General Questions

How much does training cost and what do I receive?

New Member

  •  5 Personal Training Sessions
  • $175.00*
  • Baseline Circumference Measurements
  • Baseline Movement Screen
  • Tailored training program which includes:
  • Injury prevention exercises
  • Balance, stability and movement skill coaching
  • Strength and power exercises
  • Nutritional guidance to get you started in the right direction towards your goals
  • Standardized workout and exercise assessments
  • The support you need to succeed!

*Available in individual or partner training programs with choice of home-gym or field environment depending on schedule. Contact for partner training rates.

Monthly Member

  • The ability to schedule reoccurring session time-slots that are yours to keep week in and week out until you hit your goals!
  • Routine Circumference Measurements
  • Baseline Movement Screen
  • Tailored training program which includes:
  • Injury prevention exercises
  • Balance, stability and movement skill coaching
  • Strength exercises
  • Conditioning exercises
  • Nutrition coaching
  • Reoccurring standardized workouts to gauge fitness levels
  • Off day training options
  • The support you need to succeed!

 5-Session Athlete

  • 5 Personal Training Sessions
  • $150.00*
  • Movement analysis
  • Baseline speed testing
  • Baseline agility testing
  • Multidirectional equality testing
  • Individualized personal training sessions based on your goals such as:
  • Speed, Agility, Power, Conditioning, Strength, Balance, Coordination, Mobility, and more
  • The support you need to succeed!

*Available in individual or partner training programs with choice of home-gym or field environment depending on schedule. Contact for partner training rates.

What exactly is personal training?

In short, personal training is a tour guide in the journey towards your fitness goals. You walk in without having to think about what to do on your training days with valuable knowledge and guidance for when you’re on your own. Training sessions are geared towards your goals and abilities while you will have the one-on-one time with a trainer whose looking to bestow their knowledge onto you for your success.

What type of training do you have to make you a personal trainer?

View Zac Wheeler Personal Training Background & History by clicking here.

What type of results can I expect to achieve by working with you?

For the majority of people who train, you will achieve results that are comparable to the work you put in. For weight loss, we’ve had larger people lose substantial amounts of weight quickly and for those closer to their goal we’ve had people take as short as 8-weeks to hit their body fat goals. As for strength, those with high commitment levels to not only their training but to their nutrition and recovery as well see substantial results. This too goes for our general fitness clientele who each have personal goals. This does not apply to everyone however. Some will have bumps and slower starts due to older habits restricting results. This leads back to our job as trainers to give you the knowledge you need to overcome these habits but again, your results will only be limited to the work you put in.

What does a normal personal training session consist of?

Normal training for gym and field sessions will start by restoring your body’s mobility and performing a general and specific warm up to get your body ready for training. Training may include but is not limited to strength, power, conditioning, and/or skill work followed by mobility.

Do you charge extra for diet planning?

As an in-person client, your nutrition coaching is included and is not charged as extra.

How are you different than trainers at a big chain gym?

Big chain gyms tend to manipulate their trainers into pushing supplements, providing cookie cutter workouts, and supply trainers with less than optimal training time-frames. The atmosphere for trainers in a big-chain gym is also quite cut-throat in that many trainers are competing against each other as oppose to working with one another. Due to this, the majority of trainers leave, creating major turnover. Thus, you are left with having to switch trainers and might even deal with a trainer entirely new to the fitness industry. Majority of big-chain gyms ask that trainers be minimally qualified with little to no background knowledge except for an online certificate to be employed. At Zeus Fitness and Performance, we do not have this environment. Zac Wheeler has an extensive background in the industry, is not forced to push supplements, and provides programs based on your goals and current abilities. For more information on Zac and his background please click here .

If I lift weights, will I get bigger muscles or look bulky?

It depends on how you’re eating. If you are eating to get bigger which is above your caloric expenditure you will pack on more muscle. However, if you lift weights and are not eating above expenditure but at maintenance or below, you will not obtain a bulky look. Lastly, the “tone” look which most women say they are after, is actually the exposure of muscle. Thus, lifting both heavy and lighter weights will assist in the leaner and aesthetically pleasing look the majority of people are after.

How often should I workout/lift weights?

Based on my experience, 3-days a week of resistance training will give most the good foundation needed to obtain their goals. People can train as much as 6-days per week with weights or as low as 1-2 depending on what other activities someone may be participating in. However, the 1-2 will not be helpful for the majority of the public as it most often applies to athletes or military operatives. If you are looking to maintain muscle mass and are otherwise engaged in highly intense practice sessions or stressful environments outside of your resistance training, than your muscle mass and performance may not suffer too much over the course of months. However, even these types of people will still need to go through a foundation period which will call for, again, a minimum of 3-6 days in the gym performing resistance training to regain their initial strength or add to it.

Fitness Program Questions

I don’t have a membership to another gym; will this affect my results?

Absolutely not. It only means that on your off days you will need to be comfortable in engaging in some at-home workouts that may be prescribed to you. We will work with what your limits are, so if you have no equipment, we’ll work with that. If you are inclined to start purchasing some smaller necessary items, we’ll steer you in the right direction so that you aren’t buying useless exercise equipment. Especially if your schedule only permits you to train around 2 times per week, in order for you to obtain greater benefit, one or more at-home workouts each week will certainly be needed.

I have a gym membership. Can I still train with you?

Absolutely, you not only will you get to participate in personal training but you will also be given workouts to do at the gym so you know what to do when you walk in.

Athletic Program Questions

What do the athlete programs consist of?

Athlete programs are specifically tailored to the individual, pair, or group of athletes. We will take baseline assessments (gym, field or both) and utilize our data to show your weak areas or if you have a specific goal in mind we can use our pre-assessments as a baseline to look back on. We can work on anything from your strength, speed, agility, power, balance, coordination, and movement skills and may use the gym or field setting or both to achieve your goals. With our flexible session plan, you can plan your training sessions around your sports schedule or if you’re in off-season, we can formulate a plan that will give you the foundation to raise your athleticism to another level.

Where do you perform field sessions?

The field used is located off Baseline and Val Vista in a quiet neighborhood setting that will allow for the least amount of distraction.