idea. A personal trainer specializes in helping others achieve their fitness goals. If you aren’ t seeing the results you want, a personal trainer can suggest different ways to achieve that break through. Consider hiring a personal trainer if you are:

  • Recovering from an injury
  • Itching for a challenge
  • Training for a sport
  • Feeling bored with your workout routine
  • Needing motivation or accountability to work out
  • Uncertain about how to start exercising

Contact Joy Grove, Fitness Manager to learn more about Personal Training and how it can help you at joyg@fivepointswashington.org or call at 309-444-8222 x23.

The Importance of Lean Muscle Mass Seminar by Dr. Dan Dodd of DEXAFIT

January 10th at 5:30 in the Personal Training Studio, you will learn the importance of knowing your lean muscle mass.  Presented by Dr. Dan Dodd of DEXAFIT and the Five Points Personal Training Team.

Click here to learn more about this educational seminar and how it can help you get the most out of your workouts. DEXAFIT SEMINAR JANUARY 2018

DEADLIFTS FOR DIABETES CHARITY EVENT

Starting at 1:00 PM on Saturday, February the 10th, we will be hosting
Deadlifts for Diabetes Charity Event.
Here is our event link to donate:
This event will hopefully be the first of many charity lifting days that we host here at Five Points. You do not have to donate to participate but it is highly recommended to donate at least $10 to help us reach our goal of $500 for the American Diabetes Association.
*Non-Members interested in competing will have to pay a day pass on February 10th to participate.
Members and Non-Members can donate and not participate but we would love to have as many people join us as possible for this day! Our event will be structured similarly to a powerlifting meet in that you will get 3 attempts to deadlift as much weight as possible. Five Points will have volunteer judges to keep everything standardized. For the deadlift, there is only one command and that is the down command from the head judge after the lifter has locked out.
A few rules:
1) Knees must be locked out and the shoulders back at the top of the lift for the lift to count.
2) Only 2 out of the 3 judges have to agree for the lift to count.
3) You cannot drop the weight from the top.
4) You can’t support the weight on your thighs to inch the weight up and the bar cannot start to drop at any point in the lift BEFORE being given the down command from the head judge.
If you are interested in participating but don’t know much about deadlifting or would like to improve your deadlift, please reach out to Joy Grove at joyg@fivepointswashington.org or Andrew Morris at andrewm@fivepointswashington.org and we will do our best to answer any questions you may have. Also make sure to follow our page Five Points Washington Personal Training for weekly technique tips on Tuesdays. We will be increasing our deadlifting tips soon!

SMALL GROUP TRAINING at Five Points Washington

What is small group training at Five Points? A certified Personal Trainer works with 3 to 6 people as a group rather than one on one. Enjoy the one on one attention, the motivation, and expertise a trainer delivers while enjoying the camaraderie with fellow members or friends at a slightly lower rate than one on one personal training.

What Days and Times Do You Offer Group Training? There is no specific day and time. Your trainer will work with your group to designate the best days and times that work for the group. We want to make it as convenient for your group as possible.

How Much is Group Training?
5 sessions $65 per person (member) $75 per person (non-member)
10 sessions $110 per person (member) $120 per person (non-member)
20 sessions $180 per person (member) $200 per person (non-member)

Contact Joy Grove, Fitness Manager at joyg@fivepointswashington.org for questions or to sign up today for group training! Click Here for Group Training Flyer.

Check Out Our Personal Training Packages!

**All sessions are 30 minutes long.

**Training levels are based on goals set for the trainers by the fitness manager.

**The difference in training levels does not relate to expertise of the trainer, or intensity of the training.

Level 1 Personal Trainer

Individual Sessions Member Non-Member
1 session $21 $32
5 session $95 $116
10 session $168 $194
20 session $304 $341
40 session $524 $598
Couples Sessions Member Non-Member
1 session $21/person $32/person
5 session $78/person $95/person
10 session $141/person $168/person
20 session $225/person $263/person
40 session $368/person $442/person

Level 2 & 3 Personal Trainer

Individual Sessions Member Non-Member
1 session $26 $37
5 session $121 $142
10 session $210 $236
20 session $367 $404
40 session $630 $704
Couples Sessions Member Non-Member
1 session $26/person $37/person
5 session $105/person $131/person
10 session $183/person $221/person
20 session $288/person $326/person
40 session $472/person $546/person

Meet Our Personal Trainers!

  • Joy

    Joy is the Fitness Manager at Five Points Washington. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Performance and Fitness from North Dakota State University. She is also certified as a Nutrition Consultant through the American Fitness Professionals Association (AFPA). Joy specializes in the following programs at Five Points Washington:

    Joy
  • Andrew

    I have a degree in Biology and Exercise Science from Illinois College where I played baseball for two years. I have experience assisting coaches and teams in strength and conditioning programs, and am a Certified Physical Preparation Specialist, a Certified Online Trainer, and have a Level 1 Nutrition Certification through Precision Nutrition, and I am currently working towards the Level 2 certification.

    I help young moms find the strongest version of themselves with strength training and simplifying nutrition. I help those who were held back by injuries find an exercise program that allows them to continue making progress, while minimizing their risk for future injuries.

    “I strive to help each individual reach their personal goals, with individualized programs tailored to their unique needs.”

    Andrew
  • Josh

    Hi, my name is Josh Stevens and I have obtained my certification in Personal Training from Illinois Central College, as well as through the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA).

    I enjoy working with two or more clients at a time, as I love the energy that comes with a group. I like to  make my workouts creative while still sticking to strength, weight loss, and cardiovascular goals.

    I am committed to working with my clients to help them find the best workouts that are suited for their fitness needs.

    Josh offers a GREAT group fitness training class, Boxing Bootcamp!  This class will get the most out of 30 minutes!  The next session begins in January! Click Here to Learn More!

    Josh
  • Alex

    My name is Alex Wolfe.  I earned a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, and a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology from Illinois State University. I am an Adjunct Professor in Kinesiology at Illinois State University, as well as a Certified Personal Trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)

    I focus on assisting young individuals in reaching their athletic potential through strength training.  I provide personalized fitness programs based on my years of knowledge and experience as a personal trainer, researcher, and Professor of Kinesiology.  Strength training is often an overlooked, key component of exercise programs, and should be included for everyone looking to improve their athleticism, in addition to health and fitness.

    Alex
  • Morgan

    My name is Morgan Peil. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Physical Therapy from Trinity International University in Chicago. I also received my personal training certification through the American Council on Exercise (ACE).

    I specialize in helping middle-aged women who are looking to increase their strength and mobility, to help them feel confident in their everyday life.

    Morgan
  • Tara

    I am a Certified Personal Trainer through American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and earned my Bachelor of Science from Illinois State University.  I have been a member of Five Points since the facility opened, and reside in Washington with my husband and two young sons.

    I am passionate about helping women regain their strength, and feel empowered through the consistent use of weight training.  Combining this type of training with a balanced and healthy lifestyle will increase confidence and energy.  

     

    Tara
  • Tyler

    I have earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science from Lindenwood University. I’m a former basketball and football player, and played four years of collegiate basketball. While in college, I worked at a Crossfit gym as an intern where I gained a lot of valuable experience. I have a background in team strength training, sport performance, basketball skill development, and group personal training. I am also certified to provide a Total Body Stretch. I enjoy variety in my programming, while always keeping the client’s goals top priority.

    Tyler
  • Dakota

    My name is Dakota Roberts, and I am a NASM certified personal trainer.  Though I have a bachelor’s degree in Audio Production from Illinois Institute of Art – Chicago, my extensive training experience in bodybuilding and powerlifting informs my client training process.

    “Through teaching proper movement, both resistance and strength training help my clients achieve their aesthetic, athletic, and performance goals whilst staying mobile and injury-free!”

    Dakota

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