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Abbie Lane

Abbie Lane

• NASM and ACE Certified Personal Trainer • Specializes in sports conditioning for all ages • Former University of Kansas volleyball player

Amanda Messerley

Amanda Messerley

• Ready to help you make changes to your health and lifestyle • Teaches Boot Camp, Group Exercise, Water Aerobics

Kaitlin Allphin

Kaitlin Allphin

Kaitlin is a motivated and encouraging personal trainer. She has a passion for fitness and has seen how exercise can help both your physical and emotional health. Kaitlin is the mother of two active boys and understands some of the challenges associated with staying fit. She played collegiate basketball and has found a way to keep competing after graduation through half marathons and triathlons. She is also a certified SilverSneakers instructor.

Kelly Johnson

Kelly Johnson

• 2nd Place: 417 Magazine Best Trainer, 2015 • Certified Personal Trainer • Certified teacher: Indoor Cycling, Cross-Training, GRIT, Yoga and Silver Sneakers

Michael Pace

Michael Pace

• NASM Certified Personal Trainer • ISSA Certified Specialist in Strength and Conditioning • Works with clients of all age ranges and fitness levels. Designs programs to meet individual goals

Tom Semmelback

Tom Semmelback

• ACSM Certified Personal Trainer • Specializes in strength training and conditioning

PERSONAL TRAINING ISN'T JUST FOR BODYBUILDERS. 

At the Y, we have members with all sorts of goals. You may want to lose weight, build muscle or increase your endurance. One thing you don't want is to waste your time on exercises that aren't helping you reach that important goal. Whether you're hoping to shed 50 pounds or run your first half marathon, it's key to have a plan-of-action that's personalized.

 

1) Personal training connects goals with success.

At the Y we witness firsthand the success that members find with customized workout plans and a trainer that keeps you accountable. Personal training is the best way to get the most out of what your Y has to offer.  

2) A plan is built completely around you.

A generic prescription doesn't give you the best chance at success. Personal training is just that—personal.

Personal training can show you personalized workout routines with expert instruction that will help you reach your goals, highlight group fitness classes that will be beneficial to those goals, introduce new forms of exercise, and show you new ways to improve your cardio on your favorite piece of equipment.

3) You won't be chained to the scale.

The number one reason that people join the Y is to lose weight. And, overwhelmingly, it's the number one reason people decide to try out personal training. In conjunction with this goal,  personal trainers see a recurring theme: becoming obsessed with the scale.

People have a tendency to assess their value or their success by what the scale says. If their weight isn’t going down they view that as a failure. In reality, that couldn’t be further from the truth. You can make so much progress with the scale not moving at all. You can burn 5 pounds of fat, gain 5 pounds of muscle, improve your performance, look and feel better, drop an entire pant size and weigh exactly the same (or even a pound or two more) than when you started. The scale can lie to you.

4) It inspires an all-around healthier lifestyle.

Personal training isn't a quick fix. This is a lifestyle decision.  We train so we can go skiing or hiking for a weekend in the mountains. We train so we can play soccer with our kids in the backyard. We train so we can climb the bleachers to watch our grandkid's football game. The list goes on. We train so we can. This isn’t just about teaching you how to work out properly. This is teaching you a new way of life.

5) Personal training is for everyone.

At the Y, we've made high-quality personal training accessible and affordable with 30- and 60-minute session options all week long. Everyone (as long as you've been cleared for physical activity by your doctor) is welcome to try it out. There are no age restrictions and we welcome all levels of fitness.

If you're not ready to tackle personal training one-on-one, you can also bring a buddy! Try two-on-one training or a small group session to dip your toe in the water. We promise you'll want to dive in.

We all need the advice of an expert sometimes, as well as the personal attention that comes with a trainer or coach. The Pat Jones YMCA offers personal training and coaching to help you set and meet your specific goals in order to live healthier. 

 

Our Personal Trainers are available for one-on-one or small group sessions, and cater appointments to meet your individual or small group needs so you can achieve maximum results and meet your fitness goals. 

 

Member fees:

$22/1 30-minute session

$40/1 60-minute session

$200/10 30-minute sessions 

$360/10 60-minute sessions

 

Partner packages (2 members):

$220/10 30-minute sessions

$440/10 60-minute sessions

Small group packages (4 members):

$792/10 60-minute sessions

Partner and small group packages will only be charged to one member account, and will not be refunded if session is not completed by all partners.

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