Fhysical Elements Personal Training Studio

Personal Training at its best

  • Personal Training for Individuals and Small Groups
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Parent/Child Training
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BRADY WORSTER

970-846-0828

Personal Training

Fhysical Elements is a Private personal training studio In downtown Steamboat Springs, geared toward helping you achieve your goals. Fhysical Elements provides private personal training geared toward functional fitness and nutritional education. Join Certified Personal Trainer Brady Worster in this private training studio in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs, CO.

Private personal training sessions are 1-on-1 sessions that consist of either a half hour or an hour of personal training.  Body weight exercises (calisthenics), weightlifting, cardiovascular, stretching, core work, balance, and agility are a few of the modalities that are used to help clients reach their goals.  These sessions will be geared individually for each client, depending on physical limitations and goals.  Each client will receive a copy of each workout, via email or text message, along with photos of the exercises (if necessary) to help clients remember proper form and be able to practice the workouts on their own between training sessions. Because we don’t use a lot of gym equipment, most of the exercises can be duplicated almost anywhere.    Each training session with the trainer will differ from the time before, as the goal of the trainer is to move you forward, and utilize your time to the fullest! Each session will target a specific set of muscles and proper form of all movement.  Private training is, for some, the most beneficial because all of the focus is on you, and making sure that your form is correct and explanations of corrections can more easily be given.

Cost is determined by the needs of the client and the number of sessions purchased.

Half-hour and hour-long sessions available.

Fitness Assessments are done with each new client before they sign up for training sessions within the studio. This is a 1-hour assessment will cover health history, goals, nutrition, body measurements, and a half hour workout. The half-hour workout will consist of basic exercises to see where the new client is physically and assess the best way to proceed with training the client. This assessment will give the client and trainer a baseline to see how many sessions are needed to help the goals of the client to be attained. Basic exercises usually include squats, pushups, crunches and other light exercises. At the end of the session, the trainer and client will work together to plan the best course of action moving forward to make sure that the goals of the client are in line with the goals of the trainer.

Fhysical Element’s lead trainer, Brady Worster, is a certified Sports Nutritionist.

For all athletes, nutrition is a key component to success. A diet that’s tailored to an athlete’s needs can help maximize performance and ensure proper recovery.  The importance of nutrition before, during, and after a sporting event or activity is vital to the complete success of an athlete. Brady will help you determine the ideal diet for each athlete individually.

A nutritious diet is one that meets all of the body’s macro and micronutrient demands on a daily basis. There is no one diet that exists that is perfect for every body type. Nutrient intakes are based on individual factors. Size, body composition, activity level and genetic predisposition. Electrolytes and water are needed for cellular hydration, antioxidants are needed to protect cell membranes, more energy to fuel exercise and training, and higher nutrient concentrations to enhance recovery.  To optimize performance, an athlete’s diet must be developed specifically for his or her relative needs.

It is important to understand the differences in required nutrition for health, fitness, and athletic performance.

Eating for Health suggests a conservative approach to nutrition and focuses on keeping all body systems functioning properly. When striving to eat healthfully, one should focus on consuming adequate amounts of nutrients, with the basic goal being to consume foods that meet the needs of normal function. When combined with moderate physical activity, a healthy diet should prevent weight gain, help maintain appropriate body composition, and prevent any adverse health issues.

Eating for Fitness differs from eating for health because the greater focus is placed on supporting moderate to vigorous activity while maintaining lower levels of body fat. Fitness nutrition emphasizes food intakes that optimize health-related fitness measures. This is a diet designed for supporting training for cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness while improving body composition. Individuals who regularly exercise above the adaptation threshold need more calories than those who are classified as simply being active.

With Sports or Performance nutrition, energy demands are MUCH higher, which in turn tends to lean the focus toward total calories consumed, where those calories come from, and, more specifically, the timing of consumption. Athletes must have adequate energy for strength and conditioning activities, practice sessions, as well as competitive events.

Sports Nutrition requires emphasis in 3 areas:

  1. Pre-Training nutrition
  2. Nutrition during the event
  3. Post-event nutrition

Brady can help you with all areas of sports nutrition.

Small Group personal training sessions will have 2-4 clients in the session and consist of a half hour or an hour of training. All of the people in the small group will know each other, as they will all sign up together.  This is a great way to workout with family, friends, and colleagues, without the stress of working out in a class with people you don’t know. Each session will consist of one of, or a combination of the following modalities:  Body weight exercises (calisthenics), weightlifting, cardiovascular, stretching, core work, balance, and agility to help clients reach their goals. These sessions will be geared individually for each client, depending on the physical limitations and goals of each person in class. You will receive a copy of each workout, via email or text message, along with photos of the exercises (if necessary) to help remember proper form and be able to practice the workouts on their own. Most of the exercises can be duplicated with or without weights at home to help the client move forward between sessions with the trainer.

Baby & Me personal training sessions will have a mother or father and an infant age 1 month to 12 months, and consist of a half hour or an hour of training. This is a great way to workout with your infant and both reap the benefits. Mothers and fathers will learn how to use the baby as the weight for lifting, ways to incorporate the infant in ways that physically benefit the parent and psychologically enhance the child with attention from the parent. Each session will consist of one of, or a combination of the following modalities: Body weight exercises (calisthenics), weightlifting (with baby as weight), cardiovascular, stretching, core work, balance, and agility to help clients reach their goals. These sessions will be geared individually for the parent and will also keep in mind that children are not always the most cooperative, and will work with the mood of the child in mind. Each client will receive a copy of each workout, via email or text message, along with photos of the exercises (if necessary) to help remember proper form and be able to practice the workouts on their own with the baby at home!

Cost of Baby & Me sessions are the same as 1-on-1 private sessions

Cost is determined by the need of the client and the number of sessions purchased.

Half-hour and Hour-long sessions available.

Toddler & me sessions will consist of a half hour or an hour of training with parent and toddler.  This is a great way to workout with your toddler and instills in them that exercise is something we all do.  The Trainer will show you many different ways to exercise both you and your toddler, as well as keep you moving and working while they explore their own “workouts” in the studio.  Toddlers love to play with the weighted balls, the physioballs, the small weights, the Bosu Balls, the punching bag and roll around on the soft foam flooring that covers the studio.  If the toddler is not in the “mood” to workout, there is a Kids room complete with Netflix, toys, coloring books, and reading books to keep them entertained while the parent works out.   Each session will consist of one of, or a combination of the following modalities:  Body weight exercises (calisthenics), weightlifting, cardiovascular, stretching, core work, balance, and agility to help clients reach their goals.  These sessions will be geared individually for each client, depending on physical limitations and goals.  Each client will receive a copy of each workout, via email or text message, along with photos of the exercises (if necessary) to help remember proper form and be able to practice the workouts on their own. Most of the exercises can be duplicated with or without weights at home to help the client move forward between sessions with the trainer.

Cost of Toddler and Me sessions are the same pricing as 1-on-1 private training sessions.

Cost is determined by the need of the client and the number of sessions purchased.

Half hour and hour-long sessions available.

Trainer

Brady Worster

NCSF Certified Personal Trainer

Certified Sports Nutritionist

Using body weight, free weights, bands, balls, and other modalities, Brady will get you into the kind of shape you are looking for, all while educating you to ensure you succeed in the future!

Brady, your Certified Personal Trainer, creates personalized programs for weight-loss, post-op physical therapy training (for joint replacement, knee scopes and other joint and ligament repairs), stretching, agility and mobility for older individuals, and much more. Brady also enjoys working with moms through programs like Baby & Me and Toddler & Me.

Brady Worster in Gym

Brady's Health Story

Brady Worster’s passion for fitness and a healthy lifestyle started in 2008. Before that, Brady found herself trying to find happiness in her body. She was overweight and unmotivated. She knew that at 5’8” 230lbs and a size 22 she needed to make a change, not only for herself but for her family. Brady started by eating healthier and working out. She did the hard work and her discipline and dedication started to pay off. The journey to a healthier life helped her to lose more than 90 lbs, getting her down to a size 4. After losing the weight, and seeing how her journey inspired others around her, she knew that to be personally fulfilled she needed to become a personal trainer to inspire others.

 

The Studio

Fhysical Elements Gym

Fhysical Elements personal training studio is located in Downtown Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The Fhysical Elements Studio is outfitted with a broad assortment of training equipment (i.e Cardio equipment free weights, boxing gear, etc.) available for training.

Fhysical Elements Location

Other amenities include:

  • Television with Cardio Equipment
  • Sweat towels
  • On-Site bathroom and shower
  • Complimentary shower towels, shampoo, conditioner, and body wash
  • Kids room with television, toys, books, coloring books and a comfortable couch to hang out on while parents train.