Whether you are looking for strength building, muscle toning, flexibility or weight loss, we can help! Our Health and Fitness Club offers customized training for each and every client, including designing individual fitness programs, as we were all born with different bodies and have different needs and goals.
All personal training sessions are with an experienced "CPT" - Certified Personal Trainer. As part of the initial session, a client assessment is performed to help establish your goals and any physical limitations you may have. All training sessions listed below are 60-minutes long.
6-week Personal Training Sessions........Member: $330 / Non-member $360
Studies show it takes a minimum of 6 weeks to establish new habits. With this personal training package, you will meet with your trainer 1x per week for 6 weeks and they will work with you to develop a plan to assist with your weekly workouts between sessions.
12-week Personal Training Sessions......Member: $600 / Non-member $660
12 weeks will not only establish new habits, but begin to show real results with your fitness goals. With this personal training package, you will meet with your trainer 1x per week for 12 weeks and they will work with you to establish a pattern for success based on your fitness and health goals.
Shorter appointment times, group training (up to 3 clients at a time), and longer term plans with discounted rates are all available upon request.
Certified Personal Trainers
Lee Cutter Jr
I am a Certified Personal Trainer and Weight Management Specialist through the American Council on Exercise (ACE).
I have worked with all ages in one-on-one personal training sessions as well as group fitness classes with up to twenty participants.
I have been a CPT for almost 2 years. Prior to that, I retired after 31 years of service in Public Safety.
I believe that fitness is a journey, a never-ending journey. Once you reach a goal, it leads you to another.
I believe that to become healthy, one must view their actions towards becoming healthy as an accomplishment of what one’s body can do, not as a punishment. It is an accumulation of positive habits that turn into more than just a goal, but rather a lifestyle!
Certifications: National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer, Human Kinetics Facilitative Stretching.
Certified Specialities: I have worked with people of all ages, but have specialized more in the elderly population. In addition to having a focus on mobility and weight loss.
Experience: Graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.
Certified Personal Trainer for five years. Worked as a physical therapist technician alongside three physical therapists.
Motto: “Don’t compare your chapter one to someone else's chapter thirty.”
10 Steps To Fitness Success
1 Talk to your doctor
Get a simple check-up and a talk with your doctor about starting a fitness regime. They can remind you of things to pay attention to, situations to avoid, and can give you up-to-date info on your labworks and vitals.
6 Be patient with yourself
Remember, Rome wasn't built in a day. Don't get impatient with the small changes happening as you travel through your fitness journey. A smart workout is one that is also kind to your body along the way.
2 Set and write down your "SMART" fitness goals
S= Specific (Write down details; like "how much" or how long")
M= Measurable (How will you know when you've reached your goals)
A= Attainable (Be realistic and don't set goals too aggressively)
R= Rewards (Attach a reward to each goal - see #10 below)
T= Timely (Set specic dates for accomplishing goals)
3 Join the right Gym for you
Be honest with yourself with where you feel comfortable. At Edison's Smart Fitness, we strive to create a comfortable environment with great equipment and 24-7 access, 365 days a year.
4 Develop a fitness plan
When you start with Edison's Smart Fitness, one of our certified trainers will guide you through a thorough orientation and interview, where you will go over your fitness goals and desires. Together you can develop a plan of exercises, use of equipment, and guidelines to help you reach your goal, as well as key metrics to measure along the way.
5 Get up and go....... to the Gym
Try to find the optimal time for you to fit your workout in. Some people like to do it first thing in the morning so they accomplish something at the beginning of their day. Others feel their energy peak at mid-day, and that's the best time. Then there are the night owls. Having a gym open at your optimal time means there's one less excuse to missing a workout.
7 Measure and assess your progress
When you developed your fitness plan, it was important to include metrics that you plan to measure. It may be cholesterol levels, weight, stamina, personal energy levels, or simply just how your clothes fit. Paying attention to these metrics will encourage you as well.
8 Mix it up
Be sure to keep your workouts fresh and challenging. This is important in many ways; it will eliminate boredom, help avoid overuse injuries, keeps muscles challenged and engages different muscles, and may even help you find new classes or machines that you really enjoy.
9 Workout with a friend
Edison's Smart Fitness is a friendly neighborhood Fitness Center. It's a good place to meet your neighbors and friends and work out together, anytime. The social activity will help encourage you to keep going, and make your workouts more fun.
10 Reward yourself
As you are paying attention to your measurable goals, be sure to reward yourself when you achieve one of them. Your reward can even be something that is tied to your fitness: new workout clothes, an activity tracker, or a fun active adventure like kayaking, hiking, or a new bicycle.