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Top 10 Boot Camp Instructors near Rosenberg, TX

Great Deal
5.0
from 10 reviews
5.0
(10)
  • 1 year in business
  • 18 hires on Thumbtack
"Very well at training and making sure your heart rate is up to get the most out of your workout. Very motivating"

$40

starting cost

In High Demand
Top Pro
5.0
from 50 reviews
5.0
(50)
  • 17 years in business
  • 131 hires on Thumbtack
"When I met Isreal back in October 2013 I was only focus on boot camp but I then realized that he was the one to be my trainer. What made him stand out was he was very passionate of his clients and helping them reach their goal. I hit a plato and needed that extra push to lose that unwanted fat in areas that I was not confident of myself. I have to say hands down Isreal has been an amazing trainer I’ve ever had! Not one minute has he ever given up on me when I felt like I couldn’t reach my goal. I would definitely recommend Isreal to anyone."

$55

starting cost

In High Demand
Top Pro
5.0
from 40 reviews
5.0
(40)
  • 15 years in business
  • 95 hires on Thumbtack
"During my quest to find the best trainer out there for my needs, I found Alex Hernandez. I knew from my research that the qualities I was looking for in a trainer included experience, education, personality, the ability to communicate well and professionalism. I met with/spoke to several trainers through Thumbtack and outside of Thumbtack that unfortunately were lacking one or more of these qualities until I met with Alex who, as it turned out, had all the qualities I was looking for in a trainer. It also didn’t hurt that he offered a couple of free sessions. (I know this is a rather wordy review but if you are like me and prefer to do your due diligence before hiring a trainer, I think it’s worth the read.) Experience: Yes, having years of experience is great, which Alex has but what I most valued about Alex’s experience is that he had been through the same struggle of losing weight and figuring out how to establish and maintain a healthier lifestyle as I am going through now. Because of this, I felt Alex had a unique perspective as a trainer and would be able to better understand my struggle with losing weight and be better equipped to assist me through that struggle. Experience was also very important to me as I was coming to the table with several injuries that any trainer I selected would have to have the know-how on how to handle those injuries during training while still allowing me to make regular progress. After a couple of complimentary sessions with Alex, there was no doubt he had the necessary experience to help me. Education: In addition to having over a decade of experience in personal training, Alex also had the appropriate credentials. One of these credentials was particularly important to me, his NASM certification as a Weight Loss Specialist. (FYI - You can check a trainer’s credentials on the NASM website.) Beyond his certification education, Alex also educated himself on me. Alex took the time to ask me questions and learn about me, what I wanted to accomplish with training, what injuries or medical issues I had, what concerns I had, what my day-to-day life was like and what my nutrition looked like. For me, this meant Alex was asking all the right questions to educate himself on how best to help me. Personality: If you’re looking for a trainer who will yell at you like a drill sergeant, then Alex isn’t the trainer for you. If you’re looking for a trainer to handle you with kid gloves and baby you, then again, Alex isn’t the trainer for you. If you are looking for a happy medium between the two with a few jokes and quotes of encouragement thrown in, then Alex is for you. Alex is encouraging yet pushes you beyond your limits just enough every time so every session always contains progress. When I first started working with Alex, there was a particular exercise that he had to modify in order for me to complete. Recently, I was able to complete this exercise, multiple reps, without modification and he was more excited about it then I was. Who wouldn’t want a trainer like that, someone who is excited for you and your progress. Communication: Alex has been great about communicating with me since day one. I tend to have a lot of questions and Alex has always been very good about answering those questions for me whether during our training sessions or via text (in a timely manner). Unlike some trainers, he does not brush off your questions. Alex will regularly check on me after a session to make sure none of my injuries were exacerbated due to the session. It was important to find someone I could communicate well with because I knew my injuries would be a constant issue and I needed to be comfortable enough talking with my trainer and expressing when I felt the pain from a pre-existing injury was too much and/or when I felt I was just incapable of doing an exercise due to my injuries without feeling I was being judged by my trainer. I have found Alex to be very easy to communicate with. Professionalism: The last quality on my list was professionalism. I have had trainers who were physically inappropriate with me, I have had trainers who would talk badly about their other clients either in front of me to another person or directly to me, I’ve had trainers that would spend majority of my session texting/playing on their phone and paying no attention to me at all. I have never had any of these issues with Alex. During our training sessions, he has always conducted himself in a professional manner making sure the focus is always on me and my training. I honestly believe Alex is worth every penny as a trainer. I’m very happy I found him, that I have had the opportunity to work with him and that I now know what it is like to work with a real trainer. **As of this review, I have worked with Alex for 8 weeks. **I have lost inches and pounds and have gained muscle and strength. **Several aches and pains I had prior to my training with Alex has dissipated. (I used to get terrible ankle and shin pain walking to and from work every day which has subsided substantially since training with Alex.)"

$60

starting cost

5.0
from 12 reviews
5.0
(12)
  • 3 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
"Mac was my instructor for a semester-long boot camp class through our university. I was initially hesitant about the class because I had never participated in one before, and I have some joint issues that I knew I would have to work around. Mac went above and beyond what I could have imagined from an instructor. He made everyone in the class feel welcomed, no matter what their fitness or experience level was. And he was more than happy to work with me, and other students, to help us adjust our work out to get the same results without aggravating injuries. I never thought that I would say I enjoyed a boot camp class as much as I did!"

$47

starting cost

5.0
from 1 review
5.0
(1)
"First the backstory. I'm 62, never worked out except on the golf course; left knee now failing; 280+ pounds, and now at the point of having trouble getting in/out of the car, up and down off the commode. You get the picture. It was now or never. My first lesson: simple balance and step-ups (one foot), and a little squat. I told Greg, "that's not happening." He said, "trust me, a little bit at a time". Low and behold, I was able to do it. It was a miracle. Little by little, week by week, I improved. (Yup, that's me in the picture lifting 140 pounds, 10x for 3 sets.) Moved to weights. Increased the weight. My knee? It felt better when I left the gym than when I went in! In 6 short weeks I was moving much better, in 12 weeks I felt younger - really, no kidding. I could not have done this without Greg's expertise and support. Seriously. He explained everything in great detail. The techniques. Breathing. How to concentrate. Greg is not some monster-type lifter (okay, he does a pretty damn impressive squat), his style and approach are systematic yet tailored to your own rhythms and capabilities. I checked all the boxes because he truly does all of these things. Greg asked me to write a review, and it's the least I could do given that he as restored my mobility, and convinced me that even at 62 I can become stronger, and, yes, build that six pack. At 62. I have a more to do of course (can't fix in 3 months what took 30 years to do). Look, do it. It takes 60-90 minutes, and do it 3x per week. 4 1/2 hours. And you get your mobility and balance back and restore your strength. In my mind - and I think for people like me - Greg is the best. For those of you who are in your "prime", definitely do it. Oh, one last thing...If you are a lifter, you won't find a better, technically qualified, coach than Greg, I've watched him. And, IMO, you won't find a nicer person either."

$40

starting cost

5.0
from 10 reviews
5.0
(10)
  • 15 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
"Greg is my personal trainer at Houston Gym. At the request of my naturopathic and primary care physicians, I was instructed to begin a resistance training program to address a few health issues. I was skeptical of personal training, was unsure of my capacity to "stick-to-it" and achieve my aims. The owner of the gym suggested I work out with Greg. 2 months later, I am in better shape than in my 30s (I'm 54). Greg is conscientious, knowledgeable, skilled and is exemplary at tailoring my workout to fit my aims. He knows how to vary a work out (upper and lower) to address not only groups of muscles but refine the workout so as to address specific muscles that need toning. His attention to detail helped me calibrate and equalize what seemed to be an strength imbalance between my left and right sides (very odd). He is also quite patient, truly listens and varies the workout routine to keep it building my body without the boredom that can be possible in working out. Not only is Greg a great trainer, but he also is quite knowledgeable about the body's musculoskeletal system and the nature of injuries to the system. I recently had a shoulder injury (doing upward dog in yoga); and had to see an orthopedic specialist. Greg was very sensitive to the doctors instructions and modified my upper body workouts in such a manner that I can continue to build my upper body at the same time give my shoulder injury time to heal. Without question, the reason I'm still with Greg as my personal trainer is that he makes it a challenge, yet always within my range. Highly recommend Greg"

$50

starting cost

5.0
from 23 reviews
5.0
(23)
  • 8 years in business
  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
"I signed up in one of his small group training sessions and lost 19 pounds my first month. I was surprised I could afford him but he's willing to work with everyone's budget. If your looking to lose weight and increase your flexibility he's the guy to go to :)"

$55

starting cost

Great Deal
5.0
from 11 reviews
5.0
(11)
  • 6 years in business
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
"Alan is my motivation .. He helped me achieve being the best I could be and doing my first competition in 2015 at the age of 45 now I am training with him for my second one for this June. Let him make your fitness dreams come true 👍💪💪"

$40

starting cost

5.0
from 2 reviews
5.0
(2)
"Coach Mike is extremely motivated, extremely involved and interactive in his training. Noticeable results in a short time."

$40

starting cost

4.8
from 6 reviews
4.8
(6)
  • 8 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
"He is an Excellent Coach. I enjoyed every single moment getting training by him"

$60

starting cost

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