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. Each along the way has brought their own specific and unique goals and each along the way has brightened our days with the love and connection they have with each other. As their trainer, Jeremy looks up to each of them in so many ways, not just for the work they do in the gym but for the connection they have with each other. Jeremy says he has learned more from this crew than they could ever learn from him and feels so lucky to help them with their fitness journey – whether it’s fighting sprained ankles or Parkinson’s disease.
Name: Eileen Trudeau
Length of time with Hyatt Training and date when you started: I started in 2013, three years now!
Goals when she started: Restoring flexibility, managing pain, building core strength after back injury; build repertoire of exercises to help me manage symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease
Goals today: Same as above. More specifically, work on balance, bilateral exercises, core strength, stamina
Biggest area of improvement: Increased confidence. Willingness to try new activities, like boxing!
Favorite thing about Hyatt Training: Jeremy is a great teacher and coach. He tunes in to what I need. He is encouraging and inspiring and supportive.
Proudest achievement or biggest accomplishment since you began working with Hyatt Training: Showing up week after week and mastering the Turkish Get-up.
Name: Nels Gabbert
Length of time with Hyatt Training and date when you started: 12 years, started in 2004.
Goals when he started: Cycling strengths.
Goals today: Flexibility, improved comfort with work on the farm and other activities.
Biggest area of improvement: Understanding of how the body systems work together.
Favorite thing about Hyatt Training: Variety in workouts and the ability to see how things in the gym transfer to things I do outside the gym.
Proudest achievement or biggest accomplishment since you began working with Hyatt Training: It’s become a family affair. Jeremy started working with my daughter 12 years ago, now works with me, my wife and my son.
Hyatt Training success stories feature our amazing clients and their inspiring achievements. If you’d like to participate (or know someone who should), email us at Go@HyattTraining.com.