When Terry started training, the whole fitness world was a mystery to her, but she was eager and ready to learn. Since then, she has been an absolutely consistent client, and always tries everything her personal trainer Erin Seekins throws at her without hesitation. Her smile and attitude are an infectious presence in the gym, and she inspires everyone around her. She is a living example that it’s never too late to start!
Summer started personal training sessions at Hyatt Training last July to help rehab from a car accident. Since then, she has met every obstacle that has come her way with an enthusiasm and willingness to work that is unrivaled. These qualities coupled with her effervescent personality and contagious smile have defined each of Summer’s sessions. With her wedding just around the corner, she’s ready to walk down the aisle looking and feeling her best!
13 months ago, Michael joined the Hyatt Training community with little exercise experience and a shoulder injury. Meeting with his trainer has helped him improve his shoulder and lower back health, exercise adherence, and overall wellness. His positivity has not only aided in the quality of his exercise, but it has allowed him to truly love the process.
When Margie first began her training sessions she was relatively new to regular exercise and admittedly a little intimidated by the process. Her main goals were simple and straight-forward so the real challenge was in creating the space in her life to engage in a more active lifestyle, on top of committing to her new personal training regimen. Over the last year and a half Margie has worked consistently and diligently, attending regular training sessions, adding in water aerobics and walking multiple times a week to supplement her strength training. Since that first session her posture and confidence have transformed as have her strength and flexibility. Between all of that and her ability to quote classic musicals, Margie is an absolute joy to work with and continues to work hard towards her new goals.
When Dan started with personal trainer Erin Seekins, he had couple very generalized goals. Since then he has become a goal setting and crushing machine. He knows his work is never finished, utilizes all of the tools available to him, and shows up at the gym on a consistent basis, always with a desire to grow and learn.
Between her career, her family, and continuing her education, Jody Maxwell has every right to say that she’s “too busy” to make her health and fitness a priority. Fortunately, that’s not her style. From her workouts in the gym to making healthier nutrition and lifestyle choices at home, Jody is always willing to show up and do what needs to be done. Moreover, she does it with a smile and a warm personality that makes her a joy to have around the studio.
Julie has been one of Jeremy’s most consistent clients over the past few years. She absolutely realizes the importance of activity in her life and makes a priority of not only her training sessions but the “homework” in between. In return, Julie has made great strides in her running – both pace and distance – and been able to continue a very active and healthy lifestyle through life’s curveballs along the way.
It’s hard to explain, really, how important this family is to Hyatt Training. Jeremy started working with the Gabberts back in the early 2000’s when their daughter was struggling with persistent ankle injuries as a high school soccer player. Since then, he’s had the chance to work with everyone in the family; Nels, Eileen, Owen and Corina.
We couldn’t be prouder of Portland personal trainer Erin Seekins! She’s whole-heartedly committed to obstacle course racing and earned a Spartan coin at her race on August 6. This means she qualified for the 2016 Reebok Spartan Race World Championships in Lake Tahoe on October 1-2, 2016.
Matt Feldmar is one of those guys that you look forward to seeing everyday. He has this smile, this laugh and this way of being into it but without taking things too seriously. We think that’s why people love working out with the guy – he’s up for anything and will make it more fun. For Matt, Ironman is a way of life.