Trevor LaSarre 2017-11-14T13:34:43+00:00

Trevor LaSarre

I do not expect perfection and ask only for honest, consistent effort.

Hyatt Training Portland personal trainer Trevor LaSarre
Hyatt Training Portland personal trainer Trevor LaSarre

Hyatt Training Portland personal trainer Trevor LaSarre

Trevor LaSarre

Personal Trainer

Personality: Honest, direct and detail-oriented.

Certifications: Certified Personal Trainer (NASM) and Fitness Nutrition Specialist (NASM)

Education: Associate’s degree and early childhood education certification from McHenry County College in Crystal Lake, IL. Philosophy studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Proudest athletic achievements:

I competed in a local strongman competition, deadlifted 435 pounds at a bodyweight of 177 pounds and solo-trekked a portion of the Annapurna mountain range in sandals.

About me

I’ve been working as a personal trainer for 3 years. I started training at a commercial gym before I quickly transitioned to working independently at a Strength and Conditioning facility in Chicago. In November of 2016, I relocated to Portland and joined the Hyatt Training team. My ideal client has some degree of exercise experience and is either looking to maximize their results or has a specific obstacle (i.e. an injury or physical limitation) that they are struggling to overcome.

I was never fit, athletic, or strong when I was growing up. However, when I began to devote myself to physical training in my early 20s, I discovered that it had a tremendously positive impact on other aspects of my life. It was so transformative that I decided to dedicate myself to helping others experience similar results. I had one client put on 25 lbs of useful bodyweight and add 150 lbs to his deadlift in 9 months. I also had an 80-year-old client tell me that because our work together, she was able to put her shoes on without having to sit down in a chair. Both of these things are equally cool to me.

Specialties

I specialize in strength and performance training, injury prevention and post-rehab training. I am meticulous with my coaching and programming, and open and sincere in my interactions with my clients.

Philosophy

I do not expect perfection and ask only for honest, consistent effort. I believe that in training and in life, consistency and effort are the two most important variables. Beyond that, I believe that success in the gym is built on a foundation of quality movement and positive lifestyle habits. Work relentlessly to master the basics, and results will follow.

Outside the gym

I grew up in a small town in Illinois, about 65 miles northwest of Chicago and currently live on the Southeast side of Portland. In my spare time I read, hike, go to comedy clubs and practice mindfulness meditation.