It’s been months since you’ve enjoyed time at the gym. Ready to get back on track? Join certified personal trainer Stephanie Hall for a six week small group class via Zoom. She’ll help you recover lost ground while you’ve been away from Green Ridge. You’ll work to rebuild strength, flexibility, balance/stability, and cardiovascular health in the comfort of your own home, office, or even outside. Sessions are 60-minutes and take place twice a week. Members and returning participants get 5% off. Non-members are allowed one free day per week to use the center.
|Individual Training||$50/session for 1-hour or $30/session half-hour|
|Ten, 1-hour Sessions||$470|
|Twenty, 1-hour Sessions||$880|
|Small Group (2-3 people)||Rates|
|Five, 1-hour sessions||$150/person|
|Ten, 1-hour Sessions||$290/person|
Stephanie Hall, NASM - I am certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a personal trainer and through AAAI in Total Body Strength Training, HIIT, and Group Fitness Instruction. I have a background in dance and teach several group classes at Green Ridge including HIIT, Latin Groove, and Bootcamp.
I appreciate a wide variety in my own workouts and enjoy helping others learn to incorporate multiple facets of exercise to create a well rounded program. From dance to strength training, machines to free weights, we can work together to make an effective, challenging, and fun program that will keep you motivated.
Lyndze Goad Thomas, NASM - Most of my life has revolved around athletics. Soccer was a huge part of my life growing up, along with many other sports. As I got older, I became more passionate about always maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Which meant staying consistent in the gym and eating healthy.
During my second pregnancy I gained a lot of weight and was determined to get my body back to wear I wanted it. I hired a personal trainer at and learned so much more than I already knew, and it really fueled my fire for the love of personal training.
I am now a certified trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and extremely excited to help others reach their fitness goals.
Matthew Hall, Level 1 Trainer, CrossFit - I am an athlete, coach and trainer in the Roanoke Valley with several years of high-level CrossFit experience and coaching. In high school, I wrestled at Lord Botetourt before injuring my knee freshman year in college. After graduating from Radford University with a Bachelor’s of Social Work, I coached wrestling in the valley for 11 years, primarily at the high school level. I have competed and placed in several adaptive CrossFit competitions and I am a part of Uncle Sam’s Highlanders - an adaptive/able demo team for the Highland Games. In 2018, I competed in the Disabled Strongman at The Arnold Classic and will begin a Paralympic Shot and Discus bid in the summer of 2018. In order to achieve success in multiple sports, a broad and open approach to training is necessary. I utilize multiple training methods to tailor programming to the specific needs of an athlete, focusing on realistic time lines and progress towards identified goals.
Skylar Sargent, NASM - Growing up I enjoyed every sports team I possibly could. My passion for athletics transformed into a passion for living and overall healthy lifestyle. I love the positive effects exercise has on my own physical and psychological well-being. As a personal trainer I am driven to share my enthusiasm and help my clients achieve their goals through positive motivation and hard work. I am dedicated to lifelong learning as I empower my clients with support, knowledge and skills. As a team we will help each other reach our full potential!
Megan Cooke, ACE - Athletics and fitness have played a significant role within my life. I played tennis throughout my high school career and continued my athletics in rugby at Carolina. I currently play volleyball at Spectrum Sports Center in Roanoke. Understanding the role that both nutrition and fitness have in sports performance pushed me into the gym. Fitness has allowed me to find mental peace, strength, and confidence in my life. Through the growth within myself,
I fell in love with weight training and exercise.I am now a Certified Personal Trainer through ACE with a specialization in Sports Performance. I teach HIIT style classes, in addition to group and individual training. I am also currently obtaining my Masters in Public Health-Nutrition from Liberty University.We all have individualized reasons for turning to fitness, whether that be to improve sports performance, to gain empowerment in strength, to look and feel better, or to reduce health risks. My philosophy focuses on a well-rounded relationship between my clients and fitness, where they find happiness and peace. I work hard with my clients to create a plan based specifically on their wants, needs, likes, and dislikes to create an internal desire to keep coming back. I make it my goal to create a training environment for my clients that motivates them to pursue the current challenge and empowers them to keep challenging themselves in a fun and rewarding way.