Meet Our Trainers

 

Hermiston

Personal Trainer

Tyler’s goal as a personal trainer is to build self confidence with in his clients and others with in the gym as well as provide and educational experience to all clients he works with and help to provide a lifestyle change.

Tyler has a B.S in Physical Activity and Health with a concentration on Exercise Science. He has been working as a personal trainer for the last 3 years and is First Aid/CPR/AED certified. Tyler also competed for 3 years as a collegiate sprinter. !

Personal Trainer

Meghan’s passion for personal training has stemmed from her desire to help others achieve there goals. She takes pride in helping people gain confidence not only in the gym but in every aspect of life. Meghan enjoys having the ability to help others live a healthier lifestyle by exercising and making better nutritional decisions.

Meghan is currently in the process of becoming a certified personal training while going to school for her bachelors in Business Management. With her already full schedule Meghan still like to find time to hunt, fish, camp and attend car shows.

Fitness Director

To help each individual reach the goal they set out to achieve while keeping workouts fun and informative. I want my clients to not only be in better physical condition but also more knowledgeable once they have worked with me.

Shawn has a B.A. in Health and Fitness Management from Concordia University in Portland Oregon. He has been involved in personal training as well as fitness director/fitness club management for the last 7 years. Shawn has been certified through AFAA, NASM CPT, NASM SPT and TRX and has worked with client goals ranging from general weight loss to sports performance training. He has competed in bodybuilding as well as powerlifting competitions and was a 4 year collegiate baseball athlete while attending Concordia University.!

Kennewick

Personal Trainer

Rick Regan is a physical training consultant who began coaching in 1964. Since that time he has trained high school, college and professional athletes as well as special operations personnel for both military and law enforcement organizations. His articles of training and conditioning have been published in American Football Monthly, Gridiron Strategies and The Tactical Edge.

Personal Trainer

50 year old mother of 4, Oma (grandma) of 3.

Because I seriously injured my knee when I was 16, exercise has been an important part of my life, which has included, walking, then jogging, weight lifting, and cycling. Then at 38, I had a significant weight gain, forcing me to make more changes. I changed the way I eat, and was introduced to Revolution style workouts. I was hooked on Rev from the very first session and have been sharing my love of this program ever since.

Through clean eating, doing Revolution sessions, jogging and cycling I have lost about 8% body fat, which for me translates to a loss of 38 pounds, and gain of great muscle tone and increased endurance.

Currently I am involved in the Boy Scout program assisting with the bicycling merit badge which culminates with a 50 mile bike ride (10 years), Girls on the Run (3 years), this is my second year doing timed rides with the Chinook Cycling Club, and I’m TRX certified. My other hobbies include: camping, hiking, quilting, knitting, gardening and playing with my grandkids.

Fitness is a lifestyle that improves your quality of life. When you feel good, you can do more.

Head Trainer

Laura looks at health and fitness with an eye toward longevity. She believes the combination of thoughtful exercise and proper nourishment can significantly enhance how we move through life. In her eyes, exercise is not a chore, but rather an opportunity to increase confidence and make you feel better. A strong interest in quality movement has led to her unique blend of natural movement and kettlebell exercise. If you are interested in moving better, getting stronger, and feeling great, Laura would love to help you reach your goals

Personal Trainer

I have been very active all of my life. I played Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball. I was never a small girl, but never fat either. I had a Athletic build. As I was raising my children I always did different workout videos, walked with friends, even joined a gym. They all were a phase that seemed to dwindle through time. As life got busier so did I. I became the best cheerleader on the sidelines and I was the best Taxi driver ever. I spent years focusing on my children and less on me. Even though I stayed active it was not as much. As my kids grew up, both now in college, I realized I needed more. I was asked once “What do you like to do?”. That question was hard for me to answer. As I thought about it more I realized I enjoyed and loved exercising. I started coming to Club24 a few years ago with my friends and loved it. I found that for me exercise helped me just as much mentally as it did physically. I started the classes a year ago and really focused on learning and strengthening my body. That was when I knew I wanted to motivate people the way the trainers motivated me. So now I get to motivate, teach, push, and learn every time I train. I love pushing and inspiring my class because I am one of you. I battle the weight, the food, the motivation, and the daily stress. I have a full time job and I train. When I am at the gym whether I am in class working out or training all my stress is gone. It has become one of my happy places!

North Richland

Personal Trainer

I graduated from Hanford high school in Richland WA. I played college softball at Colorado Mesa University and moved back home and I received my bachelors in Exercise Science Specializing in Clinical Physiology from Central Washington University in June of 2014. My passion for exercise derived from all the training I endured throughout the years from Athletics in high school all the way to the collegiate level. On my off time I am an assistant coach to the 18U Menace Northwest College exposure Softball team and do power lifting. I have a deep passion for helping others young and old learn to safely workout and improve themselves every day through nutrition and exercise. I believe that everyone is an athlete in their own way and has the potential to be great.

Pendleton

Personal Trainer

I graduated from Whitworth University, in May 2015, with a B.A. in Kinesiology and a minor in Coaching. I played football for all four years of my college career and worked extensively with the weights program in my final two years. Football led me to discover my passion for weight lifting and personal training allows me to help people find that same level of passion. Above all I believe that it is important for people to feel comfortable in the gym while they are working to improve their strength, health, and ultimately life, I want to help foster that sort of environment. Personal training allows me to help people discover just how beneficial working out and eating correctly can be for one’s life, and there is nothing more satisfying for me than helping individuals reach the best possible version of themselves. It is of the utmost importance that I help individuals to find their source of motivation and enjoyment at the gym and continue to offer the resources for continued success and results, not only physically but also on an emotional level.
If I am not in the gym then I can often be found doing activities such as hunting, fishing, or hiking. I enjoy really any activity that will take be outdoors. I also have plans to compete in several bodybuilding competitions come 2017, and continue to strive towards those goals each and every day.

Personal Trainer

My name is Sheri Towers and I am a Certified Personal Trainer through ISSA.It’s never to late to improve your health. With individualized training and proper technique, I am here to help you achieve results.My goal is to support and motivate you every step of your fitness journey. I enjoy helping people of all fitness levels become the best versions of themselves by creating a fun environment where you are challenged and feel accomplished after every workout.

Prosser

Personal Trainer

Hello! Growing up in the Tri-Cities provided me with many opportunities to be involved in various sports and activities all the way through high school. Since I had such an active upbringing, I knew early on that I wanted a career that would not only keep me active, but also give me the chance to help others. While attending college for Exercise Science and learning about the complexities of the human body, I realized that Personal Training was the route I wanted to take. I received my Personal Training Certificate from the International Sport Science Association in 2013 while I was living in Portland, OR with my Husband. While there, I started my own business that allowed me to go to my clients homes and design functional training programs that they could do with minimal equipment.

There is not a universal diet plan, exercise program, or lifestyle hack that works for everyone, which is why I feel that the most important thing a trainer can do is adapt to each person’s abilities, needs and desires. My goal as your Personal Trainer has two parts. The first is to teach you correct techniques and proper exercises that will help you surpass your goals. The second is to instill a sense of power, accomplishment and confidence in the choices you make both in and out of the gym.

Thank you for reading my bio. Feel free to contact me with any questions or to set up a meeting to discuss how I can best help you help yourself!

South Richland

Personal Trainer

Hi, I’m Tracy and have worked for club 24 for 3 years. I was never “a gym person”, until I turned 40. Not liking a photo of myself I decided I needed to lose some weight and be a better example for my children. I joined club 24 and in 6 months lost 30 lbs. I joined the training, and loved seeing the results. Now I am lucky enough to help members get stronger and see results, you will still see me in a session several times a week working out. Come in and give training a try, you too will enjoy the workout.

Head Trainer

Laura looks at health and fitness with an eye toward longevity. She believes the combination of thoughtful exercise and proper nourishment can significantly enhance how we move through life. In her eyes, exercise is not a chore, but rather an opportunity to increase confidence and make you feel better. A strong interest in quality movement has led to her unique blend of natural movement and kettlebell exercise. If you are interested in moving better, getting stronger, and feeling great, Laura would love to help you reach your goals

Personal Trainer

My name is Stephanie Stephens I have lived in West Richland for 12 years and I love it here. I discovered my love for fitness about 5 years ago when a girlfriend forced me to start running. After discovering how running quickly started transforming my body I was hooked. Two years ago I started the group training classes at the West Richland Club 24. I enjoyed the bond we have as a group keeping each other motivated and pushing each other to strive for more.
Last November I became a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and have enjoyed adding this personal training piece to my life and hope to bring my training skills to work with children.
If you would like to contact me directly please contact the West Richland Club 24 at 509-420-4606.

Personal Trainer

Rick Regan is a physical training consultant who began coaching in 1964. Since that time he has trained high school, college and professional athletes as well as special operations personnel for both military and law enforcement organizations. His articles of training and conditioning have been published in American Football Monthly, Gridiron Strategies and The Tactical Edge.

Personal Trainer

I am a physical education teacher and  track and cross country coach in the Kennewick school district.  I earned my Physical Education degree from Eastern Washington University.  I’ve been married to my high school sweetheart for 35 years and have 3 adult children and one new grandbaby.  I have been a trainer at Club 24 for about 3 years.  Around 4 years ago I was doing a fun run and won a 1 month membership to Club 24.   The group training sessions really helped to round out my fitness program by improving my core strength and flexibility. The training also helped me to work through and rehabilitate a serious shoulder injury.  I’m now able to do things I wasn’t sure I would ever be able to do again.   I really appreciate how good I feel when I’m working out and staying in shape.  With all that Club 24 has to offer, it’s a great place for me to stay fit!  I’ve enjoyed working out in classes with the members and also teaching sessions.  It’s been a lot of fun to work with the club members and see their improvements in strength, form, and confidence.

West Richland

Personal Trainer

Hello! Growing up in the Tri-Cities provided me with many opportunities to be involved in various sports and activities all the way through high school. Since I had such an active upbringing, I knew early on that I wanted a career that would not only keep me active, but also give me the chance to help others. While attending college for Exercise Science and learning about the complexities of the human body, I realized that Personal Training was the route I wanted to take. I received my Personal Training Certificate from the International Sport Science Association in 2013 while I was living in Portland, OR with my Husband. While there, I started my own business that allowed me to go to my clients homes and design functional training programs that they could do with minimal equipment.

There is not a universal diet plan, exercise program, or lifestyle hack that works for everyone, which is why I feel that the most important thing a trainer can do is adapt to each person’s abilities, needs and desires. My goal as your Personal Trainer has two parts. The first is to teach you correct techniques and proper exercises that will help you surpass your goals. The second is to instill a sense of power, accomplishment and confidence in the choices you make both in and out of the gym.

Thank you for reading my bio. Feel free to contact me with any questions or to set up a meeting to discuss how I can best help you help yourself!

Personal Trainer

Traci Hagins is a graduate of Washington State University with a BS in Food Science and Human Nutrition. She has been a dedicated employee of Club 24 since 2011 and manages the West Richland gym, in addition to her love for training our members. Traci is a certified personal trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association and is First Aid, CPR, AED qualified.

Traci is a wife and active mother of three boys who enjoys swimming, hiking, and outdoor adventures. She loves the ocean and has big plans to surf the waters of Hawaii! Traci’s goal as a fitness trainer is to motivate, inspire, and educate others about the benefits of exercising and living a healthy lifestyle.

Personal Trainer

My name is Stephanie Stephens I have lived in West Richland for 12 years and I love it here. I discovered my love for fitness about 5 years ago when a girlfriend forced me to start running. After discovering how running quickly started transforming my body I was hooked. Two years ago I started the group training classes at the West Richland Club 24. I enjoyed the bond we have as a group keeping each other motivated and pushing each other to strive for more.
Last November I became a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and have enjoyed adding this personal training piece to my life and hope to bring my training skills to work with children.
If you would like to contact me directly please contact the West Richland Club 24 at 509-420-4606.