Elite Triangle Fitness
- Personal training
- Partner/group training
- H.I.I.T. class
- Fitness classes
“Knowing you have someone rooting for you makes getting the work done that much easier.”
In nature, the triangle is the strongest geometrical figure when it is balanced on all sides. At Elite Triangle Fitness, we create an open space for clients to develop each side of their own triangle with genuine support. Our trainers focus on the specific, unique needs of each client to ensure detailed results related to physical, mental and spiritual health.
A COMMUNITY GYM
I was born and raised in the South Bay, and I started Elite Triangle Fitness in July 2012 shortly after my brothers passing. I left corporate fitness and wanted to give back to the community that had given me so much, so I opened Elite Triangle Fitness. Our gym is a great place to work because we help other trainers focus on both their clients and personal goals without being stifled by life.
The #1 way we empower our clients to improve their own health is by programming challenging workouts to test their ability and being their biggest cheerleader throughout. As trainers, we encourage them in the gym and in other life endeavors. Health is a spectrum and requires constant adjustment and focus. It can be taxing at times. Knowing you have someone rooting for you makes getting the work done that much easier.
A FITNESS FAMILY
We are known for functional fitness practices and building a fitness family. Our community of members encourage, support and motivate one another. With a background in sports psychology, it is crucial for us to develop a positive relationship between client and practice.
SOUTH BAY NATIVE
I come from a big Italian family that has deep-rooted connections to the South Bay. Many of them still live here in the South Bay today. My three brothers, little sister and I grew up chasing each other outdoors or on the soccer field any chance we got. Sports were very important to us throughout our childhood.
When achieving a goal, focus on the mechanics not the aesthetics—in both exercise and life in general. First mechanics, then the aesthetics follow. We remind our clients about this a lot. Exercise is not a punishment because of something you cannot do, but a celebration of what you can do.