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Top 10 plyometrics near Brighton, CO

Great Deal
4.7
from 38 reviews
4.7
(38)
  • 4 years in business
  • 57 hires on Thumbtack
"I started training with Noreen three months ago and my attitude and perspective on life has changed tremendously. Since I’ve started training with Noreen I have been dropping not only weight and body fat but I have also been losing inches. This passed month I have incorporated kickboxing with her husband Berto which is a killer and amazing way to do incorporate cardio. My confidence has built and so has my motivation on life. These two individuals are the most humble people you can ever meet and they want nothing but to see you succeed. They have a lot of patience and understand the everyone starts at different places so they work with you. I have finally dropped down to a weight that I don’t even remember being and with the excitement of Noreen, Berto, and myself I, I have more desire to keep working on my goals."

$28

starting cost

Great Deal
5.0
from 1 review
5.0
(1)
"Muy amable 🙂 y buen entrenador 💪"

$25

starting cost

5.0
from 7 reviews
5.0
(7)
  • 4 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
"Joe is very knowledgeable about a uniquely effective strength and fitness training concept. Simply having a personal trainer must count for something but the improvement I've enjoyed has far exceeded my expectations. The specific exercises and techniques employed on his specialized equipment, coupled with Joe's expertise in diet and health counseling is without question the reason I'm in the best shape of my life, surpassing even my peak condition when I was in the army in my early twenties. Highly recommended! "

$40

starting cost

5.0
from 4 reviews
5.0
(4)
  • 24 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
"Lisa is an amazing person with extensive personal training knowledge. She caters to the needs of her clients and tailors workouts that will be suitable for the individual client in order to help meet their personal goals. She does so with an amazing enthusiasm for the industry she's in and for life in general. She's quite the someone to have in your corner and will constantly push you to be your best you. Lisa has my highest recommendation."

$35

starting cost

Top Pro
4.7
from 21 reviews
4.7
(21)
  • 3 years in business
  • 38 hires on Thumbtack
"Willpower Fitness is my favorite workout studio in Denver featuring the latest strength and cardio equipment including TRX bands, bosu balls, kettlebells, machines, stairmasters, and my favorite, the sled. They incorporate everything from traditional lifts (both body and light weight) to plyometrics to cross-fit exercises. One on one or group training, the workouts vary every day and you definitely feel a burn. Diet and nutrition planning is also available. The staff takes pride in what they do and make it a supportive environment. Will and Don have been in the fitness industry for 10+ years and are extremely experienced in their field. Also have a great vibe working together, are joksters, and make everyone laugh. They focus on each individual person and are in tune with their body. Stretching and proper form play a key role in everyone's program. Willpower Fitness is a brand new studio, clean, with plenty of showers, hot water, hairdryers, curling irons, hairspray, lotion, etc. The locker room is a relaxing environment to say the least. They also offer childcare with lots of toys! I highly suggest Willpower Fitness. I don't doubt it will become your gym and sanctuary as well."

$45

starting cost

5.0
from 20 reviews
5.0
(20)
  • 7 years in business
  • 33 hires on Thumbtack
"Alex was great to work with. I play volleyball competitively and was looking to learn how to optimize my workouts in order to improve my overall athleticism. I learned a lot working with Alex and even improved my vertical jump in a short amount of time! If I ever I have questions regarding my training, I wouldn't hesitate to reach out to Alex for advice even though I'm no longer training with him. He's very knowledgeable and will do everything he can to help you towards your goals."

$60

starting cost

In High Demand
Top Pro
4.8
from 33 reviews
4.8
(33)
  • 7 years in business
  • 96 hires on Thumbtack
"Justin is a well qualified and highly knowledgeable trainer with a great personality to match. Sessions are whatever you want them to be, but he also doesn't let you out of stuff if you're too tired, and always has a plan and structure throughout each session. I get he workouts written out for me to take home and reference for workouts later; he writes the exercises down as we go. This guy will push you because he believes in you. His passion for what he does is blatant, exciting and clear and I look forward to vibing with him every time we get to work together. You won't regret him; one of the best I've worked with and I hire a personal trainer in every city I go to, while on the road for work. Thanks, J! Will miss you and you'll be my first call if I'm back in Denver!"

$60

starting cost

In High Demand
Top Pro
5.0
from 52 reviews
5.0
(52)
  • 5 years in business
  • 57 hires on Thumbtack
"Weight and conditioning very experienced and professional at a very reasonable price highly recommended what ever your goal is he will help you get there in a short amount of time"

$75

starting cost

4.9
from 15 reviews
4.9
(15)
  • 15 years in business
  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
"Everything has changed for the better since I met Tara and began pilates, which has been my first experience with it. The positive effects on my body and mind are exceptional, and it’s been more impactful than the other exercise I do. In fact, pilates informs the stuff I do in the gym. I’ve actually reduced the heaviness of weights, but with much better form and mindfulness, I am getting a better workout with less soreness, which I used to think was great (post-gym pain). Same for stair stepper, which was trashing my hips until Tara showed me how to step correctly. I’ve decreased both the speed and time on the stair stepper, but feel stronger and more energized after doing it. The other day in the gym after I got off the stair stepper someone said to me, “You are a machine. I can’t do that for 2 minutes.” But the old boost I would have gotten to my ego didn’t happen. The comment surprised me and prompted me to consider what I want to get out of that activity, and it is not for people to notice me or a feeling that I came off it completely spent. It is interesting to me that my old objectives for exercise have changed a lot and quickly. How I define fitness is morphing away from others’ definitions.to my own. I want to generate and store energy ; I don’t want to deplete myself by working out until I feel sick or come away feeling bad about myself for not running fast like runners I pass on the trail. So this is what is most astounding: the effect pilates has on my mind and spirit. I walk out of a session feeling a foot taller and much healthier. I am more mindful, and things that would normally trigger a reaction now don’t bother me. And I now can really notice it when my posture or activities are hurting my back or neck, and I can stop doing them. I used to believe “no pain, no gain”. One day in a session I realized that I have believed this about every aspect of my life . But is it true? Does something have to hurt to be worthwhile or effective? Tara ensures I avoid pain in a session (even when I want to work “harder” or say pain is “ok”) because there is muscle memory, so to speak, and training our brains to normalize activity-induced pain is counterproductive. Often after a session, my back feels better than it has in my whole life. Sometimes, it doesn’t, and that is okay, too, because it will change again. Tara is much wiser than her years, and seemed to very quickly intuit how my body works as well as my mind. She can always read what is going on with me, and I bet more clearly than I can. Her questions and comments often make me laugh, and reflect on them afterward. Once when I commented that my throat and esophagus were sore from a leg exercise (“What’s my chest got to do with it?”, I demanded), Tara responded with a mischievous chuckle, “What’s my heart got to do with it?” That is now something I ask myself a lot. "

$50

starting cost

5.0
from 14 reviews
5.0
(14)
  • 11 hires on Thumbtack
"I’ve been training with Victoria for a couple years now. For some background I’m almost 50, been athletic my whole life and was in CrossFit for a few years and consider myself a strong mountain biker. But at some point I realized that old injuries were catching up with me and CrossFit was not a sustainable place to be. Victoria has provided the best work outs with the most important element for me being the attention to form to keep me injury free for the last 2 years. Even after 2 years she has new workouts planned and I’m never bored. I know a lot of guys that “know how to work out” I was one of them and incorrect form only lasts so long before an injury happens and at this age it sucks to be injured. I would highly recommend her for any age and any workout stage from beginner to advanced. Dan R"

$55

starting cost

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