Certified trainer Marty Ozaeta isn’t one to yell in your face, though he might send you a motivational email to pump you up for a forthcoming class. His uplifting attitude permeates Velocity Performance Training Health & Human Performance Center, a supportive environment where athletes of all ages and skill levels come to build a better body. To help clients reach their goals, the center provides a variety of services including personal training, athlete performance programs, yoga classes, rehabilitation, boot camps, and nutritional guidance. In addition, Marty has put together his own 95-page abdominal-workout program, which sculpts the midsection without the use of a single crunch or stonemason.
Kathleen Kane sees the pursuit of fitness as an endless journey marked by constant striving for an ideal. She named her fitness enterprise after ?kaizen,? a Japanese word meaning ?continual improvement.? Kathleen and her fellow trainers help students strive for that ideal through personal training and sweat-soaked group boot-camp sessions. A student of sports psychology, Kathleen pays special attention to positive encouragement and can offer brief pep talks through phone calls, emails, or a cheerleading squad sent to your front yard. The fitness fiends at Kaizen also offer sports-specific training as well as motocross-specific training.