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Personal Training at BAC

A Personalized Fitness Solution for Every Body!


What are the benefits of using a personal trainer?

Individuals have different reasons to seek out personal training services. Some have a desire to improve their general fitness levels; others may desire to lose weight, or train for a specific sport or event. Regardless of what your personal goals are, with the help of a personal trainer you may be able to achieve your desired results more efficiently. All personal trainers on our staff have earned their knowledge through either a four-year degree in exercise science, physical education (or a health related field), or have a certification from a nationally recognized organization. Inquire at the front desk for more information about the personal trainers on staff.

Questions and Answers about Personal Training

How do I schedule a personal training appointment?

  • Let the front desk staff know you are interested in setting up a personal training appointment.  The front desk staff will take your name and telephone number and our personal trainer will contact you.

What should I wear to my appointment?

  • Wear comfortable fitness clothing and athletic shoes.

Should I bring anything to the training appointment?

  • Bring a water bottle and a note pad for taking notes.

Are personal training sessions just for individuals or can I work out with my spouse or a group of my friends?

  • Personal training is available for individuals, couples, and groups, with a variety of rate plans and programs tailored to meet your needs.

Are children able to train with a personal trainer or is it just for adults?

  • Personal training is available for all ages, including children, teens, adults, and seniors too.

Do you provide sport-specific training?

  • Absolutely, sport-specific personal training can help you or your child gain the competitive edge over other athletes.

How many personal training sessions do you recommend?

  • For someone new to personal training, try 5 personal training sessions to get you started.  Veteran personal training clients usually choose to purchase a block of 10 training sessions.

Therapeutic Yoga

Therapeutic yoga focuses on the uniqueness of your body aches and injuries. The yoga therapist develops a plan to improve joint range of motion, balance, and strength, using breathing exercises, visualization, and yoga poses.

Personal Training or Physical Therapy

A personal trainer is a fitness professional who is hired for private instruction to teach, assist and encourage a trainee to lose weight, achieve fitness goals, modify or design an exercise routine, and address diet concerns.  A personal trainer can help motivate you to exercise and provide accountability for exercise sessions.  When you see a personal trainer you can expect to have your strength, flexibility, and fitness levels assessed, and measurements, body mass index, and heart rate tested.

A physical therapist is a licensed health care professional who provides services to help restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain and prevent or limit permanent physical limitations. A PT works to restore, maintain and promote overall fitness and health by designing individualized exercise programs, performing manual therapy or massage, and using ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and biofeedback when necessary. When you see a physical therapist you can expect to have your medical history, strength, range of motion, balance, posture, muscle performance, gait patterns, and motor function examined. Physical therapy is usually covered by medical insurance.

Meet Our Trainers


Rheannon Logue, B.A, Health Promotion, M.S. Health & Human Performance

Rheannon is a certified personal trainer through the American Council on Exercise.  She is also TRX suspension training certified.   Rheannon has lived in northern Colorado for her entire life.  She went to Fort Hays State on a track and field scholarship, and still loves running.    Her up-beat attitude and personally tailored routines will give you the motivation and support you need to reach your fitness goals.  Ask her about the Denver Broncos, and her dog: Fur Baby!

Henrietta Bauer-Gately, BS – Therapeutic Yoga Trainer

Henrietta graduated from CSU in 1989 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Equine Science. Henrietta, BAC’s 2006 Instructor of the year, completed the Yoga Alliance 200 hour Yoga Teacher Certification in Hatha Yoga.  She has taken yoga therapy continuing education classes and has trained under Caroline Creager, PT – utilizing her yoga therapy skills with physical therapy clients.  Her hobbies include hiking, skiing, drawing, pottery, knitting, gardening, and doing fun things with her family.

Scott Crossen, Boxing Trainer

Scott studied boxing and various styles of martial arts for 12 years fighting competitively for two years. Scott began training other fighters (both aspiring and professional) in the late 70′s, and has continued in this discipline since. Several fighters he trained went on to win regional and national championships.

Scott has competed in and personally trained others in many sports. He has special skills in working with a broad range of people from those just beginning to exercise to those in outstanding physical condition. He is considered very patient, but can be tough, when needed. Scott believes that exercise is more than working the body. He teaches the best exercise involves what Scott calls the “full person” body, mind, spirit, and believes that each of these parts of the human experience is equally important when properly exercising.

Scott loves hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, and occasionally leads tours. To date, he has climbed 24, 14,000 foot mountains. Scott’s appeared in many newspapers and on television for his athletic accomplishments and has solo bicycle toured more than 80,000 miles in the last 25 years. He has received accolades and won awards for 2 man volleyball, racket ball, cycling, running, and fighting.