Personal Trainer Staff

Why Hire A Personal Trainer?

When you hire a personal trainer, you are not just purchasing their physical presence and guidance through your workouts, but also their education, experience, knowledge and expertise with program development and design.

Our bodies have more than 200 bones, over 600 muscles and approximately 230 moveable and semi-moveable joints.
Let's face it, our bodies are extremely complex!
Personal trainers have been educated in these complexities and therefore, are uniquely qualified to help you achieve your physical fitness goals as safely and quickly as possible. In addition, Personal Trainers are continuously re-educating themselves to make sure they keep up to date with the latest and greatest fitness programs, exercises and techniques, while distinguishing between the fitness marketing hype.


David S.

David began his training 1985 under the three time undefeated Korean National Champion and former U.S. Olympic Coach, Grandmaster John Woong Chung. Training exclusively in Korean martial arts has given David the upper hand on less effective workouts which tend to hit plateaus. His strong belief in pushing the body and mind at the same time helps him create a specialized fat burning and body shaping training routine for each individual client. "If you follow the classical patterns, you are understanding the routine, the tradition, the shadow - you are not understanding yourself." (Bruce Lee)
David is a IFA Certifed Personal Trainer, Kukkiwon certified Black Belt in Taekwondo, and is currently registered as an AAU Competition team coach in Jacksonville, Florida. His belief that each person can attain new levels of fitness based on an initial Assessment, proper Conditioning, and daily graduating Exercises, makes David an excellent choice for anyone looking to improve on their current state of health.
"I believe that the body is a masterpiece of chemical circuits that needs to do its homework on a daily basis to achieve its optimum performance. Without constant testing of our physical limits, we fail to realize our full potential. A proper stretching and cool down to every training routine helps to prevent muscle and joint injury, keeping you training longer and harder to achieve your goals."