… where professionals learn the science, skill, and, most importantly, the art of personal training.

Since its inception in 1986, One on One has been providing in-house training for all staff members regardless of their background.  As the field of personal training has evolved, so has our training program. One on One’s staff of professionals are unmatched when it comes to cutting edge personal training and truly owning the “art” of training. One on One University was created to share our extensive experience with others so that they too can have exciting, fulfilling careers as professional personal fitness trainers.

Mission Statement:

To provide fitness professionals the knowledge, tools, and opportunities needed to be successful in the personal training industry. One on One’s tradition of excellence has been built on its commitment to stay cutting edge through learning and continued education.


Mentorships are available to both individuals and small groups. They are customized to suit the participants, but generally involve a mix of fitness and business. For example, while some are interested in our programming and client management protocols, others may want to know more about our business model, culture and client retention strategies. Subject matter and itineraries are determined in advance through either phone or electronic communication.

Personal Fitness Training Instructor Program:

This 8 week program is designed to teach anyone how to be a professional personal trainer. We teach the science, skill and, most importantly, the art of being a personal trainer. Becoming an excellent communicator, commanding respect, creating solid foundations, strategies for personal growth, how to avoid common pitfalls, how to promote yourself…the list goes on and on. The program is basically the culmination of 28 years of identifying and correcting mistakes.

I. The Science – the knowledge and principles that guide the fitness professional’s choices.

  • Structure and function of the Human Movement System
  • Bioenergetics
  • Principles of Human Movement

II. The Skill – the application of human movement principles to facilitate a desired change

  • Assessing Movement
  • Parameters of Movement
  • Client Needs Analysis
  • Program Design Concepts
  • Nutrition Basics
  • Weight Loss Training Strategies
  • Corrective Exercise Training Strategies

III. The Art of Training – the little things a fitness professional does to set him/herself apart and deliver a unique, results oriented experience

  • Effective communication skills
  • Personalized programming and service
  • Purposeful cueing
  • Commanding respect

*The Art of training is an ongoing theme that is discussed and applied throughout the entire program. This really is the key to our success and what sets us apart! 

IV. Professional Development

  • Vision and goal setting
  • Inventory Taking
  • Time management strategies
  • Marketing yourself
  • Building a business