Personal Training Staff
Mark Mckenna is a Certified Personal trainer focused on providing the highest quality individual and group personal training services. He’s a Certified Golf Fitness Instructor from the Titleist Performance Institute. Mark is an expert in weight loss, nutritional counseling, and total body circuit training. He also enjoys incorporating TRX, kettelbell, and plyometric training as well. With over 3 years experience and having conducted thousands of 1 on 1 personal training sessions, Mark has a proven track record of client satisfaction, retention and results. Mark is also a Nutrition and Exercise Consultant with Cenegenics Medical Institue where he customizes individual programs designed to meet patient’s age management goals through evaluation of specific diagnostics, lab panel and fitness results. Mark regularly conducts follow up consultations and responds to email questions regarding nutrition/exercise supplementation and nutraceuticals for a large, executive-level patient base.
To schedule an appointment with Mark, please email him at email@example.com
She is available for evaluations and questions and may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sean Norwood is an NSCA certified Personal Trainer. He also holds certifications including Kettle Concepts 1, Annette Lang Prenatal, and NASM Corrective Exercise. Sean focuses on helping people move better and is passionate about pursuing strength in the basic barbell lifts for himself and his clients. He believes that mastering the basics allows you to learn and execute advanced exercises more safely and effectively. With over 4 years of experience and a broad educational base, Sean is confident in designing a simple, efficient program for you that can achieve lasting results.
You can contact Sean at Sean.NorwoodPT@gmail.com
each individual but will always include the five essential components of fitness (flexibility, muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardio respiratory fitness and body composition). Ryan’s passion lies specifically in the study of myofascial release and mobility work. This passion has steered him towards the financial district where the client base is perfect for this work. Society has placed most in a position where they sit at a desk, travel, and/or type on a regular basis for work. This tends to rid one’s muscle memory of their posterior chain (backside) and therefore cause pain in areas such as the shoulders, lower back, hips, and/or knees. Myofascial release and mobility work are the necessary first step to succeed in any area of training. From there, the individualized program will provide results whether it is in the area of weight loss, toning, strength & power
training, flexibility, pain reduction, or sport specific goals.