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Travis Heinz, B.S. Exercise Science, B.S. Nutrition
Travis works with a wide variety of clients to develop fitness and healthy lifestyles. He is the head of the Ellensburg Boxing Club and incorporates boxing into his training. He also offers nutrition counseling. Travis interned with Jeff for 6 months before graduating from CWU.
Elizabeth Liddle, ACE Certified Personal Trainer, NREMT Emergency Medical Technician
Elizabeth has spent a lifetime participating in various types of fitness and works with a wide variety of clients with varying goals. She was inspired to become a trainer after having been a member of Empowered Fitness Training for a year and a half.
Jeff P. Wood, B.S. Clinical Physiology, ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist
Jeff focuses on strength development and maintenance through all stages of life. Jeff also specializes in working with those with injuries or medical conditions.
B.S. Exercise Science, B.S. Nutrition
ACE Certified Personal Trainer
†Results vary depending on the individual and cannot be guaranteed.
††Four 60-minute personal training sessions to be utilized within the first two weeks of your membership. These sessions are required for new participants. Former and current clients, as well as those who can provide evidence of their ability to safely use our facility, may be exempt from this requirement.
†††Assistance may be limited if personal training staff is currently with a client. Also subject to availability.
*We cannot provide exact meal plans, supplementation, or advice for those who require special diets. That is the work of a registered dietician. We provide nutrition guidelines, offer suggestions, and we can discuss strategies for proper weight management, including the appropriate amount of calories, carbohydrates, fats, and proteins you should consume in the absence of need for a special diet.
**All health coaching is provided as applies to participating in an exercise program and is provided only within our specific scope of practice. Our scope of practice includes, but is not limited to: weight management, exercise for generally healthy populations, exercise for individuals with medically controlled conditions, exercise for people recovering from injury, exercise for people with disabilities, exercise for seniors, exercise for minors, exercise for athletes, and the various health considerations which may affect an exercise program for people of all populations.