Trainers

Alex Cushman

Growing up in a family that valued fitness as a lifestyle, I naturally took to athletic pursuits. My passion for running carried me through college; while pursuing a degree in Exercise Science, I ran Cross Country and Track for The University of Indianapolis. As team captain and a four-time All-Conference athlete, I gained experience in exercise programming and developed a strong motivational skill set that helps me impart a passion for training.

 

Chrissy Pientok

Chrissy began her fitness career teaching fitness classes after completing a fitness exercise course and mentoring program through UW-Madison's Division of Recreational Sports. After teaching several different class formats, she decided to expand her fitness depth by working with clients on a one-on-one basis.  She has also held other positions through UW’s Rec Sports that focus on mentoring future fitness professionals. She endorses fitness programs that promote continuing education for all levels of fitness professionals.

Matt Fish

Matt specializes in rehab, injury prevention and biomechanics.  Matt’s primary motivation as a trainer/body worker is getting the opportunity to help people who are in pain. Most clients seem to notice a decrease in pain and increase in function even after the first session.

Matt is extremely skilled at applying classical physics to achieve better results from training and rehab.  When he is not training clients he can be found teaching in the Massage Therapy program at Madison College. 

 

Pete Brown

 Pete brings a unique background and perspective to personal training. He has a degree in both Exercise Science and Psychology. He holds a mastery level certification through the Resistance Training Specialist Program and is a part-time instructor at Madison College.

 

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