Personal Training in Corvallis at Timberhill Athletic Club
Personal training gives you the opportunity to exercise in a one-on-one, or in a small group environment with a fitness professional that understands your fitness goals. After assessing your needs, your trainer will design a fitness plan just for you and safely coach you through effective exercise sessions.
Whether you want to lose weight, heal an injury or compete in a sporting event, our personal trainers can help you. All of our personal trainers are experienced, educated and certified by accredited sports and fitness organizations. At Timberhill Athletic Club you’ll receive highly-qualified instruction from professionals committed to your fitness.
Personal Training Orientations
With your new membership you receive one free orientation with a personal trainer. Based on your goals, our fitness staff will help you get started with proper techniques on our cardio and weight equipment.
Personal Training Services
Individual Personal Training
FREE initial consultation
1 x 30 min. $35/session
4 x 30 min $132 ($33/session)
8 x 30 min. $248 ($31/session)
12 x 30 min. $348 ($29/session)
20 x 30 min. $500 ($25/session)
1 x 60 min. $65/session
4 x 60 min $252 ($63/session)
8 x 60 min. $488 ($61/session)
12 x 60 min. $696 ($58/session)
20 x 60 min. $1,100 ($55/session)
Small Group Personal Training (2-3 Persons)
A fun way to train with your friends or significant other!
1 x 60 min $80-120 ($40/person)
4 x 60 min. $304-456 ($38/person)
8 x 60 min. $560-840 ($35/person)
12 x 60 min. $720-1080 ($30/person)
Hybrid Personal Training Services
Hybrid Personal Training
Personal Training Meets Online Training
With Free Initial Consultation
Regular training sessions with your trainer for checkups while having access to your own app for individualized workouts and remote coaching.
One Month Program
|Weekly 60 min. Sessions – $319 (4/Month)|
|Bi-Weekly 60 min. Sessions – $201 (2/Month)|
|Monthly 60 min. Sessions – $140 (1/Month)|
Three Month Program
|Weekly 60 min. Sessions – $909 (4/Month)|
|Bi-Weekly 60 min. Sessions – $579 (2/Month)|
|Monthly 60 min. Sessions – $420 (1/Month)|
|*Quarterly 60 min. Sessions – $290 (1/ Three Months)|
Six Month Program
|Weekly 60 min. Sessions – $1770 (4/Month)|
|Bi-Weekly 60 min. Sessions – $1134 (2/Month)|
|Monthly 60 min. Sessions – $840 (1/Month)|
JR Prieto-Romero, CSCS
JR Prieto-Romero, CSCS
I have dedicated the last decade of my life to become the best trainer and person I could be. I graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in Exercise and Sports Science. I have been the head trainer and coach at G3 Sports and Fitness and a CrossFit Box for the last few years. I have worked with a diverse population from youth athletes working on the fundaments of movement science, athletes looking to enhance their performance to the next level and prepare for college, adults looking to recondition their body from a long hiatus or build a healthy and strong foundation, and seniors looking to improve their functional capacity. As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, I am the go-to trainer for getting bigger, stronger, and faster across the entire spectrum. When I am not training, I am working on myself and other projects that could help me improve. I enjoy training, reading, learning, and doing anything that challenges me physically and mentally.
Available For Training on Request
B.S. Exercise and Sport Science (B.S. EXSS)
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS)
Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM-PES)
Certified Personal Training (NSCA-CPT)
Kinetic Integration Exercise Professional (KIEP)
CrossFit Level 1
Fitness Director, Personal Trainer » Fitness@timberhillsports.com
Director of Fitness Operations. A.C.S.M., A.C.E. certified. Personal Trainer over 20 years experience with 30 plus years in the Fitness industry. Steve specializes in cardiac, back, and shoulder rehab. He is excellent with athletic performance and event training for marathons, hiking, triathlons and skiing. He offers an annual Ski conditioning class in the fall. Steve enjoys skiing, backpacking, golf, raising his two kids and a strong cup of coffee.
B.S. Exercise Science, Utah State University
M.S. Corporate Wellness, Utah State University
Certified Personal Trainer, ACE
I have always gravitated towards sports and being active. Growing up, I loved playing any kind of sport but my favorite was always Track & Field. The variety, the intensity and skill was what I grew to love about it. I was fortunate enough to compete at the collegiate level while pursuing my undergraduate degree in Exercise Science at Utah State University. Upon the completion of my degree, that passion was still there so I decided to also pursue a Masters degree in Corporate Wellness so that I could turn that passion into helping others towards their health goals. With that, I started teaching fitness classes and have been doing so for the past 10 years (and still LOVE it!). My hope is that I can help others throughout their wellness journey and help them realize what they are capable of.
Erin McCall-O’Dell, CPT
I have a passion for physical fitness, nutrition and helping others to meet their personal fitness goals. This passion started to develop when I began my own weight loss journey in 2015. The more I progressed in my journey the more I realized how hard it was to do it alone and the more I wanted to help others so they would have the support and motivation to succeed. This led me to become a NASM certified personal trainer. Now I incorporate what I have learned into developing individualized fitness and nutrition goals for my clients so that they too may experience success in achieving their personal fitness goals.
Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT)
Matt Enas, CES
I participated recreationally in a variety of sports during my childhood and teenage years but developed a heightened interest in physical activity after watching the 2012 London Olympics. Seeing athletes in peak physical condition performing at the highest level provided me with the motivation to start taking my own exercise more seriously. This eventually led to me to develop an interest in the health and nutritional sciences, specifically as they pertain to alterations in body composition and the role that diet and exercise play in facilitating these changes. My interest in these areas culminated in a four-year degree in Kinesiology, which then paved the way for me to obtain the title of Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
I believe that my job as a Personal Trainer is not just to motivate and design programs for my clients, but also to be a source of knowledge in a fitness industry where so much conflicting information exists regarding “optimal” diet, exercise, and lifestyle behaviors. Using the knowledge and experience that I gained in pursuit of my degree and certification, I design programs that are specifically tailored to my client’s needs and abilities. There is no “best” way to exercise or eat – there is only what works and is sustainable for you as an individual. This idea forms the basis for my approach to creating a program for each new client and makes me excited to meet and work with new people and help them achieve the fitness goals they have always wanted to.
B.S. Kinesiology, Oregon State University
Corrective Exercise Specialist (NASM-CES)
Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT)
Mason Morgan, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
Throughout my life I have been around sports, and have always loved being active, so I knew that I needed a career that centered around exercise. I didn’t know which path to take in this field up until recently and I have been having such a blast training people. I am currently a senior at Oregon State University studying Exercise Science and am certified through NSCA with their CSCS certification. With my degree and certification I get to use exercise science to find the best way to help anyone achieve their fitness goals. I have worked with a diverse population at Oregon State University in classes that ranged from higher intensity classes that focused on getting the heart rate up to lower intensity classes that focused on posture.
My goal, as a trainer, is to inspire people to become more active whether this means getting up and walking more or coming into the gym and resistance training. When I am not training, I am either playing with my Lab puppy Maki, cooking, hiking, playing basketball or studying for school. I love anything that can give me a challenge to work through and to overcome.