Fitness, Wellness & Personal Training

Our fitness programs at Pittsburg State University provide a safe and convenient environment where one can begin, maintain and improve their level of physical fitness. Our goal is to educate our participants on how to exercise safely and effectively to achieve lifelong fitness.  Participants of all skill levels are encouraged to participate.
Services
  • Body Composition Test
  • Fitness Assessment
  • One-on-One Training
  • Small Group Training
  • 4 & 8 Week Training Programs
Test that measures the body's relative amount of Fat Mass to Fat-Free Mass.
Discover your body fat percentage, BMR, Fat Mass, and  Fat-Free-Mass.

Fee: $5
This is a one-time consultation with a Personal Trainer. During this time you will discuss your goals, perform a fitness assessment, receive an orientation of the recreation facility, and discuss a proper workout routine.

Fee: $10

Direct, individualized training with personal trainer. Personal trainer will offer programming, motivation and guidance. Body composition and fitness assessment are included.

Students & SRC Members    
3 Sessions - $30
6 Sessions - $50
12 Sessions - $100

 

Non-Members
3 Sessions - $90
6 Sessions - $150
12 Sessions - $300

 

Trainer-client ratio: 1:2-3
Allows a Personal Trainer to work with more people at once and provides a cost-effective way for individuals to experience the benefits of exercise with their friends!

(price per client)
                    
Students & SRC Members
5 Sessions - $40
10 Sessions - $60

Non-Members
5 Sessions - $80
10 Sessions - $120

4 Week Includes:
  • A template comprised of a general workout plan for 4 weeks based on your interests and goals.
  • A word document on the breakdown of the exercises (what muscle groups they are working, details on how to perform them, proper form, etc).
  • A pre- and post- fitness assessment, complimentary.
  • Fee: $40

8 Week Includes:
  • A template composed of an individualized workout program for 8 weeks tailored to your wants, needs, goals, limitations, etc.
  • A word document on the breakdown of the exercises (what muscle groups they are working, details on how to perform them, proper form, etc).
  • A pre- mid- and post- fitness assessment including a BodPod pre- and post-, complimentary.
  • Will have contact with the trainer responsible for designing the program, if necessary.
  • Fee: $100
Meet the Trainers
  • Lydia
  • Lane
  • Damon
  • Lauren
  • Teale
  • Creighton

lydia 

Major: Physical Education Minor: Strength & Conditioning

Instructional Programs: Morning Rush

Certifications: First Aid/CPR

Bio: I enjoy pushing people to meet their goals, so personal training is very rewarding to me. I plan to teach PE and coach track and/or cheerleading after college. During my summers off I would like to continue my training career. 

Lane 

Major: Exercise Science 

Emphasis: Strength & Conditioning

Certification: First Aid/CPR, CSCS

Bio: After playing football at Fort Scott Community College, I found my passion in strength and conditioning. My future plans include overseeing a strength and conditioning program at a university. 
"Move better. Look better. Feel better."

Major: Exercise Science

Certifications: First Aid/CPR

Bio: Working out is a true passion of mine! I am a very competitive individual and my personal desire and competitiveness go hand in hand when helping me achieve goals and help others. I would like to own a gym one day!

damon

Major: Exercise Science

Certifications: First Aid/CPR

Bio: I've always loved incorporating fitness into my life. I hope to encourage others to reach their health and fitness goals while also teaching them to enjoy the process!

lauren

teale 

Major: Exercise Science

Certifications: First Aid/CPR

Bio: In the future I hope to become a Physical Therapist. I would love to travel with my job with a baseball or football team to help them recover from sports-related injuries! I love getting to know people and their fitness journey. My favorite part about my fitness journey is that it’s okay to mess up sometimes like eating a second piece of cake but the most important part is just getting back on track! 

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Major: Exercise Science
Certification: First Aid/ CPR
Bio: Growing up I wasn't the most talented kid when it came to fitness or athletics, but I had passion and the drive to be better. That passion, along with, being an athlete from the age of five until now is why I believe personal training is something that benefits myself and my clients. Everyone has that drive and determination, sometimes you just need the extra push or hype man to help you along the way. 


Coordinator
Personal Training & Group Fitness

Campus Recreation
214 Student Receration Center

(620) 235-4983

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