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Personal Training

Welcome and thank you for your interest in Personal Training at Auburn University! You have taken the first step towards better overall health! We thank you for allowing our Campus Recreation personal training team to be your guide. Our staff is dedicated to helping you reach your goals by promoting healthy, lifelong fitness behaviors!

Program Philosophy

Our goal is to educate our participants on how to exercise safely and effectively to achieve lifelong fitness. Our certified training staff will work with you to develop an appropriate exercise program and will closely supervise your progress. By assessing your fitness goals first, our trainers can create a personalized workout plan, teach you how to properly perform exercises, and keep you motivated. Whether you are looking to lose weight, gain muscle, improve your cardiovascular fitness, excel at your chosen sport, or learn more about proper techniques, our certified personal training professionals are always willing to help.

Benefits of Working With a Certified Personal Trainer

  • An individualized fitness program specifically designed for you.
  • An efficient workout program with innovative ways to improve your health.
  • Professional assistance in improving strength, flexibility, stability, endurance, posture, balance, coordination, and cardiovascular health.
  • Instruction on proper movement patterns, form, and technique.
  • Provide accountability, structure, and motivation.

Where Do You Want To Go?

Registration Packet

The completed Personal Training Registration Packet (along with payment) must be received before you will be scheduled with a certified personal trainer. The completed registration packet can be returned either by email or at the Campus Recreation Main Office. Upon receipt of these materials, a member of our staff will contact you via email and/or phone within 72 hours to schedule your initial appointment.


All Campus Recreation trainers are certified through a nationally recognized fitness organization including, National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), or American Council on Exercise (ACE).