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If you want to work and get better, then we want to help.
Here are some things we do well:

Train With Us

If you want to work and get better, then we want to help. Here are some things we do well:

Return to Activity After an Injury

Injuries happen, but the body is designed to recover. Rehab can only take you so far. Regain your confidence and prevent future injury by going beyond passive treatments and building strong, resilient joints.

Strength Training for Older Adults

Strength training is the fountain of youth. When done right, strength training is completely safe and is the best way to preserve independence and prevent frailty. If you want to age well, let us help.

Getting Started on the Right Path

We believe training is for everyone. If you’ve tried the gym and given up due to frustration, boredom or lack of progress, let us help you start training the right way in a way that fits your life.

If you want to get stronger, move pain free, and make training a permanent part of your life, then we want to work with you.

What Clients Are Saying

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  • “With a long history of chronic back pain I decided to take charge of my health and do everything I could to become pain free. I am so grateful to have met Andrew to help me with my goals. My core strength has increased noticeably and my back is feeling great. The workouts are fun, challenging, safe and I’m always learning something new. I am seeing great results from my sessions. Andrew is a fantastic trainer with a wealth of knowledge to share and I highly recommend him.”

    – LISA

  • “Andrew Barr is a truly exceptional personal trainer. If it were possible to give more than 5 stars, we would. His advanced academic credentials, particularly his comprehensive understanding of body mechanics, helps him provide superior training. He also has extensive experience training and coaching. Together these provide a wide array of tools and exercises that he uses with careful adaptations to the individual. As seniors with aging related health issues, we very much appreciated his expertise and appropriate accommodations…”

    – RON

  • “When I started working with Andrew, I had been training with another personal trainer for 4 years. I liked my trainer a lot and saw great results, but I was constantly dealing with a rotation of minor exercise-induced injuries. The amount of rehabilitative therapy that I had to do to maintain my training became truly unsustainable. Within a week of applying a new program that Andrew gave me, my chronic hip and shoulder pain diminished greatly, and four months in, have now completely disappeared…”

    – ALEX

  • “I went under surgery at the end of 2017 for a ruptured ACL and two bucket-handle meniscus tears which caused my knee to lock in a weird position and prevented me for walking for 6 weeks before surgery, and 6 weeks after – so a total of 3 months in crutches. When I first went to see Andrew, I was still limping. I wasn’t seeing much improvement despite the physio treatments which caused my motivation to be quite low. Therefore, after five months of regular personal training with Andrew, I couldn’t be more grateful for his professional assistance…”

    – FRED

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