We’re excited to welcome Emma Middlebrook to the Honest team! It doesn’t take long to be super impressed by Emma! Last weekend there was great turnout and amazing energy for the Trans Lifeline fundraiser at the Q Center that she organized. Emma is a natural connector & leader! Keep up with Emma on instagram @trainwithemma.
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We’re so excited to welcome Adam Brown as our newest instructor at Honest! Adam will be teaching evening classes at the studio starting this fall. We love his perspective on how fitness and being a part of a gym community fits into the bigger picture of whole-person wellbeing. And it sounds like Adam knows how to have fun…and host! Next Honest party is at Adam’s house! 😉
We’ve been so lucky to have Cate Wade in the Honest studio lately! Cate’s classes have been getting rave reviews from Honest clients – everyone mentions how fun she is! Catch Cate this coming Saturday morning for Strength & Conditioning.
We are happy to introduce a new Honest community member, coach Alex Melson. Alex has been a Sport Performance Trainer for five years. He will be using the Honest training studio for his business – specialized training with high school student athletes. We’re super excited to share the studio with Alex and introduce him to the rest of the Honest family!
We’re so excited to welcome new instructor, JQ Enriquez to Honest! JQ grew up playing soccer in an Olympic development program and went on to play Division I Soccer and Golf in college. After experiencing a career-ending injury, JQ refocused to help others succeed with their individual fitness goals – earning a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training & Exercise Physiology. JQ worked for the American Red Cross & Pasadena Health Department doing disaster relief & bioterrorism work, which led to earning a Masters of Nursing at UCLA.
You know those home improvement shows where the overly-happy people aggressively remove walls between rooms? Now, imagine if we did that at Honest Training. Nope, I have no desire for an open view of the bathroom but there are lessons from the spin studio that should defiantly be applied to circuit training. Focusing on just two key cycling components will make a big difference in the benefits you receive – in both rooms of the studio.