About myself: My name is Alex Smith, I am a certified personal trainer through the nationally accredited American Council on Exercise, and a graduate from Northern Arizona University, where I studied Health Psychology, Biology, Exercise Science, and Nutritional Science. My enthusiasm for general health and wellbeing began back when I was just a boy participating in every sport I could sign up for. During high school I ran cross country, and played lacrosse, football, tennis, and volleyball. I have been helping family members and friends attain their health fitness goals since I was twelve years old, and have been training the public for a little over three years now. About two years ago I started my own business, At Your Door Personal Training, and my main focus is in home personal training. I have all of the equipment (exercise ball, medicine ball, Bowflex 1090 dumbbells, exercise mat, light, medium, and heavy exercise bands, ab roller, Iron Gym pull up bar, body weight exercise straps, and a Bowflex scale that measures body weight, body fat%, as well as hydration level). However, if a client of mine is uncomfortable with me training them out of their home, or does not have the space for me to do so, I also personal train out of an exercise facility by the name of AZ On The Rocks at 16447 N. 91st street Suite 105. or can train out of Gyms near my clients as long as they permit it. I do the initial assessment free, and then have packages starting at 13 sessions. My Philosophy: I feel that exercise should be an exciting event and people should not dread going to the gym, which is why I chose to bring the “gym” to my clients. I like to keep my clients healthy and happy by implementing enjoyable exercise techniques with a positive attitude. People feed off of others emotions around them, which is why I always bring a smile and a sense of humor to each of my training sessions while maintaining a genuine concern for the health and wellbeing of all of my clients. People will stay motivated as long as they are enjoying their exercise regimen, and I always ensure that my clients are motivated. I continue my education on exercise and health daily by reading the latest research and fitness news. I also remain active in the gym and the sports community by exercising 7 days a week whether I am strength training, running, or playing lacrosse, volleyball, or tennis.