Hi, my name is Ian. I have been training professionally for the last 2 years and in that time I have worked with a wide variety of clients. From athletes to those who just retired from the work force; I am here to improve your quality of life.
As a former collegiate athlete at Washington State University (Football), I am well adept to a wide variety of training. I specialize in the following areas: anaerobic power training, weights and resistance, sports and conditioning (football, track and field, basketball, rugby and volleyball) weight management, weight loss, and weight gain.
I currently train out of the Dallas/Fort Worth area, but I am available to create lifting regiments and consult with those who live outside of my territory.
What to Expect
Every training session is unique to each client and their needs.
For a client who is looking to gain more lean body mass and cut down their fat percentage, they can expect a lifting regiment of 8-10 different exercises that will fatigue the target body area with a core circuit. We would then finish off with cardio for at least 30 minutes at moderate intensity.
Client Success Story
- Athletic Performance
- Bodyweight Training
- Circuit Training
- Endurance Training
- Functional Training
- High Intensity
- Personal Training
- Rehab Training
- Senior Fitness
- Strength And Conditioning
- Track and Field
I Can Help You Accomplish
- Weight Loss
- Weight Gain
- Firming And Toning
- Increase Muscle Strength
- Aerobic Fitness
- Endurance Training
- Genesis Health Club
- 1551 N Rock Rd
- Wichita, KS 67206
I can travel within 25 miles of zip code 67219
|Sunday||Inquire about availability|
|Monday||6am - 11am and 3pm - 8pm|
|Tuesday||6am - 11am|
|Wednesday||6am - 11am and 3pm - 8pm|
|Thursday||6am - 11am|
|Friday||6am - 1pm|
|Saturday||Inquire about availability|
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Ian and I spent a great deal of time training for football together. The structure of each session was dependent on what the focus of the day was. The focus of days were strength and conditioning (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), speed, agility, and plyometrics (Tuesday, Thursday). Every session started with a dynamic warm up, then depending on the day we'd either get started in the weight room and end with conditioning on the field; or on Tuesday/Thursday, after dynamic warm up, we'd begin with plyometric training and move into speed or agility drills. Each session ended with position specific football drills, core work and a period to stretch.
Sessions varied from an hour to two hours, depending on your goals. My sessions were closer to two hours, because I wanted to spend a great deal of time with position specific football drills at the the end of our sessions. Despite the two hours, sessions were still enjoyable. Enjoyable can be an objective term, but they are enjoyable for me, because I know I have just gotten very valuable work that will pay off and help me achieve my athletic goals.
Improve: Some of the things that I noticed almost immediately was my improvement in my explosiveness and agility. To make a very long story short, I'm an offensive lineman. Stereo-typically, offensive linemen are the heaviest, most nonathletic bunch of athletes on the football field. Offensive linemen are stereo-typically, "fat" and strong. Well maintaining my strength, the "stereotypes" for offensive linemen does not apply to me. I still have my strength, but now I'm explosive and agile as some semi-skill players such as: fullbacks and linebackers.
Needless to say, I definitely achieved my athletic goals. I would personally recommend Ian, because he takes time out to discover what you really want to achieve, then tailors the entirity of the sessions towards helping you achieve your set goals.
ThanksAugust 22, 2016 • Verified