Our approach to your fitness
The model for Central Athlete is simple: prioritize achieving concrete, measurable results while attuning to the individual client. We have worked with more than 1,000 clients and have become pioneers for On-Site Training and Remote Coaching.
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ON SITE TRAINING
On-Site Training with Central Athlete is the best and can be the most efficient way to meet your health and fitness goals. Whether you want to take your athletic performance to the next level, or s...Learn more
The Benefits Of Central Athlete Coaching, Everywhere You Go! The Central Athlete Remote Coaching Program is the most effective way to meet your fitness goals. Whether you are an elite athlete loo...Learn more
Hear from our members
At Central Athlete, we take the best of personal training, the smartest fitness program design, and the fun of the fitness gym environment and put it under one roof. Hear what some of our members have to say about their experience.
When looking for a new gym, there are a few things that need to be taken into consideration. Not only do you want to make sure that your investment pays off by moving towards the goals YOU want, bu...Full Story
In March of 2018, Charles Fry was in a serious motocross accident that left him in the ICU for five days. After attempting a maneuver known as an “endo”—short for “end-over-end”—Charles landed on h...Full Story
David Cotton is a husband and father of two college children and has served in the U.S. Air Force for almost 30 years. He now lives in Iowa and works as the Strategic Security Advisor for a cyberse...Full Story
You Are What You THINK
- Aug 14, 2019
This week's blog is a guest post from our summer marketing intern, Jenna Gooch! “If you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right” “I can’t do a pull-up, so why would I even try?” “I can’...
The Four Benefits of Conscious Breathing
- Jul 25, 2019
On average, you will take around 16 breaths per minute. This means you will take 23,040 breaths just today and 8,409,600 breaths this year. Out of all those breaths, how many can you remember takin...
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Whether your aim is to lose that stubborn body fat, improve your diet, train for a marathon, or just feel better in your day-to-day life, we can help! If you're still unsure or have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out.
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