Kevin Glor, Midtown Personal Trainer since 2002, is taking on your health and fitness questions this month.
Kevin has been involved in fitness and sports his entire life. He comes from an athletic family, and graduated with a degree in Exercise Physiology in 2002. He then started his career at Midtown. Kevin became NFPT, ACE, USBA, and CPR/AED certified with a specialty in weight loss and strength and conditioning. He enjoys training all levels of fitness and helping people achieve their goals.
His favorite part about training members is the positive impact he has on members’ lives.
Kevin says, “Many people go to work and punch in and punch out without much satisfaction other than a paycheck at the end of the week. At Midtown, I’m able to help people get healthier and encourage them to make the most out of each day. I have had a lot of clients transform their bodies and reach goals they never thought they could achieve.”MORE
April has featured less-than-ideal weather conditions. It’s been cold. It’s been rainy. And windy. It’s even snowed a few times.
In other words, it’s been a typical Rochester April.
And yet “summer” at the club began over three weeks ago, when the pool opened in high style with the Blue Whale/Blue Lips Pool Party. If you haven’t yet seen the photos from the event, you must check them out on our Facebook page.MORE
We have the best facilities, the most talented pros, and of course, the greatest players in the city. My four-year-old daughter, who has been taking lessons with the incredible Peggy Schuster for the past eight months, is one of them. Venus and Serena? Watch your backs.
The club has also been recognized by the USTA (United States Tennis Association) as a pioneer in the field of 10 and Under Tennis.MORE