PTA, CPT, Strength coach, Strongman competitor, powerlifting state record holder AND U.S.P.A. POWERLIFTING COACH
-U.S.P.A. OFFICIAL POWERLIFTING COACH CERTIFIED
-10+ YEARS PERSONAL TRAINING EXPERIENCE
-HOLDS several u.p.a. and uspa WASHINGTON STATE POWER LIFTING RECORDS
-15+ YEARS weight training experience
No joining or consultation fees, $40 per session
session length 45-60 minutes
online coaching and programing available
Welcome to the muscle shack. My name is Greg, I'll be your trainer. I offer a decade of experience helping individuals from diverse demographics and physical abilities achieve a wide variety of goals, ranging from losing weight, increasing strength and fitness, and competing on stage, all the way to walking unassisted for the first time. Being able to work with multiple personalities and fitness goals has shaped me into a very supportive and compassionate instructor. I look forward to working with you, and training towards your fitness goals. Please contact me today to set up a 1 on 1 consultation.
Limited slots available
Call or text anytime: 509 301 8076
get personalized online and contact coaching here:
"Personal training has absolutely been the best thing I’ve ever done for myself, and I’m so lucky Greg has been there to teach, inspire, and encourage me. I began training with Greg at the Muscle Shack five years ago and a week doesn’t go by that I don’t have an occasion to think, “Well, I wouldn’t have been able to do that without the gym!” Now in my late 50’s, I am the strongest I’ve ever been, and I’m thrilled to discover that weakness is not an inherent part of aging. Greg knows exactly what I’m capable of doing and customizes my workouts so they are always very challenging, productive, safe, and “fun.” His enthusiasm for power lifting and strongman sports is super contagious and I really enjoy the crossover of training activities. He always has something new for me to learn and a new goal to accomplish. When I was nervous about getting started five years ago, Greg told me, “All you have to do is keep showing up.” Seriously, best advice ever."