HRC Personal Trainers - Meet our trainers !
Whitney Greene - "If you always do what you have always done,
then you will always get what you have always got."
Hannah Stiller - Training should be something a person
looks forward to in order to feel good and relieve stress from
life, but he/she must learn how to do so properly. Therefore, my
training philosophy includes learning how to properly execute lifts
and how to achieve the highest benefit from a workout. That way a
client can eventually begin working out on his/her own with the
knowledge learned from training.
Alicia Zehr - Because exercise enhances every aspect of physical
and mental well-being, it should be a major part of every
individual's life. I believe that it doesn't have to feel tedious
and that it can be enjoyable. There is something (fitness-related)
for everyone. As a personal trainer, I like variety. I believe it
prevents boredom and provides the opportunity to continually
improve. My exercise prescriptions will not only involve exercises
that can be done in a gym, but they will involve exercises that can
be done in everyday places.
Stroka - I believe that through determination, dedication and
hard work, anything is possible.
Alex Coulter - The first
step toward creating an improved future is developing the ability
to envision it. VISION will ignite the fire of passion that fuels
our commitment to do WHATEVER IT TAKES to achieve excellence. Only
VISION allows us to transform dreams of greatness into the reality
of achievement through human action. VISION has no boundaries and
knows no limits. Our VISION is what we become in life-Tony
Pennel -In order to achieve one's goal, I believe that everyone has
to find the right balance - mentally and physically. Exercise
not only makes the body feel better, but also the mind.
Ashton Marshall - An active lifestyle is a
rewarding lifestyle. Exercise is not just a collection of
productive movements, but rather a road to discovering the most
efficient route to creating, setting, and accomplishing healthy
goals. It is my belief that exercise directly benefits both the
health and wellness of an individual, and can influence how someone
feels physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. Exercise
should NEVER be tedious and overbearing, but rather enjoyable and
spontaneous. No matter who you are, there is an exercise out there
for you and we will find it together! At the end of the day, the
ultimate goal should be personal satisfaction and a genuine feeling
of accomplishment. My main goal as a personal trainer is to help
all of my clients improve their knowledge of health, wellness, and
exercise so that they can improve their overall quality of
Brooke Buckner - You must love your body from the
very beginning; if you don't, you never will no matter how much
effort you put into your workouts.
Brendan Shannon - Sustainability is key! My main
focus is giving clients the knowledge and tools to be able to
maintain a certain level of physical activity and fitness for a
Kilee Moenning - Fitness of the soul should take
priority over fitness of the body, but the two are not mutually
Zak Hembree -Through a
combination of weight lifting and quick core and cardio workouts I
will be working towards carving out ideal appearance and
DJ Sparks - A
participant's results will only be as good as the amount of work
and dedication he or she puts into the training.
Whitney Wiley -You can have fun while working
Joanne Babula - Anything is possible through
Luke Shadiow -I can give you the advice,
training, and technique it takes to succeed, but ultimately, it's
hard work and dedication that harbors
Jessica Blackport -Work Hard, Play Hard!
Matt Olson -Sweat is the cologne of
Don't get to jet out of Indianapolis for spring break? Come warm
up at the HRC! Click here to see a downloadable PDF version of
this year's spring break hours.
The Bulldog Jog, a 5k run/walk, has become a
tradition on Butler's campus. Even the canine kids are encouraged
to participate in this family friendly event. Register now to reserve your place at the
Ready to get back to your healthy living routine after being
away for Spring Break? Come join us in the HRC Gym from 4:00 -
5:30pm for an hour and a half combo class, 30 minutes of Insanity,
30 minutes of Core with personal trainers Jack and Luke, and 30
minutes of Yoga and stretching. Take the challenge of all 3 or pick
one or two. It's sure to have you feeling re-energized to finish
the semester off strong and healthy.
Sweat to Spring Break: January 13 - March 7
Sweat to Spring Break is a voluntary 7 week program for HRC
members to help you focus on your health as you prepare for Spring
Break! Pick a destination and sweat your way to reach the
destination. One minute of exercise equals one mile toward your
destination. Register now
an keep track of your progress by logging your daily miles online!