Personal Training

Need some help accomplishing your fitness goals? Campus Recreation offers personal training programs that allow you to work out under the supervision and expertise of a certified personal trainer.

Towson Campus Recreation Personal Trainer

What do I gain from working with a personal trainer? 

  • An individualized program for your specific needs and goals
  • Individual attention and feedback
  • The opportunity to enhance performance when you’ve reached a plateau

Individual Training Package Options

  • Bronze: 3 sessions, $60 student/$75 non-student
  • Silver: 5 sessions, $85 student/$105 non-student
  • Gold: 10 sessions, $155 student/$195 non-student
  • Tiger: 15 sessions, $225 student/$280 non-student

Group Training/Two Person Package Options

  • Bronze: 3 sessions, $90 ($45/person) 
  • Silver: 5 sessions, $140 ($70/person)
  • Gold: 8 sessions, $210 ($105/person)
  • Tiger: 10 sessions, $260 ($130/person) 

How to Sign Up

  1. Complete this personal training registration packet, or pick up a packet in the Main Office (Burdick 148). 
  2. Completed packets should be turned in to the Main Office (Burdick 148) or to Eric Barron (Burdick 122)
  3. You will be assigned a Personal Trainer once the packet is reviewed. If there is not a Personal Trainer currently available or you are on a wait list, you will be notified. 
  4. Your assigned Personal Trainer will contact you to set up your first consultation/fitness assessment.
  5. Come dressed to work out for your first session. Please, no jeans or open-toed shoes.
  6. Payment will be made at your first session in the Main Office (Burdick 148). Acceptable forms of payment are Credit Card and Retail Points ONLY.

For more information contact Eric Barron,  or 410-704-5360. 

 

Meet The Trainers

Hassan Barnes
  • Certified Personal Trainer, National Strength Professionals Association (NSPA)
  • American Red Cross Professional Rescuer CPR/AED/First Aid Certified
  • Major: Clinical Psychology

In Hassan's Words: 

Seeing people chase goals and achieve them is a great feeling. Whether it's an achievement of my own or another person's, perseverance through any adversity can make a person better.

These are the reasons why I have become a personal trainer. The assistance in the success of others have always been a dream of mine.

I first got my start with fitness in high school. As a three sport athlete, I basically lived in the weight room. Being around the weight room and also being on teams have truly helped me become a strong team player. 

I understand that everyone has different needs, wants, and limits. I can be fiery when I need to. I can also push another person to a point of success, without going over the top. I'm also very understanding and emotionally intelligent.

Ethan Williams
  • Certified Personal Trainer, National Academy of Sports Medicine
  • American Red Cross Professional Rescuer CPR/AED/First Aid Certified
  • Major: Exercise Science

In Ethan's Words:

Growing up, I played every sport that I could. When I began I school, I focused on ice hockey. Not sure what I wanted to do, I thought I wanted to follow my brother’s footsteps into engineering. I soon realized that my passion was in sports performance and the idea of helping others reach their highest potential regardless of where they start. I love to push my own physical limits and share that energy of success with others.

Between graduating high school and coming to Towson University, I took no time off working toward my personal trainer certification and to further help me in reaching my goal of being a strength and conditioning coach in the National Hockey League.