Personal Training, Personal Attention
“It is always a good time to work with a personal trainer. All levels are welcomed. Our Personal, One-on-One and Semi-Private programs offer specialized training to motivate you and get results. Select your own highly certified personal trainer of let us match you up with one, who will guide you from your initial FREE consultation to your post-program maintenance.”
One Hour Personal Training
1 Session: $49 Health & Fitness Center member*/ $59 nonmember
5 Sessions: $220 Health & Fitness Center member*/ $270 nonmember
10 Sessions: $430 Health & Fitness Center Member*/ $525 nonmember
Semi-Private Personal Training (for two people)
1 Session: $35 ea Health & Fitness Center member*/ $45 ea nonmember
5 Sessions: $155 ea Health & Fitness Center member*/ $205 ea nonmember*
Semi-private training involves two persons, signing up at the same time, for the same sessions.
*Member rates: Must hold a Health & Fitness Center Annual membership at the time of purchase and during training sessions.
Meet Our Trainers
- NASM – Certified Personal Trainer
- FFA – Certified Group Instructor
- SCW – Certified Pilates Instructor
- Aqua Aerobics Trained Instructor
- CPR/AED First Aid Certified
Maggie began her fitness career here at Park View teaching group fitness and water aerobic classes in 2001. She is certified in Pilates, group fitness, and personal training. As a mother of three, she can relate to the trials of weight loss and as a long-time sufferer of psoriatic arthritis, Maggie understands the importance of physical conditioning to promote joint stability and functional movement. She believes that fitness through exercise is crucial to prevent, prepare or recover from physical ailments or weight issues.
- AFFA – Certified Group Fitness Instructor
- ISSA – Personal Trainer
- Maddog Athletics Spinning Certification
- The Physical Mind Institute of Pilates Certification
- CPR/AED First Aid Certified
Judy has been working in the fitness industry since 1997. She has taught classes and trained in the local area as well as along the North Shore with experience in group cycling, strength, Pilates, and flexibility training. She has experience working with general fitness, prenatal/postnatal, post-rehab, adolescents, and senior citizens. Judy believes that exercise is best when it is scheduled into your week. Consistency and accountability are the keys to your fitness goal. Judy’s mission is to help clients feel comfortable with their fitness programs and hopefully walk away with the feeling that exercise can be fun!
- AFAA-Personal Fitness Trainer
- AFAA-Primary Group Exercise
- NASM- Corrective Exercise Specialist
- TRX Suspension Training
- Nautilus Institute- Schwinn Cycle Training
- CPR/First Aid/AED Certified
Lisa started her fitness career back in 2003 working at the Grayslake YMCA in customer service. From there she worked the fitness floor and became certified in Group Exercise and Personal Training. She has been instructing since 2007 and became a certified trainer in 2009. Lisa has always been involved in sports playing softball, skiing, tennis, and competing in triathlons. She leads youth sports classes and is a sports camp director in the summer. Lisa believes that exercise not only changes your body. It changes your mind, your attitude, and your mood.
- ACE – Certified Personal Trainer
Jesse has experience with a variety of athletes of all ages. He has trained at the collegiate level at California University of Pennsylvania. He’s worked with Women’s Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Football, Tennis, Track and Field, and Cross Country Running teams. Jesse’s sports and conditioning field experience as well as, overcoming personal adversity such as Scoliosis, IT Band Reconstruction, and ankle ligament tears allows him to connect and work with a variety of clients. Jesse believes in a real-world strength, athleticism, and looking the part. He’s ready to add value to your workout and life!