At Body Shop Fitness, our mission is to maintain a reputation of superior personal service with credibility, integrity, and 100% dedication. Creating and maintaining a strong, healthy body is central to our fitness goals, but we also desire to inspire others to a healthful lifestyle. We hope that by example, we can encourage others to be more fit in body and soul.
We will provide a clean atmosphere with an upscale, odor free, enjoyable environment conducive to giving professional, trusting service with brand new state-of-the-art equipment including: Legend, Concept, Troy, SportsArt, Life Fitness, Stair Master, etc.
In addition to state-of-the-art equipment, we offer customized personal training for everyone from beginners to those at the competition level. All of our trainers are certified personal trainers, and have all competed in the areas that they train in. Our services include but are not limited to:
- Customized personal training programs for every fitness level
- Nutritional assessments for healthy lifestyles and competition
- Supplement product options for the general public, lifestyle change requests and competition preparation
- Group training sessions available 6 days a week
Brian and Wendy Gardner are both competitive sports enthusiasts and fitness experts who are passionate about living a healthy and fit lifestyle. Together they started Body Shop Fitness in 2009 and have seen the family fun environment grow into a well-respected center for personal fitness, sports fitness, and overall wellness training. In 2013 Brian and Wendy saw their dream grow as the gym expanded to its own building offering more classrooms and exercise space including the addition of an after school care program as well as a smoothie bar and more great benefits for their customers.
In May 2013, Brian and Wendy performed on America’s Got Talent as part of the Christian strength team Omega Force. Omega Force performs exhibitions of power, strength, speed, inspiration and motivation while utilizing feats of strength to communicate positive messages to spectators in churches, civic events and sometimes prisons. Their involvement led them to compete in Strongman events as encouraged by the group leader, Randy Richey.