Interested in working with a personal trainer? Take a look at the trainers we have below.
Each of them offers an introductory package of 3 personal training sessions for only $149!
For contact information, please see someone at the front desk or call (802) 985-4410.
Rayne has been a successful personal trainer, life fitness coach, race director, and health club general manager for the past 15 years. His success as a trainer can be attributed to his extensive training knowledge, overall positive and energetic approach, and his ability to motivate. Rayne can design individual or group programs for fitness and/or recovery. As an established triathlete, Rayne specializes in strength, core, functional, and cardiovascular training for all age groups. He is an AFAA Certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor in Pilates, Spinning, Yogafit, Circuit Training, and Nordic Walking. Rayne founded the Shelburne Athletic Club in 1998 and is extremely happy to bring his experience and enthusiasm to Shelburne Health & Fitness.
Miles was born and raised in Vermont. A multiple sport athlete his entire life, his passion for athletics, health and fitness continued as he sought an edge over other athletes. At the age of 14 he began strength training. After a three sport varsity career in HS, he looked to further his knowledge in health and fitness.
Miles enrolled at The University of Vermont where he played club baseball for three years, as well as holding the club baseball president position his senior year. In 2012 he graduated with a BS in Nutrition & Food Sciences. Relevant courses of study included:
• Obesity, Weight Control & Fitness
• Sports Nutrition
• Exercise, Fitness & Health
• Nutritional Biochemistry
• Science of Strength Training & Conditioning
Miles then decided to take his education to the next level and in 2014 moved to North Carolina to attend East Carolina University to study exercise physiology.
During his time at ECU he worked as a research assistant for the ENHANCED by Mom study. This study looked at the extent of benefits of exercise training (aerobic, circuit, and resistance) during pregnancy on maternal, fetal, and neonatal outcomes. His culminating research project focused on the effect of aerobic exercise during pregnancy on infant body fat composition. In 2016 he graduated with a MS in Kinesiology, concentration Exercise Physiology.
Relevant courses of study included:
• Physiology of Exercise
• Theory and Techniques in Bioenergetics
• Cardiopulmonary Physiology
• Advanced Exercise Prescription
• Physical Activity & Aging
• Sports Psychology
• Motor Learning
• Nutrition & Exercise
During his time at ECU he studied to become a certified strength trainer. In 2016 he became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Following his certification he worked for 4 months at Premiere Strength and Performance under the supervision of one of the top independent strength and conditioning coaches in the area, Joey Besl.
Miles currently resides in South Burlington, VT. He continues to play baseball during the summer, enjoys skiing, hiking, swimming, basketball, and of course strength training.
Ann has been working in the fitness industry for 30 years starting as an aerobic instructor and personal trainer and eventually owning her own gym “The Body Garage” before landing at SH&F. She has experience working with every fitness level from de-conditioned people to the elite athlete and post rehab clientele.She believes fitness and nutrition are a lifestyle. Get into the gym to improve your sport, prevent injury and feel better! Cross training is important. Routines should be mixed up to prevent overuse and boredom.When Ann is not in the gym training a client or teaching a class she is outdoors skiing, road or mountain biking, running or trying to keep up with her 4 kids! Her philosophy is play a lot and burn a lot! Calories in versus calories out. Stay fit and have fun doing it!