OUR FITNESS TEAM
Owner & Fitness Coach
Adam Goldberg earned a B.S. degree in psychology from Penn State University. Adam is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) as a personal trainer and corrective exercise specialist. He’s also certified by the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) in Level 1 and Level 2 Fitness. In addition, Adam is a certified mobility specialist in Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) and Kinstretch.
Adam’s professional experience began when he worked for an elite tennis program and consulted for personal training teams at prestigious country clubs. He then went on to work for two luxury fitness clubs, Motion Fitness and Equinox. He now has his own health and wellness company, MBI Fitness.
Since starting his own venture, Adam was selected as a founding member of the Men’s Health Fitness Council. In addition, he has been featured by Men’s Health, Centre Daily Times, Perform Better, Dr. Joy Show, and Statecollege.com. He's been invited to be a guest presenter for Penn State University on exercise psychology and golf fitness.
Through personal and professional experience in the fitness and mental health industries, Adam has developed a plan to fuse the two together for a more wholesome approach to self-improvement.
Austin Steigerwalt is a personal trainer certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, certified mobility specialist in Functional Range Conditioning, and has an academic background in nutritional science. His particular areas of interest include strength and muscular development as well as nutritional aspects of fitness and wellness.
Austin first got into fitness based upon his own desires to lose body fat, build muscle, and develop an overall more aesthetic and healthier physique. He has been on his personal fitness journey for over 6 years. Given his personal experience, ongoing education, and understanding of the current scientific literature he is eager to provide structure, guidance, and motivation for clients. His fitness journey, empathy towards clients, and desire to promote an evidence based approach to training brings a very high degree of value to the team.
Personal training is a team driven narrative, and Austin looks forward to working with all who desire to embark on a fitness journey. His goal is to help clients achieve their personal aspirations in training whilst always keeping their health and well-being paramount throughout the process.
Leann Dillon is a personal trainer certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is a registered nurse at Mount Nittany Medical Center and earned her degree from Mount Aloysius College.
Leann’s interest in fitness began 10 years ago when she was concerned about her overall health. She became dedicated to living an active lifestyle and started going to the gym almost everyday. This interest blossomed into a passion to motivate and encourage others.
With her consistent work ethic in gym, she decided to compete in the National Gym Association, Figure Division where she placed and medalled in several classes. Leann also loves to take her fitness training outside and has participated in numerous 5K’s in the area.
She is eager to share her knowledge and experience in the medical field and combine it with all areas of fitness, especially with those who want to begin or advance their confidence in strength training.
Max Norris graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.S. in biomedical engineering. He later earned a Master of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Kentucky, with a specialization in exercise physiology. Max is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Max has a personal interest in strength training, hypertrophy development, and emphasizing training that will facilitate daily functionality.
Max first developed an interest in the health and fitness field after years of varsity wrestling in high school and seeking to stay fit as he entered college. His passion, however, stemmed from the misinformation and lack of accountability that plagues the health and fitness industry. Max seeks to combat this misinformation and help people along their fitness journey by continuing his education, obtaining professional certifications, staying up to date on current scientific literature, and acquiring personal training experience. In addition, Max is serious about his own training and overall health, wanting to lead clients by example.
Max is eager and motivated to train anyone wanting to improve their overall health while educating his clients throughout their fitness journey. Max strives to help each client feel as though they are doing more walking into a gym and completing a “chore”. Instead, Max wants each client to enjoy their training experience, feel they are progressing towards their overall health goals, and feel they are developing the skills they will need to ultimately have a healthy lifestyle.