Personal Training

Personal training offers Brandeis students, faculty, and staff a convenient and affordable way to acheive their fitness goals. Our trainers are nationally certified student employees that will assist you in acheiving all of your fitness goals.

Personal training sessions are offered in solo, dual, and quad groupings. All sessions are a one-hour experience between client(s) and trainer. Solo sessions are tailored to the unique goals of the client.

For the dual and quad groupings, pairs or foursomes will be supervised through a single workout. It is therefore recommended that people interested in the dual or quad groupings have similar fitness goals.

In addition to personal training services, fitness assessments and weight room orientations are also available.

To schedule a training session, or for more information, please contact Fitness Coordinator Kat Page.

Personal Training Fees

Weight Room Orientation       

 

$10

     

Fitness Assessment

 

$15

     

Personal Training

 

Solo     

 

Dual      

Quad     

    1 Session

 

$25

 

$40

$60

    3 Sessions

 

$70

 

$105

$160

    5 Sessions

 

$110

 

$165

$250 

    10 Sessions

 

$200

 

$300

$450

Cancellation Policy

Should the need arise for a client to cancel or reschedule a training session, we ask that clients provide 24 hours notice. In the event that a client does not provide at least 12 hours notice for a cancellation, clients will be charged for their scheduled session.

Should a trainer need to reschedule or cancel an appointment, every effort will be made to provide the client with 24 hours notices. Failure on behalf of a trainer to provide at least 2 hours notice of a cancellation will result in a 1 session credit for the client.

Staff

Zahava Guz - Zahava is an NASM certified personal trainer.  She has participated in many athletic activities including softball, basketball, volleyball, and dance.  With her background, she is able to work with clients on many different levels of fitness.  She, herself, has been working out for sevel years and had worked with trainers who use different methods.  Zahava has personally experienced the benefits of physical activity and wishes to share what she learned with others.  Zahava is a Biology major and a NEJS minor.  She hopes to become a physical therapist, and possibly specialize in sports therapy.

Brittany Nachamie - Brittany is an AFPA certified personal trainer. She is also certified in Spinning, and Group Fitness instructor. Aside from exercising in a gym, she has participated in many athletic activities, including Soccer, Field Hockey, Track, Basketball, Softball, and even run a half marathon! With this in her background, she is able to work with clients on all different levels of fitness, as well as use her other certifications while training clients. Brittany wants to major in Business with a focus in marketing, and minor in Education. She hopes to one day become an elementary school special education teacher.

Jake Picard - Jake is a NASM certified personal trainer and a Health: Science, Society, and Policy major here at Brandeis University.  Playing a multitude of sports throughout his youth and currently a member of the Brandeis Men's Soccer team, Jake eats, sleeps, and breathes exercise.  To fully maxamize one's workout, Jake stressed little rest periods, whether it is through supersets, circuit training, or anotehr exercise style.  He is also an avid runner and ensures that cardio be a vital part of one's exercise program.  He believes in establishing a strong core first that will enable one to succesfully progress in their exercise endeavors.  Lastly, he emphasizes the importance of variability in an exercise program, always changing the workouts to allow for optimal adaptation, strength, and growth.

Megan Stewart - Megan is a NASM certified personal trainer with a Fitness Nutrition Specialist Certification.  She is currently working on her Weight Loss Specialist Certification also with NASM.  Megan's passion for fitness comes through her own past struggles with weight loss and weight management, and after losing 50 pounds, decided to take her experience to the weight room.  Megan enjoys working with everyone from the first timer to the experienced athlete.  Within the athletic spectrum, Megan is a white belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, a black belt in Karate, is an avid runner, and occasionally makes time for a round of golf.  Megan is currently a candidate for a MA in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies where she is focusing on Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies.

Bren Veziroglu - Bren is a NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) certified PT and charismatic self-declared nerd, majoring in Biology and Biochemistry.  Since he began training 7 years ago, he has eaten his way from 103 to a lean 168 pounds (~8% body fat), added 220 pounds to his bench press (50 to 270), added 305 pounds to his Deadlift (95 to 400).  His methodology centers on nutrition, functionality (form follows function), and measurable results.  He believes in these 3 principles as a foundation on which, give ample time and dedication, clients will reach their maximum genetic potential, to achieve and surpass their goals.  His schedule requires that he remain reserved for clients of exceptional willpower and tenacity.


 

Fitness Forms

P AR-Q (pdf)

Informed Consent for Fitness Assessment (pdf)

Informed Consent for Personal Training (pdf)

Medical Clearance (pdf)