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Personal Training


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Train with some of the best, nationally-certified personal trainers and reach your fitness goals! Training is customized and developed to each individual's and/or partner's needs. Cancellations must be made within 4 hours of the appointment or the full training session fee will be charged. 

All sessions expire six months from the date of purchase. Partner sessions consist of two people in a training session. 60-minute sessions cannot be split into two, 30-minute sessions.

Meet Our Personal Trainers

Anna Aquino (pronounced AHHHH-nah)
Anna has been an ACE certified personal trainer for 14 years.  When not cooing over her dog, Oliver, or reading any number of the books that fill her house, she is here working as a trainer and spreading her love of fitness.  Exercise has been a passion of hers for quite a while, and as your trainer, she will be able to share her knowledge with you to help you experience the physical and emotional benefits of fitness.  She has some background in yoga and Pilates and likes to integrate ideas from these and other disciplines into creative workouts for clients.  Her goal is to educate and motivate and to help you define and achieve your fitness goals to feel better, stronger, and more able to live life the way you want to.
Trainer Tip: “If I had a nickel….”  How many times do you hear someone say that?  If I had a nickel for every time I see someone using incorrect form, I might be a rich woman.  But seriously, form is vitally important when working with weights.  Using proper form when weight training can help us get the most out of each exercise, while utilizing the correct muscles. When using incorrect form, you will increase your risk of injury and target the wrong muscles.  Paying attention to our form when moving through the exercise will help us create strong muscle contraction, while keeping the body aligned and protected.  Sometimes people find when they use correct form, they need to use much less weight and get even better results.  And who wouldn’t want that?  To sum up, proper form when exercising is the foundation to a successful workout.  Start right to finish well.


Minerva Badar
Minerva is an AFAA Certified Personal Trainer with over 10 years of experience. She started out teaching boot camp style classes because of her background in the martial arts (blackbelt in Shorei/Goju style off karate) and throughout the years she has added other certifications to expand her knowledge base to help clients achieve their fitness goals. Minerva takes a personal approach in working with her personal training clients- tailoring workouts to suit the individual as well as provide encouragement and support throughout their fitness journey. She is very passionate about her job and strives to give her clients the results they are looking for. Minerva’s certifications include: AFAA Personal Trainer, PKC Black Belt, Les Mills Bodypump, Jillian Michaels Bodyshred, Bosu, Ikick, Zumba, Zumba Step, TRX, TRX Rip Trainer, YMCA Diabetes Prevention coach.


Christine Parisi
Christine’s knowledge of the human body and its complexities are based on her practice as a Chiropractic Physician for ten years. Through her profession she gained a great appreciation of the human body and its relationship to health and wellness. After having her third son, she retired her Chiropractic license to raise her family. Now Christine is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer and Senior Exercise Specialist with fourteen years of experience. Her passion for health, wellness and promoting a balanced lifestyle led her to joining the Fort Hill team. Christine is thrilled to work with clients of all ages to help them achieve their personal goals through individualized training programs.


Dave Schatz
Dave comes to us with a wealth of knowledge; personal training is his second career as he recently retired from 28 years of service as a police officer.  During his time as a police officer he also taught physical fitness at the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.  He is a 3rd degree black belt in Traditional Okinawan Karate and has trained competitors that have won national recognition in full contact knock down karate.  Dave is a former International Sports and Science Association (ISSA) Certified Personal Trainer, and now a current National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association (NESTA) Certified Fitness Trainer.  Dave has a specialty in bodybuilding, physique and women’s figure composition where he has trained numerous clients in the past and recently had a client qualify for a national competition. Dave has the skill to work with clients of all ages, interests, and fitness levels to provide a solid foundation for general health and wellness.  Dave’s motto is “to guide my client from their current fitness level through the process of reaching their fitness goals in the safest, most efficient and effective manner”. 


Pete Wilt
Pete has been involved in the fitness industry for more than 30 years. He is an ACE (American Council on Exercise) certified Personal Trainer and Health Coach. His clients have ranged in age from 7 years old to 87 years old and all fitness levels. He is passionate in assisting his clients with their health and fitness needs, as well as his other interests (playing the ukulele, learning Spanish, daily meditation). He is proud of the fact that he puts the “personal” in Personal Training!

Pete’s Trainer Tip: When first establishing a health & fitness program, keep in mind the acronym, F.I.T. - Frequency, Intensity, Time. If you are consistent in your exercise program, gradually increase your effort, and make it part of your lifestyle routine, you are well on your way to achieving and maintaining your health and fitness goals.




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