EverFit In The News

 

EverFit leads clients on healthy path

Livingston Daily Press & Argus

Mike Lammi – 10:02 p.m. EDT September 21, 2014

Sue Stevenson EverFit Personal Trainer in Brighton trains client Jean Pascoe on the pilates reformer.

Beth Rzendzian has been always been interested in fitness and the human body.

The Howell High School graduate earned a degree in kinesiology from Michigan State University and launched EverFit several years ago, working with local gyms and providing in-home training sessions to individual clients.

Rzendzian, 32, now has her own facility, where she and her team of trainers focus on weight loss, body performance and function, and wellness coaching, often working with clients who have had injuries or surgeries.

EverFit Training Studio opened its doors this summer in the Green Oak Village Place shopping center in Green Oak Township. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and a grand-opening celebration are set for Friday and Saturday, respectively.

EverFit, Rzendzian said, takes a team approach to helping clients reach their goals.

“Most people who walk in the door say they want to lose weight or they want to tone up so they feel better. And then we find out how are we going to get you there,” Rzendzian said.

Those who want to lose weight may be surprised at what they won’t find at EverFit.

EverFit Training Studio TRX Suspension Training Workout

Gillis Benedict takes photos of our trainers in session with clients. Mich Thebolt Certified Personal Trainer & Health Coach for EverFit Personal Training in Brighton trains Carolyn LaPan on TRX Suspension Training

“We don’t even own a scale here,” Rzendzian said. “Basically, we want to see body change, we want to get people thinking of a healthier way of weight loss where they are not obsessed with the scale. The scale only tells half the story.”

To help its clients reach their goals, EverFit provides a variety of tools such as specialized group training sessions, group and one-on-one training sessions, and nutritional consulting.

A lot of EverFit’s equipment is Pilates-based, Rzendzian said. The fitness studio also boasts unique features such as aerial yoga sessions and a HydroMassage table.

Motivation and commitment are two of the keys to success, Rzendzian said.

“People coming to me are those people who have been kind of spinning their wheels and they need that next step … to make the commitment. They are going to make that commitment to themselves and to us,” she said.

EverFit often works with post-surgical patients.

“Some of our most common ones are knee and hip replacements, and shoulders,” Rzendzian said. “We work with a lot of people who have had those surgeries. Usually it’s when they are done with their physical therapists.”

Other clients simply want to maintain their level of fitness and well-being.

“A lot of our people are 40-plus or 50-plus years old, and they just want to feel good when they work out. They don’t want to be hurt,” she said.

Trainer Sue Stevenson specializes in working with clients who have physical ailments. Stevenson brought a lot of exercise equipment, as well has her more than 25 years of experience, to EverFit because she wanted to work with Rzendzian.

“We have the same philosophy,” Stevenson said. “We’re both interested in keeping the clients’ benefits at heart.“

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Deb Keller EverFit Trainer is in session with client Christy at EverFit Training Personal Training in Brighton.

To learn more about EverFit Training Studio, call 810-225-4529 or visit http://www.ever­fitstudio.com.

Contact Daily Press & Argus business editor Mike Lammi at 517-552-2854 or at mlammi@gannett.com.

EverFit Training Studio, 9835 Village Place Blvd. in the Green Oak Village Place shopping center in Green Oak Township, will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce from 4-6 p.m. Friday. EverFit will have a grand-opening celebration from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Attendees can see a preview of specialized training sessions and check out nutrition demonstrations. There will also be raffles and prizes. For more information, call 810-225-4529 or visit http://www.everfitstudio.com.

 

 

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