Personal Training at Our Lower Haight Location
Our Lower Haight gym is our original location. It is a smaller neighborhood facility for those wanting a more intimate fitness experience. Get to know our certified Lower Haight personal trainers below and then simply press the “Contact” link to set up a free intake and evaluation to get started reaching those fitness goals!
Nina started her fitness career as a group exercise instructor and personal trainer back in 2016. Her driving focus at the time was to find ways to bring better fitness disciplines to in-office professionals who often don’t have the time for an active lifestyle – including herself, a former biotech project manager.
Through her deep understanding of that environment, she creates realistic, fun and rewarding programs for her clients that are always challenging, but also feel within reach. Variety is a critical component to Nina’s workouts, as she looks to activate a wide range of muscle groups, not only stimulating weight loss or muscle growth, but also better posture, balance and overall endurance.
Nina is currently taking new late morning and midday clients.
$95 to $135 per session
AJ has a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology, which gives his approach to fitness an emphasis on human movement and exercise science. His belief is that the human body is a unique machine capable of adapting to whatever challenges are presented, particularly during workouts. AJ designs fitness programs that are influenced by biomechanics, as well as cognitive and motor functions. His training approach is a blend of core and strength training along with stability and circuit training.
AJ focuses on teaching his clients to listen to how their bodies move, not only to become more connected but also to become aware of how to enhance their bodies through physical activity. He strives to help his clients find the same passion for fitness and movement he has developed through his own fitness journey
AJ is not taking new clients.
$110 to $150 per session
MX3 Fitness Health Coach and Senior Trainer, Shana Karp.
Shana is a two-time NCAA Diving All American from Stanford University and former diving coach. She understands that motivation and a solid plan are critical to meeting one`s fitness goals. Whether her clients are trying to lose weight, gain muscle, or increase their overall health, Shana`s high energy, positive approach keeps her clients engaged and moving forward. As a person with Type 1 Diabetes, she has profound insight into how having a chronic illness can affect exercise and fitness. Her training approach borrows techniques from Olympic lifting, yoga, traditional weight lifting, and flexibility training to create a challenging and varied workout.