Justin has been working within adaptive fitness training since 2015 and has clients that have different levels of needs/goals.

Justin was awarder the 2018 Volunteer of the Year – Community Recognition Award from The Commission on Disability. He is extremely proud and humbled by this award, and he wants to continue to work closely with The Commission on Disability.

Personal training for ADA is a little different than traditional personal training depending on needs and goals. Our inclusive personal training options can range from personal one-on-one, or more of a semi-personal training for clients who will need special attention and/or the help of a second coach to help with transfers and stability in certain movements (i.e. amputees, quadriplegics, paraplegics, MS, etc).

Training for these special populations is different and more individualized than other group of people. We try to provide opportunities for movement that are tailored to each individuals specific needs. Often times these sessions include a secondary personal trainer to help ensure proper movement patterns and safety.

If you would like to learn more about ADA personal training or semi-private personal training, please give us a call. It is important that you are comfortable in our facility and that we know what your needs and goals are up front to best help you in the long run.