Matt Snider Fitness

San Diego, CA

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How does your business stand out?

I've been personal training for almost 8 years now. The ultimate sign of respect and the fact that I'm very good at my job, is the amount of clients that have been with me for years and years. And also because most of my business comes from referrals. I have client testimonials on file, and all of them are glowing reviews of how I work with them.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

I LOVE working with people. And I especially love working with people who are enthusiastic. And I especially, especially love working with people when we start seeing results. That is pure joy. And lastly, I love that most of my clients are now some of my best friends ....


San Diego, CA 92101

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10 Reviews
  • Tara M. Oct 11, 2014
    Matt is a straight up professional. Matt trained my son last summer before his football season. My son loved how hard Matt pushed him and got him in "the zone." Matt kept the workouts from being mundane and was constantly challenging him. He started this season and will continue with Matt post season in prep for baseball season for sure!
  • Jon F. Oct 3, 2014
    Been working out with Matt for years. He's very motivating. Highly recommend him for folks who want a solid, vigorous work out.
  • Roman G. Oct 3, 2014
    I have been working out with Matt for almost 3 years now. We work out twice a week and I am always looking forward to working out with him. I like how he always gives complete body workout: starting with abs, then legs, chest and shoulders and then biceps and triceps. When we are done I am always happy with what we done and I feel refreshed and accomplished.
  • Patrick G. Sep 30, 2014
    Matt's fitness knowledge and expertise are second to none. Though he may look a bit intimidating -- which is a good thing, given his profession -- he's one of the most understanding and patient people you'll ever come across. Anyone looking to physically better themselves should not think twice about using his personal training services.
  • Peter A. Sep 30, 2014
    I have been training with Matt for over 2 years. He has been very flexible in dealing with my ever changing schedule and is very responsive.
  • Jennifer H. Sep 30, 2014
    Matt is hands down the best trainer we have ever had! He is on time, knowledgeable and adapts the workout to your needs and skill level. And he is a genuinely nice guy to spend an hour with which is equally important!
  • Cindy R. Sep 30, 2014
    Matt helped me build strength and stay motivated, and he did it in a very short time. There are specifically two things which stand out about Matt: he addresses your personal needs, and he does it with the utmost professionalism.
  • Kelsey C. Sep 30, 2014
    When I started working out with Matt I was out of shape and uncomfortable with how my body was. One year later, I was running as much as I was in high school, doing more push ups then I thought was possible and I actually felt good in the body I had. He gave me the confidence and encouragement to push myself and be healthier. I can't thank you enough Matt. :)
  • Charles S. Sep 30, 2014
    Great personal trainer - his focus on core strength has really helped my golf game - I'm hitting the ball harder and farther with less effort.
  • Steve B. Sep 29, 2014
    I'm a retired former Army Ranger, active in skiing, golf, and biking. Matt has been my trainer for a few years, helping me to rehab from a knee replacement and get back to ski-fitness for the slopes at Alta, Utah, my former home ski track. Matt is an exceptional trainer. He uses multiple sets of multiple exercises, mixing up the exercises in sets of three. He uses every kind of equipment, from TRX to free weights to exercise bands, balls and resistance. He emphasizes core work, but makes sure your goals, whatever they are, are met by the routines he designs and supervises, He has a depth of knowledge and practice that few can match. If your goal is to get fit, you can be sure he'll get you where you want to be. He will work you to the level you're capable of, and if you put the time in, the results will be there.


What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Rates depend on the training package you buy. My rates are typically broken down like this: 20-pack of training = $55 per session 10-pack of training = $65 per session 5-pack of training = $70 per session Single session = $80
How did you get started doing this type of work?
I love fitness and health. I played high school football (and basketball with Kobe Bryant) in Philadelphia. I played 4 years of college football at UR. I played 4 years of football in the NFL. I receieved my BA degree in Sports Science & Health. It was a natural fit!
What types of customers have you worked with?
Weight Loss Muscle Toning Core Strength Cardio Overall Wellness Fitness Programs For The Specific Individual
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
Every single session with a client, I'm always proud of ....
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Make sure you do plenty of research on who you're about to hire. Don't necessarily look for certifications (CPR / AED, of course should be required) - but certifications are really meant for people looking to get into the business that don't have a background in fitness or don't have a college degree. Certifications typically take 4-6 months to obtain. And you can take the tests as many times as possible. I studied, passed with flying colors, ALL of the subject matter that's included in those certification packages FOR 4 YEARS straight. I've lived, ate, slept fitness and health for almost 20 years now.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
Personal trainers often get a reputation of being "not too smart". See all The Bachelor and The Bachelorette shows. TV shows seem to put the worst of us in front of the camera. I received my BA degree in Sports Science & Health from a VERY well respected, nationally academically ranked university, that's VERY tough to get into - The University of Richmond, in Richmond, Virginia. Private university, approx 3500 students, average class size is 15 students.