Personal Training

Personal Training in Lake Oswego

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Trainer’s Club places a special emphasis on personal training. After all, it is in our name… but it’s more than just a word or club name, because the team of professional trainers at our gym ensure we make it personal. The fitness trainers here  have the finest credentials, expertise, and range of experience, enabling them to work as independent contractors. They train clients at Trainer’s Club because it’s such a great place to work!  We pride ourselves on furnishing the finest group of personal fitness professionals in the Portland area and we back it up with creative execution of individualized exercise programs. Personal Training VideoSee where personal training can take you today … Look Good, Feel Great, Make it Personal Training Today!  If you would like more information or to register for personal training, please click here.

Personal Trainers

Fil Pearl Fil Pearl With 30 years of personal training experience and a family history of world class fitness excellence, Fil Pearl has the knowledge and practical understanding of how to help individuals reach their fitness goals.
Mick Glaze, MAT CSCS Mick Glaze, MAT CSCS Mick spends much of his time away from the gym with his wife and Trainer’s Club Personal Trainer, Laura Glaze (American Council on Exercise).
Laura Glaze ACE Personal Trainer Laura Glaze ACE Personal Trainer “Fitness demands a lifelong commitment. Fitness is about making changes in your life that will make a positive impact on your body, both physically and emotionally.”
Tate Ford Tate Ford “My first priority as your personal trainer is to help conquer and achieve your fitness goals! I love all sports and have a passion for helping athletes reach their goals and get to the next level.”
Melissa Dennis Melissa Dennis Melissa Dennis is a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). She has been training clients at Trainers’ Club for two years.
Kim Horton Kim Horton “Anybody can join a gym, train for a 10k, or take a yoga class to lose an inch or two around the middle. And these are all positive lifestyle changes.”
Eric Zimmer Eric Zimmer, BS, ACE Eric Zimmer holds a B.S. degree as a Health and Fitness Specialist and has been certified as a Personal Trainer since 1993. His personal training experience spans 24 years, beginning at a time when the business of personalized training was in its infancy.
Adam Barron Adam Barron MS, CSCS Adam is a sport conditioning and fitness trainer whose specialties include working with competitive team and individual sport athletes and others with active interests
Fil Pearl Stephen Brown is passionate about yoga, health, and fitness. He believes that a healthy body creates a happy life and gives you strength and courage to face any challenge. Having physical strength is key to health, fitness, and well-being. Stephen’s guided strength-training sessions are safe, effective, and fun!
Kelly Bylsma Personal Trainer Kelly Bylsma Personal Trainer Kelly has been in the fitness industry for over 27 years. She spent many of those years working as a personal trainer for Gold’s Gym, Nautilus Plus, and Bally Fitness Centers.

Training Styles

  • Resistance Training – Training focused on improving strength, power, muscle size, and definition.
  • Cardiovascular Training – Training focused on improving heart and lung efficiency, typically for increased stamina and endurance.
  • Sport Specific Training – Training focused on improving a particular sports movement or movement pattern. Specialized equipment is often utilized to replicate and teach the specificity of the skill while trying to improve strength, flexibility, and stamina.
  • Functional Training – Training focused on improving daily movement patterns. Bands, balls, and discs, as well as other functional training equipment are used to train in multiple movement planes that may be hard to duplicate using standard resistance machines.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does training cost?
The trainers at Trainer’s Club are all independent contractors, so price does vary among the trainers. On average, most sessions range between $60-$90.
Do you have male and female trainers?
Yes, we have both male and female trainers who have very diverse skill sets and training styles.
Would they be able to work with me?
YES! Trainers are able to design programs for anyone. We train members and non-members – young, mature, and everything in between. We also work with elite athletes and individuals dealing with disabilities and those recovering from illnesses.
How often should I work with a trainer?
Depends on your individual goals. Most trainers work with clients multiple times a week or month. Results and goals are achieved faster with the assistance of a professional trainer to structure your program.
When do the trainers work with people, and how do I sign up to work with a trainer?
Trainers are available during all club business hours. Appointments can be made by contacting the Fitness Director. Schedule your appointment today!

Trainer’s Club places a special emphasis on personal training. After all, it is in our name… but it’s more than just a word or club name, because the team of professional trainers at our gym ensure we make it personal. The fitness trainers here  have the finest credentials, expertise, and range of experience, enabling them to work as independent contractors. They train clients at Trainer’s Club because it’s such a great place to work!  We pride ourselves on furnishing the finest group of personal fitness professionals in the Portland area and we back it up with creative execution of individualized exercise programs. See where personal training can take you today…Look Good, Feel Great, Make it Personal Training Today!  If you would like more information or to register for personal training, please click here.