Our experienced staff of certified personal trainers have the education and expertise to direct you with your weight-loss and fitness goals.
With 22 years of personal training experience. Joe has an extensive educational background in all facets of health and fitness. He is an AFAA, and ACSM Certified Personal Trainer and has a B.S. in Exercise and Sport Science from East Carolina University. Joe has worked with professional athletes, as well as recreational athletes to meet and exceed their goals. He has developed extensive and easy to use programs from beginner to advanced that are provided to all his clients that have proven results.
Being a certified personal trainer for the past 25 years, a college athlete, and a state champion bodybuilder, Rich brings intensity and discipline to the training studio. He not only has been in several fitness magazines, including Southern Muscle and NPC, but also done numerous interviews for television and newspaper with regard to nutrition and supplements. He has trained several national level and professional athletes, but his passion is working with clients that simply want to improve overall health and appearance.
A trainer with 14 years experience, Faith capped off her extensive competitive career in 2004 by winning a national championship in the master's figure division. She has graced the pages of Flex, Southern Muscle, and NPC magazines. Being a mother of three, Faith understands the responsibilities and distractions that all clients face in their quest for a better physique. With the ability to motivate the unmotivated, Faith helps clients reach new levels of personal fitness and health.
Marty has been an IFPA certified personal trainer for 13 years, as well a member of the "Lift Team" at Vidant medical center.
An ECU graduate with a B.S. in Child Life, Jessica is a certified trainer and actively pursuing her degree in nursing at Pitt Community College.
Creighton is a NASM certified personal trainer and is currently attending ECU, majoring in Business with a minor in Nutrition.