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Personal Training

It's Always Personal

Our goal is to educate participants on how to exercise safely and effectively and achieve lifelong health and wellness. Certified trainers work with clients to develop an appropriate exercise program and closely supervise progress.


Whether a member is looking to gain muscle, improve cardiovascular fitness, manage weight, excel at a chosen sport, or learn more about proper techniques, our certified personal training professionals are always willing to help.


Benefits of Working
With a Trainer


An individualized fitness program specifically designed for you.


An efficient workout program with innovative ways to improve your health.


Improve strength, flexibility, endurance, posture, balance, and cardiovascular health.


Instruction on proper movement patterns, form, and technique.

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Certified Personal Trainers

All Campus Recreation trainers are certified through one of the following nationally accredited fitness organizations: National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), or American Council on Exercise (ACE).


Training Rates

Personal Training
Semi-Private Training
$432 / $18 per session
$342 / $19 per session
$240 / $20 per session
$189 / $21 per session
$132 / $22 per session
$69 / $23 per session
$24 / $24 per session

Fitness Assessments


Comprehensive Fitness Appraisal

Before beginning an exercise program, a Comprehensive Fitness Appraisal (MicroFit® Complete Fitness & Wellness Profile) will be conducted to provide a baseline of your current fitness level. The results of these tests, along with the development of personal fitness goals, will help us design a safe, effective and individualized fitness program for you.


Body Composition 

This assessment determines the percentage of body fat by measuring skinfold thickness. This measurement is taken via a 7-site skinfold (that is gender-specific) in order to measure the subcutaneous fat (below the skin) in the body. Multiple sites are analyzed given the variability in fat distribution from site-to-site and person-to-person. 



BIA is a method of determining body composition by passing a small electrical current through the body and measuring the impedance or resistance to the current flow. A BIA (Tanita) scale is used to estimate your weight, body fat percentage, body mass index, fat mass, fat-free mass, basal metabolic rate, total body water, and hydration level. 


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Become a Trainer

Become a Trainer

Tiger Training

DIY Workout Plans

  • Four weeks

  • Three training days per week

  • Workouts range from 40 minutes to one hour.

  • Focus is on hypertrophy strength training

  • Plan was built with our currently facility equipment in mind

  • Daily warm up and stretch routines to start every workout


Contact Personal Training


Laure Butcher, Assistant Director

Brandon Crisfasi, Coordinator
Personal Training / Small Group Training
Campus Recreation
601 Heisman Drive, Auburn, AL 36849 
Phone: 334-844-0117

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