A Center for Everyone
EveryBody’s Gym was put together to create a community of health and fitness. The classes, program, and community strives to be open and inviting for people of all shapes, sizes, and levels. There are all bodies from beginners focused on weight loss who have a hard time with basic movements, to advanced members that are training for races, sports, or competitions. A gym for EveryBody!
Londa is the lead trainer at EveryBody’s Gym. She has a background in step aerobics, distance running, and kettlebell training. Her classes are focused on great cardio and FUN, she is great at working with women and men of all ages and abilities but really enjoys working with people who have been away from the gym for a bit and are looking to get back into shape.
Jon (Senior Trainer)
Jon is the lead strength and power trainer at Everybody’s Gym. With a background in TRX suspension training, power lifting, and body building, Jon’s classes focus on shocking the central nervous system and getting your body to grow lean and powerful muscle. He will use a variety of exercises from classical body building moves to cutting edge variations of lifts and presses to ensure that your total body gets what it needs.
Joe has been interning with Londa at EBG since early in 2014. With a background in football, and huge personal results with a weight loss of over 75 lbs, Joe is able to pull from his personal experience to help show you what it takes to lose weight and get fit. Joe is a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
Katelyn is a trainer at Everybody’s Gym. She graduated From Western Washington with a BS in Kinesiology and competed for the track and cross country teams. While in school she received 7 All-American honors in cross country, the steeplechase and the 5k. She loves functional training and working with clients of all ability and energy levels. Katelyn brings her love for fitness and athletics into the gym for a fun and fulfilling class that will bring you through the rest of your day!
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Our gym features a large open field turf section that is primarily used in our group training sessions. The field turf is the same type of material used by professional sports teams like the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Sounders FC. It’s a similar field surface to grass providing great traction and a soft feel.
One of our primary fitness tools is the russian kettlebell. The kettlebell is a fantastic tool for both strength development and cardio conditioning. Most kettlebell movements are compound exercises where you use multiple muscle groups with every movement. These compound moves burn more calories, strengthen both primary muscles and stabilizing muscles, and are easier on your muscles and joints then most repetitive machine assisted movements.
Kettlebells vary in weight from 8lbs up to 100lbs. The smaller bells are great for single hand movements like cleans, presses, and curls. The medium weight kettlebells are used for swings, snatches, goblet squats, farmer’s carries, and weighted lunges. The heavy bells can be used for bodybuilding movements such as the deadlift.
If you’re new to kettlebells that’s no problem, our instructors work with people of all levels, and will work with each person on proper technique to maximize the efficiency of movement and maximum results
Suspension training is a great way to control the amount of tension and effort being exerted. Using your own body weight you can lean out for more intensity or come closer or raise the angle to lower the intensity.
Pull ups are also part of suspension training and one of the best back exercises available. While many of the men and women of everybodys gym are able to do unassisted strict pull-ups we also utilize bands to help those that are still building up their ability to rep out multiple pull ups.
Everybody’s gym will also use barbells in it’s training. Barbells are the best tool for moving large amounts of weight. Moves such as the heavy back squat, dead lift, and bench press are compound moves that develop the central nervous system and really tell the body that it needs to burn fat and develop muscles. Our members start with an empty bar and using progressive overload will add weight in a controlled manner to the point where they can dead lift over 400 lbs.
Our barbells are used within our triple power rack to provide a safe and motivating environment.