JASON + CHRISTINE  [Re·defined] Couple


Do you have any personal input about F[r] that you want to share with others?

All of the trainers at F[r] are amazing and will treat you like family. No matter what your reason is for being there, they will work hard to help you meet your goals. 

How has F[r] impacted your life

As parents F[r] has given us the ability, courage, strength and endurance to keep up with our kids!!!  We will participate in many recreational activities with them instead of just watching them. F[r] has also provided us with the knowledge of why healthy eating is so important. We no longer feel ill after eating and have eliminated many illnesses that we were previously dealing with.  

workout that you love to hate? 

Metabolism!!! All of the exercises are very physically demanding and seem impossible to complete, but the small class sizes ensure you get the attention and encouragement to get it done.  After class you feel dead tired, but with a great sense of accomplishment!



JENNI [Re·defined] Expecting Mom


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I have completely changed my lifestyle. I realized it is not a quick fix, it consists of a life-long process, and everyday I continue to learn.  I participate in 4-5 classes per week andone private personal training session.


The real turning point for me was the slim down and the nutrition education I received from the F[r] Team. I realized that I can’t just workout, it has to be a lifestyle change which takes time, consistency and dedication. 

What's amazing is that everything you need F[r] has, and they make it fun and encouraging, and most of all effective!  Give them a chance and they will change your life!


Family-oriented · Accountability · FUN!


EMILY [Re·defined] Professional Woman



How Has F[R] impacted your life?

Fitness [Re·defined] has changed my life for the better in so many different ways!  The very first thing that comes to mind when I think of how F[r] has impacted me is from a mental health standpoint.  I have suffered from symptomatic PVC’s (Premature Ventricular Contractions) for years.  These feisty little skipped beats can be quite debilitating both mentally and physically.  Over the years they have caused me to quit cheer-leading, quit exercising, and at times made me afraid to leave my house as I thought something terrible would happen to me. It has been a very long road trying to overcome this frustrating condition.  I had literally tried just about everything as well as being turned inside-out by multiple physicians, just to gain reassurance that I would be ok. 

I owe so much to the F[r] Team, who have all cheered me on and encouraged me so much along the way.  I feel forever grateful to F[r] for helping me to overcome this tremendous fear and helping to get my life back!

In addition to helping my mental well-being, I have been able to drastically change my body composition and feel better about myself in a bikini (I still have a ways to go), but I have so much more energy, stamina and overall confidence than ever before!

What have you learned from your F[R] experience?

I have learned that I can overcome even my biggest fear.  I truly always walked around petrified that my PVC’s were really going to cripple me.  I was terrified to exercise and any time I would feel a PVC (even only 5 minutes into a workout), I would just end my workout and leave the gym. Now I feel confident in the supervision I receive and am getting healthier all-around.

what services do you use?

I utilize all services F[r] offers including classes and personal training. My personal training has been invaluable to me. 


MATT [Re·defined] Professional Man



What brought you to Fitness Re·Defined?

My Dr. told me I needed to get myself straight. I was overweight and my cholesterol and triglycerides and BP were skyrocketing. I couldn't sleep well. I was also commissioned as an officer in the Navy Reserves and needed to get in shape. I came into Fitness [Re·defined] at 215 pounds believing I could reach 190, at best. I now live comfortably at 178 lbs.

nutrition tip

Drink less. Eat smart and more often. I was drinking too much wine so I cut it out and switched to drinking vodka in moderation. I switched to Starbucks unsweetened green tea and drink black coffee instead of a Frappuccino. I don’t even like cream and sugar anymore. I also learned to eat small meals more often in order to get my metabolism up. Now I eat throughout the day instead of a big lunch and dinner. I also reach for healthy snacks like nuts instead of chips. The team at F[r] wants to see everyone succeed and thrive and they know how to make it happen!

workout you love to hate

Timed metabolic intervals. My heart rate goes through the roof and it takes the most mental effort to continue. I know how good it feels when I am done so I stick with it!