Meet Our Trainers

Kevin Grantlin

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I have been in the fitness industry for over 14 years and have grown as a trainer immensely. My singular goal is to deliver a service that not only maximizes ones potential but brings out the best in my clients capabilities. I accomplish this by first focusing on general mobility and then by establishing a baseline where my clients are in the areas of strength and endurance. I have found that the sooner I identify what motivates each individual , the sooner we will begin our journey in discovering the athletic inner voice that will drive results to a new level that some did not even know was there. I work with current and ex-athletes, (soccer, basketball, baseball, football, volleyball, and even figure skating) pregnant women, the un-motivated, even those who simply didn’t like working out. I determine through innovated fitness what will drive my clients forward, enable them to achieve their individual goals and best of all what will make them successful. 


•2X ISSA Certified

• 6+ years as Training Director

• 5+ years as Independent Fitness Couch

• 3+ years as a Fitness consultant

• Studied American Fitness Professional Association 

•Experienced in Dynamic Exercise

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•Body Mechanics/general mobility 

•Corrective Exercise/correction of imbalances through the body

•Core strengthening 

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Tim Weimer

I graduated from Thomas More College in 2017 where I was a student athlete majoring in Sport and Entertainment Marketing, while playing the great game of football.  Post graduation I competed in my first bodybuilding show. From there, I went on to start my own supplement and lifestyle company and received my CPT through NASM. All three of these accomplishments were part of my personal “three-year-goals”  post college life.

My mission is to help spread positivity and self awareness- to know your worth, and to understand how valuable you truly are. We as people are a part of this crazy thing we call LIFE, together. We all have our differences, but realistically we are the same. We go through our own everyday struggles-anxiety, hard troubles, loss, and life’s own adversity. If we can work to become open-minded instead of tearing each other down over our differences, we can better understand where each of us are coming and from there we can build each other up.

Over the course of my life I have always had this saying for myself.-“Dare To Be Great” which has transcended into the forefront of Fortitude Behavior- the mentality to see through the highs and lows of life by having the confidence to bet on yourself to overcome whatever stands between you and your goals. Life is too short to take any second for granted. If you fail, get back up and keep moving forward because your past and failures do not define the person you are, they are part of the journey that has created your present self and it is all up to you to make the most of your future self starting now. Never sell yourself short and consistently strive to be a better version of yourself day in and day out. Most importantly- remember that in every nega+ive situation there is a positive and never forget to love yourself first.

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