Adam is a sport conditioning and fitness trainer whose specialties include working with competitive team and individual sport athletes and others with active interests. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Adam believes everyone can benefit from the knowledge and expertise of a trainer, and he realizes the hardest part of training for most individuals is the initial step of asking a professional for help. Adam prides himself on being both knowledgeable and approachable. Adam has coached athletes at a variety of competitive levels training speed, agility, strength, and sport specific skills. He utilizes resistance training along with specialized equipment such as ladders, medicine balls, balance discs, stabilization balls, and resistive speed tools such as parachutes and harnesses to creatively enhance performance. Adam has also previously helped clients decrease body fat and rehabilitate injuries. He feels everyone needs a fitness goal and lives by the motto, “you never fail until you stop trying.” Adam earned his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from Westmont College and Master’s degree in Exercise and Movement Science from the University of Oregon. Adam comes to Portland from Colorado and enjoys mountain biking, golfing, running, skiing, snow shoeing, swimming and of course playing sports.
M.S. Exercise and Movement Science
University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 2001
B.A. Kinesiology, Minor Chemistry
Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California 1998
10+ years personal training. Specializing in athletic performance enhancement, functional training, rehabilitation programs and general wellness
Adam lives with his wife Jessilyn, son Tye, and dog Toby, in Beaverton. Adam enjoys the outdoors and watching and playing sports. When Adam isn’t at Trainer’s Club he is probably traveling to visit and spend time with family and friends. Adam loves dining out, vacationing, and watching movies. Please Feel Free to Contact Adam anytime at Albarron@aol.com (503) 209-1296