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.

We now offer a dedicated space for personal trainers and their clients.

Personal Trainer with client

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, $72 student/$90 non-student
  • Silver: 5 sessions, $102 student/$123 non-student
  • Gold: 10 sessions, $186 student/$234 non-student
  • Tiger: 15 sessions, $270 student/$336 non-student

Group Training/Two Person Package Options

  • Bronze: 3 sessions, $108 ($54/person) 
  • Silver: 5 sessions, $186 ($93/person)
  • Gold: 8 sessions, $252 ($126/person)
  • Tiger: 10 sessions, $312 ($156/person) 

How to Sign Up

  1. Complete this personal training registration packet, or pick up a packet at Membership & Guest Services. 
  2. Completed packets should be turned in to Membership & Guest Services or to Eric Barron (Burdick 251H)
  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. After you have been assigned a trainer, payment can be made on the TU Campus Rec Portal or at Membership & Guest Services. 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.

Bryan Sweeney 

Stay tuned for Bryan's biography!

Mariyah Thompson

Stay tuned for Mariyah's biography!