Regardless of whether you want to lose weight, tone up, build muscle, prepare for a race, or gain strength after an injury, we can help you be successful. This training offers you personalized exercise training that covers these areas:

  • Strength training
  • Cardiovascular conditioning
  • Flexibility
  • Core stability
  • Post-rehab training
  • Pilates reformer
  • Diet & nutrition

How Long is Each Session?

Each training session is 60 minutes and includes strength, cardio, flexibility, or a combination depending on your needs. If you are not sure if personal training is for you or just need your questions answered, come in for a complimentary consultation.

Schedule a complimentary consultation.

Personal Training Sessions Costs

Sessions Cost U of U Employee/Patient Discount
Start-up package
(first-timers only 3-pack)
$99 N/A
Single Session $58 $48
6 pack $336 $276
12 pack $648 $528
Semi-Private 6-pack $180 per person N/A

If you and your spouse or friend would like to train together, we can accommodate your needs. This is a great way to share the fun and the cost.

We are unable to provide refunds for unused sessions in a package.


Ryan Canon is a trainer at the University of Utah. He has taught triathlon and fitness classes for the past three years. He has finished two Ironman and competed the Wasatch 100. Ryan is certified with USAT and AFI and has been coaching and personal training for the past four years helping people of all ages and skills levels to accomplish great results.

Ryan J Cannon
USAT Triathlon Certified
AFI American Fitness Institute Certified
Pilates Reformer Instructor
email ryan

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