General Information

The Personal Training program offers a variety of training options for the Elon Community to reach their specific fitness goals. Our team of dedicated national certified personal trainers will customize a workout plan that reflects the clients interests and goals whether you’re training for a performance or just starting your fitness journey. To get started, please visit the Campus Recreation & Wellness PhoenixCONNECT page and complete the Personal Training Interest Form.

Personal Training Packages

Body Composition Assessment: A 30 minute assessment where your trainer will measure various aspects of your body composition and provide answers to any general fitness questions you may have.

  • $10 for Students, $15 for Fac/Staff

Individualized Training: One-on-one sessions are built around your schedule, pace, and goals. Get started with our personal training individual package and experience a difference.

  • 6 sessions (Student- $120, Fac/Staff $210)
  • 12 sessions (Student- $240, Fac/staff-$360)
  • 18 sessions (Student- $360, Fac/Staff-$450)

Partner Training: Designed for anyone looking for direction and motivation in their fitness routine and enjoy training with a friend. Work with a trainer to customize and reach both partner’s fitness goals.

  • 6 sessions per person (Students, $90, Fac/Staff $160)
  • 12 Sessions per person (Students $180, Fac/Staff $270)
  • 18 sessions per person (Students $270, Fac/Staff $340)

Personal Program Design: After four one-on-one sessions, your trainer will design an eight session plan that you complete on your own. With a program that fits, you are more likely to maintain the habit and see results.

  • $80 for Students, $120 for Fac/Staff

Please contact Campus Recreation & Wellness at recwell@elon.edu or 336-278-7529 with any personal training questions or concerns.

Meet the Certified Personal Trainers

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Ethan Askarinam

Specialty :

Resistance training, calisthenics, HIIT

Why PT?:

I’ve always loved working out and the mental and physical benefits of going to the gym, and I want to share those with others around me.

Fitness/Health Advice:

Do what’s best for you, but make sure you step out of your comfort zone.

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Ben Barrack

Specialty :

Strength and conditioning

Why PT?:

I chose to be a personal trainer to share my passion for personal growth with my community through health and fitness.

Fitness/Health Advice:

When you own your mind and thoughts, your body will follow.

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Alex Begley

Specialty:

Resistance and plyometrics

Why PT?:

I want to help others achieve their goals while working in a fitness environment.

Fitness/Health Advice:

Do your best to eat 80% healthy food and let the other 20% take care of itself.

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Kyle Brody

Specialty :

Resistance training and cardio

Why PT?:

I’ve always had a passion for fitness and love helping others so personal training gives me an opportunity to do both.

Health/Fitness Advice :

If you put in the work, you will see improvements over time.

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Allen Fleming

Specialty :

Cardio and resistance training

Why PT?:

Exercise and sport has always been such an important part of my life and has taught me valuable lessons. I want to help give others self confidence in the gym and teach the same life lessons that have been so important to me.

Fitness/Health Advice :

Start any new routine by making it fun! As time goes on, you’ll start to like it and the results it brings.

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Lev Goldstein

Specialty :

Strength and conditioning

Why PT?:

My passion of being with people and working out combined are the reasons why I knew PT is what I want to do.

Fitness/Health Advice:

Get better every day.

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Kenny Harvey

Specialty :

Strength and conditioning

Why PT?:

I want to be the bridge between learning how to exercise and developing one’s own confidence in exercising.

Fitness/Health Advice:

Always listen to your body! Rest days are imperative to progress.

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Katie Lorber

Specialty :

Strength and resistance training

Why PT?:

I want to help others achieve their goals while finding comfortability in a fitness setting. I love being able to help others achieve their physical and mindfulness goals through exercise!

Fitness/Health Advice:

Finding an exercise routine that you enjoy is key to having a positive fitness experience.

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Joe McDarris

Specialty:

Strength/resistance and conditioning

Why PT?:

I am a personal trainer because I love being at the gym, interacting with people, and most importantly helping my clients achieve their fitness related goals.

Fitness/Health Advice:

Drinking water & foam rolling are key!

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Jordan Waite

Specialty :

Resistance/strength and conditioning

Why PT?:

To educate people about the importance of fitness, help them achieve their fitness goals and show them how enjoyable exercise can be!

Fitness/Health Advice:

Exercise is good but mental health and nutrition are equally as important.

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Alice Ying

Specialty:

HIIT, strength training, and fun creative workouts

Why PT?:

To help people become comfortable and educated about the gym, and to help them reach their fitness goals and learn to have fun while working out!

Fitness/Health Advice:

Walking into the gym is the first step in your fitness journey.