Whether you are an elite athlete, a novice exerciser, or somewhere in-between, Y Personal Fitness Training can benefit you in ways you’ve never thought about.
A YMCA Personal Fitness Trainer can help you take your workouts or sports to a new level in a safe and structured manner.
Download a Personal Fitness Training Brochure: PFT-Sport Spec JAN 2017
Personal Fitness Training Options
One-on-one weight training sessions designed to help you achieve your fitness goals. Fitness assessments/evaluations are included. Available in eight 30-minute or six 60-minute packages.
Single Training Sessions
Single (one-on-one) training sessions are available in 30, 60 and 90 minute sessions. Fitness assessments/evaluations are included.
Group Personal FitnessTraining
Team up with your friends and enjoy the benefits (and fun!) of personal fitness training in a goup. Your trainer will meet with you as a group, assess your goals and prescribe cardio and weight training to fit your needs.
Y Family Group Personal Fitness Training
For immediate family members. Get stronger, fitter and healthier as a couple or a family and have fun doing it! Appropriate for youth ages 10+ with parent/guardian. Physical assessments are included.
Y Aquatic Fitness Training
Whether you’re training for an event like a triathlon or simply trying to improve on your strokes, breathing, flip turns and all of those other skills that will make your workout more efficient, this program is for you.
Y Fitness Evaluation
Measurable cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility assesments give us some direction on how to help you proceed with your personal training program.
Y Body Fat Analysis
The Y 7-site skin fold analysis is used to provide you with an overall body fat percentage.
Y Personal Fitness Training Consultation
Complimentary for Y members, a meeting with a Personal Fitness Trainer will help you assess your fitness goals and give you a place to start your new fitness plan.
WHAT’S YOUR SPORT?
SPORT SPECIFIC TRAINING
Golf, basketball, baseball/softball, hockey, soccer, football, volleyball and more. For youth and adults. Enhance speed, agility, strength, balance, coordination, endurance, flexibility and skills. Your trainer can work with you individually or in a group.
Trainer: Sonia Kraft
Next Clinic: TBA
Speed Training for Young Athletes
This program is appropriate for competitive and recreational athletes age 10 and up in any sport. Designed to inform, educate and motivate young athletes to reach new levels in their training, the course includes: warm up, balance, core joint and strength, plyometric, agility, speed and quickness, and sprint conditioning.
Trainer: Sonia Kraft
Next Clinic: TBA
Meet Our Trainers
Dani has been in love with fitness since she was a child, playing a variety of sports from baseball to karate. Her love of fitness still runs strong and has inspired her to help others with their fitness goals in life. She coaches girls volleyball and basketball along with personal training a variety of clientele including people just beginning their fitness journey to athletes wanting to condition for a sport. She has been at the Y since 2002, working in the fitness center, teaching group exercise, and personal fitness training. Dani has held her personal training certificate with ISSA since 2007 and has her B.S. in Exercise Science with a Minor in Athletic Coaching from UND.
Sonia grew up in Ardoch, ND where she participated in high school basketball, volleyball and track. She played both volleyball and basketball during her college years at UMC and Mayville State University. All American honors in basketball at both universities. Sonia has her Bachelor of Science degree with minors in coaching, health and early childhood. Sonia is married and has two boys. They live a very active life. She is very passionate about health and wellness and just plain loves working out. She would like people to think of working out as a part of their everyday lifestyle. Sonia is certified through NETA. As a trainer she is here to motivate and help in any way she can. Variety is key to success and having fun. “Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going” – Jim Ryan
Michael Bonewell, Fitness Center Coordinator
Michael is a graduate of UND with a B.S. Degree majoring in Physical Education, Exercise Science & Wellness and a minor in Coaching. He interned with the UND Basketball, Volleyball, Football, Track & Field and Softball teams for three years and aslo has a background in Olympic Weight Lifting and working with collegiate athletes. Mike has worked with other YMCAs working with youth camps and adult activities. He holds a Personal Trainer certification through NETA, a LIVESTRONG at the YMCA Instructor certification, SilverSneakers certifications, and current CPR & First Aid. Mike played for the men’s Rugby team at UND and still plays with a local league. He also teaches sport specific training at the Y, incluing Golf Performance and others. Mike is married to Kayla Bonewell.
Patti Reslock-McEnroe, Healthy Living Director
Patti began her work at the Y in 1979 as a swimming instructor and became active in triathlons, cycle races and masters swim meets. In 1986, Patti started teaching group fitness classes and was Group Fitness Coordinator from 1990 – 2012. Patti has been ACE (American Council on Exercise) Certified since 1989, and is a master member of IDEA Health and Fitness Association. She participated in many sports growing up including 2 years of Jr. College Basketball. Patti has been certified in many group exercise formats, including: Pilates, Kickboxing, Group Cycling, BOSU Integrated Balance Training, Personal Training, Drums Alive, Silver Sneakers Programs, and YMCA of the USA Certifications: YMCA Foundations of Group Exercise, Healthy Lifestyle Principals and LIVESTRONG at the YMCA. Patti is currently the Y Healthy Living Director, LIVESTRONG at the YMCA Project Manager, and National Diabetes Prevention Program Lifestyle Coach. She is married to Tom McEnroe and they have two lively Red Labrador Retrievers, Daisy and Rowdie.
Theresa has had a lifelong passion for fitness and enjoys bringing that to others. She works with a variety of individuals who are starting their fitness journey as well as those who are wanting to advance their training. Theresa holds a Bachelor of Science and Master’s Degree from the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND. She is an ACE Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and is also certified in kettlebell training through NETA. Theresa recently completed her Lifestyle Coach training certification with the CDC’s National Diabetes Prevention program.
Harold became involved with the Y as a volunteer and an advocate for healthy living. He enjoys helping our Y members with their workouts and takes a genuine interest in people. He was our YMCA Voluneer of the Year in 2013 and continues to help out any way he can. A Certified Personal Trainer through AFAA and a LIVESTRONG at the YMCA Certified Instructor, Harold spends much of his time working one-on-one with our members. Harold enjoys “helping the Y be the best it can be so that our members can be the best they can be.” Harold is a Veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and resides in Grand Forks, ND where he was raised.
For more detailed information, fees for service, or to schedule an appointment, please contact Patti McEnroe, Healthy Living Director or a Y Member Service Representative, at 701-775-2586 or click here .