Personal Training Instructor Bios

David Smith

Class Types: Personal Training

About David: David came to Utah to seek refuge from the city and stumbled upon Weber State University. Feeling a calling to help others help themselves, David began his career in Personal Training while a student at Weber State. His training philosophy is to leave each client feeling more confident and less stressed after every training session. David can't wait to hear your story and start helping you work toward your goals!

Joe Mitchell

Class Types: Personal Training

About Joe: Joe hails from North Carolina with a B.S. in Physical Education from Mars Hill University. After serving in the United States Air Force for 11 years, Joe has been helping lots of people reach their fitness goals. He is a Certified Personal Trainer with the International Fitness Professionals Association. He has 20 years of training experience, including strength training for kids and young adults,functional cross training, and Senior fitness. Joe is looking forward to "helping you help you"!

Nate Gee

Class Types: Personal Training

About Nate: Nate is a Master Massage Therapist, NASM Certified Personal Trainer, and barefoot runner. He's working on his BS in Athletic Therapy and plans on becoming a Physical Therapist on his path to world domination. He believes that health and balance begin with an aligned and properly functioning body.

Susan Myer

Class Types: Personal Training

About Susan: Susan is from the state of Washington but has lived all over the west coast & briefly in KY. She earned her B.A. & M.S. at Eastern Washington University in Recreation Management. She is currently certified with the National Council of Strength & Fitness (NCSF) & has been training clients of all ages. Susan has been a swim team coach, water aerobics instructor & swim instructor for over 30 years. She is extremely active and loves hiking, biking, horseback riding, snow skiing, power walking, running, weight training...& at age 45 she started competing in Figure Bodybuilding shows. “As long as I’m walking, I will be active!”