In Person or Virtual, 1-on-1 Training is the fastest way to level up your technique and hit your goals!
1-on-1 Personal Training is a fantastic way to improve your exercise routine, learn proper technique, and get motivated!
Step 1! Decide if you’ll do In Person or Virtual Training Sessions…
Step 2! Take the Program Quiz to find out which program is right for you & I’ll get back with you soon!
Each session is 1 hour in length and can be scheduled at whatever frequency you want (recommended 2-3x/week)
Each session is tailored to your specific goals, whatever that may be… building technique, health improvement, weight management, muscle gain, sport specific goals, & more!
Whether you’ve never touched a weight before or you’re a seasoned exerciser, personal training is for you! No matter where you are in your fitness journey, personal training can help you move better, feel stronger, and fuel you to crush your fitness goals!
What type of Training Session do you want?
Katie is exclusively available at the Sweat Shop Gym in Livingston, TX and the first step toward In Person Training is becoming a member!
The Sweat Shop has been voted the best gym in Polk County.
It is a 24 hour access facility that features a large cardio floor, weight room, functional fitness room, and group exercise room equipped with Les Mills+ and MyZone. The Sweat Shop is also a DEKA affiliate gym and regularly hosts DEKA events.
*Clients must be members of Sweat Shop to redeem In Person sessions
141 Pan American Dr. Livingston, TX 77351
To learn more about membership, amenities, & current deals
Email the Sweat Shop at email@example.com or
Call at (936) 328-4643
This type of personal training is done over a Google Meet call in your home gym!
This is perfect for a detailed technique check or your regular ole’ workouts!
The first step toward 1-on-1 Virtual Training is building a Home Gym. There’s a bunch of different equipment you could get, but how do you know what you need?
I have a YouTube series about building my home gym on a budget, watch it here!
Here’s a free guide on how to get your Home Gym started and ready for Virtual Training!
Decide where your home gym will be, how much you can spend on equipment to start out, and how much you can invest as it grows.
Decide what types of equipment you need to start out, here’s a quick list of some starter suggestions…
3 sets of Dumbbells / Light 3-5#, Medium 8-12#, & Heavy 15-20#
1-2 Kettlebells / Light 10-15#, Heavy 20-25#
Resistance Tubing with Handles
Looped Resistance Bands
Stability Ball / 55-65cm
Make sure you have a good computer, webcam, lighting, and a solid internet connection for a great session!