Fit by Mitch Personal Training
Fit by Mitch Personal Training

Fit by Mitch Personal Training

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Offers remote services
Discounts available
Offers remote services
Discounts available
$65
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Responds in about 1 hour

Introduction: My name is Mitch Barker, and I've been a certified personal trainer since 2007. I design client's exercise programs based off of the their goals, body type, age and workout experience. I tend to lean more towards free-weight and body-weight training. I do this in order to improve stability, core strength and overall functional fitness
Overview

Current Top Pro

Hired 7 times

3 similar jobs done near you

Background checked

1 employee

14 years in business

Payment methods

Cash, Check, Credit card, Venmo

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This pro indicated that they reviewed CDC safety guidelines for COVID-19 and pledged to do the following:

Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers

Wear masks during the job

Wear gloves during the job

Disinfect surfaces touched during the job

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Reviews

Customers rated this pro highly for professionalism, work quality, and responsiveness.

Exceptional 5.0

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Lois J.

Personal Training

Mitch was excellent with putting together a training workout that really worked well. He is very professional and good at listening to what you want. If you want an excellent personal trainer he is the person to call
Jun 3, 2021
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Jasper G.

Personal Training

Mitch is awesome! I've been working with him twice a week since the beginning of the year, so a few months now. I had decided to jump back into getting fit but had some serious hesitations due to poor experiences with previous trainers I've worked with. Mitch put all those concerns to rest. He's extremely attentive to my comfort level and when I say that something is too difficult (or sometimes not difficult enough) he doesn't challenge it, he adjusts the workout to make it work for you. I have a few injuries that I've been dealing with as well, and when I say that something is flaring up, Mitch is super willing to change things up to make sure injuries aren't further agitated. One of the great things I really enjoy about our workouts is the use of variety. I don't know what to expect every session, which is a good thing! Mitch introduces new workouts all the time, it keeps it really fresh and fun. Doing the same workout every time can be grueling, Mitch is great about changing things up. Another great experience I've had, he's super relaxed and chill. There's no drill instructor vibes, only encouragement. I've never felt judged or criticized. The facility that we've been using for the workouts is extremely clean. Other people using the facility wear their face masks appropriately. I feel very safe and comfortable in the gym we use. Definitely give Mitch a try, he's absolutely worth it!
Mar 11, 2021
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Jai P.

Personal Training

I'm enjoying working with Mitch. He's punctual. He's very encouraging and won't let me give up on myself. Our workouts seem simple but they are so effective.
Jun 25, 2021
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Travis M.

Mitch is an awesome personal trainer. He's great at balancing diverse workouts, goal setting and helping you achieve top performance. I'd recommend him to anyone from beginner through advanced level experience.
Jul 30, 2020
Reyna H.

Personal Training

Mitch rocks! He is super nice and easy going, while still pushing me to my fitness limits and making sure I meet my goals. 10/10 recommend! He's very encouraging and positive!
Mar 17, 2021
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Mitch Barker

FAQs

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    During the first session, I have the client fill out an information sheet. I have them answer some basic questions about their exercise history, goals and medical background (as it pertains to exercise-injuries/surgeries/medical conditions). I then put the client through a movement assessment to check for mobility issues and muscle imbalances. This gives me a great starting point to customize a safe and effective plan for the client.

  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    1. Make sure the trainer is thorough in gathering information and assessing your specific needs during the first session. A great trainer needs to be able to meet a new client right where they are on their fitness journey. The trainer needs to know how to design a program that will challenge the client, but won’t overwork/injure them. The client shouldn’t feel like they need a wheelchair to get around after their first session with their trainer. As the client progresses in their workouts, the trainer must know how to scale up the intensity in a safe and effective manner. 2. Make sure it’s a good fit. There is definitely a relationship component to regularly working with a personal trainer. Things will go much more smoothly if your trainer’s personality and temperament mesh well with your own.

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