Our trainers are nationally certified, fully insured and CPR certified.  We take pride in offering diverse training styles with unique specialties to appeal to every level of fitness.


Holly Gonwa,
NASM CPT, TPI-Titleist Performance Institute Fitness Level 1

I started in the fitness industry in 2002. I was looking to enhance my life as a stay at home mom. A friend at the YMCA, where I worked out, encouraged me to pursue a personal training certification. It was to be a part time job; I realized very quickly, however, that I had found what I was meant to do in this life. My clientele includes special populations, post rehab, menopausal and golf fitness. Teaching people to respect their body is so rewarding. I hope that I give back a fraction of what I receive every day from my clients.

When I am away from the studio I enjoy running, cooking, spending time with my wonderful husband,
whose support on this journey has been amazing, and my beautiful daughter and son.

"What doesn't kill us makes us stronger."  Friedrich Nietzsche

Julie McLandsborough,

My journey in the fitness industry began back in 2000 as a group exercise instructor. As an avid exerciser and a new stay at home mom, I felt it was the perfect fit for staying active while connecting with others. My love for helping others achieve their goals led me to a personal training certification in 2006 through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. I enjoy the challenge of working with all levels of clients and their respective goals, be it weight loss, strength or endurance. The cornerstone of my training philosophy involves functional multi-joint exercises, balance, core strength, and flexibility. We are only given one body in our lifetime. We must respect it and use it to ensure we don't lose it!

In my time off from training clients, I enjoy spending time with my family (husband John and twins
Collin and Megan), cooking, entertaining, volunteering at school and all things active!

"I've learned from experience that the greater part of our happiness or misery depends on our dispositions
and not on our circumstances
Martha Washington