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2000 Arroyo Rd
Livermore, CA 94550
(925) 443-7700

Corner of Arroyo Rd
& Concannon Boulevard
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Strength Training

 

At LVTC we offer a full array of choices for you to meet your Strength Training goals. Our Strength Training Center has been designed to provide an effective and safe workout. Our Cybex VRII machines are designed with Dual Axis Technology where the exercise movement is defined by the user instead of the machine. We feature the newest line from FreeMotion. FreeMotion is a selectorized cable machine that allows the user to perform multiple exercises as well as allowing for freedom of movement. We also offer a complete line of free weights including a cable system, squat rack, dumbells, and a Smith Machine. Complimentary strength orientations are available with our Floor Trainers to introduce you to strength training principals and proper form. Personal Training is available for a more in depth one-on-one training session with a certified trainer.

Personal Fitness Training

Personal Fitness Training is a one-on-one workout program custom designed by a Certified Personal Trainer to meet your specific fitness goals. We are all unique, not only in physiology, but also in our needs, limitations, and lifestyles. A personal trainer will work with you on an individual basis to assist you in formulating and achieving specific training goals.

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 Meet our Personal Trainers

 

Senior Fitness Opportunities (Exercise, Experience, Expedition)

The Senior Fitness Opportunities program offers a total fitness program for mature adults, including a weekly exercise schedule to meet your fitness and health needs. Classes include cardiovascular exercise, strength and resistance training, stretching, therapeutic water exercise, and personal training.

 Meet our Personal Trainers

   

Mary Claudino

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Mary is a certified personal trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association.  She graduated from Chico State University and double majored in Liberal Arts and Spanish. Soon after, Mary worked as a middle school teacher but now enjoys educating people in ways to help them achieve their fitness goals. Mary has always led an active lifestyle from playing team sports in high school to intramural athletics in college.  Recently, Mary has become interested in the sport of triathlon and competed in her first sprint event last fall.  After the success of training for the event, Mary was motivated to earn her personal training certification to help others achieve their fitness goals as well.  Mary takes satisfaction in challenging people and seeing them rise to meet that challenge.

 

 

 

 

 

Stacey Jones 

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Stacey has been involved in fitness for over 30 years.  She has a Masters Degree in Communications from CSU, Chico. Stacey is a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and American Fitness Association of America. She is also certified as a Performance Enhancement Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Stacey was a fitness coach for CSU, Chico field hockey and basketball teams for 3 years. She has been personal training here at the club for 7 years. Stacey has a passion for motivating her clients by pushing them to the next level and helping them find their hidden fitness potential. She takes a no-nonsense approach to fitness- “No excuses!”  Being a mom of three, Stacey understands the challenges of trying to juggle a busy schedule and getting that workout in.

 

 

 

 

 Carolyn Sanchez

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Carolyn Sanchez grew up playing youth soccer in Pleasanton where she was part of many State and Regional Championship teams and was on the first team from Pleasanton to make it to the Youth National Tournament. She attended Amador Valley High School where she played Varsity Soccer for two years (NCS champions both years) Varsity Basketball, ran track, and played tennis. Carolyn went on to play college soccer at Sonoma State where she was a member of the National Championship team, went to the Final Four 3 out of 4 years, and was an NSCAA All-American.

After graduating, Carolyn went on to play for the WPSL in Sacramento and San Diego and was National Most Valuable Goalkeeper in 2001.  Carolyn has completed 2 Ironman triathlons, many half-ironman triathlons, and qualified for Boston 2014. She is certified through the NSCA as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has an extensive background in coaching and fitness. As a coach and personal trainer Carolyn enjoys helping others to realize their athletic potential and achieve their fitness goals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Teresa Short-Nobori

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Teresa Short-Nobori grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and attended Ohlone College before moving to Sonora to pursue a career in firefighting. She worked at a local fire station while going to school. She later obtained her paramedic license and worked for American Medical Response for over 5 years. She decided to stay at home after the birth of her first child and now has 3 children. Throughout all of her career, fitness and compassion for others have always remained important. It made sense to pursue a career in fitness.

She has trained for several marathons and half marathons through Team-in-Training. She also completed several obstacle course runs, including Tough Mudder, a 13-mile obstacle course in Tahoe. Teresa is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine.