Thank you for taking the time to find out more about RobZFitness and our personal training programs. We offer personalized training programs for long-term success that are results oriented.
We are a private personal training fitness studio located in Valrico, Florida in the Lithia Crossing Shopping Plaza. With 2,400 sq ft. state of the art equipment and a proven training program that gets results!
We are your only personal training studio you should consider training at. Stop trying to do it on your own and never getting results. Let us show you the natural and right way to get results! By joining, you will be given all the proven health strategies and advice you need. My 100+ testimonial page will provide all the proof you need. If your looking for the quick fix, the cheapest trainer or studio with inexperienced trainers…we are NOT the place for you! We want clients like yourself who want proven results, flexible hours and a plan of action that will inspire you to get into the best shape of your life. I have over 24 years of personal training experience and education to pass along to you. My training staff have a combined 20 years of practice. We are your fitness training headquarters. Read Complete Story! »
Don’t let your kids sit in front of the electronics for the whole summer!
Bring them to “Kids Boot Camp“
An hour of fun fitness that will keep your children fit and active in a safe environment!
STRENGTH * ENDURANCE * HEALTHY
LIFESTYLE * FUN * FRIENDS * CONFIDENCE * TEAMWORK
June and July sessions available for boys and girls, ages 8 – 14
Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-5pm
Aerobics/Group Fitness Classes
Flab Life vs Fit Life?
There’s a perfectly sane explanation as to why most people say they want to be fit, and yet only a very small percentage actually are fit. Most of us, instead, are firmly cemented in the Flab Life rather than the Fit Life.
Why is this? Because the Fit Life is hard.
Want to know just how hard it is to lose the flab due to full immersion into the Fit Life? Here’s a glimpse into the Habits of Being Fit:
Fit Habit #1: Exercise Daily
The truly fit among us choose to hit the gym instead of getting extra sleep, watching TV or doing whatever else it is that you’d rather be doing. Exercise is a daily habit that simply becomes a way of life, rather than a task that’s begrudgingly undertaken on occasion. Those who adhere to the Fit Life incorporate challenging exercise into their lives so often that – gasp – they begin to enjoy and look forward to it!
Back to School Meltdown28 Day Back to School Meltdown #3
New Challenge #3 starts Monday, Oct 17 – Nov 12 It’s that time of year again where kids are back to school, travel is over and you ate, you drank, you relaxed and then you ate some more. And now it’s time to face the music. As you woke up this morning after for some months of less-than-healthy eating this summer… Your body is puffy and bloated. Your joints are achy. Your clothes feel tight. Maybe you are feeling that way right now. Now is the PERFECT time to start eating better and working out that body. Today I’m officially announcing that we are opening up enrollment for our New 28 Back to School Meltdown Bootcamp Challenge #3. Our three classes will start at 6:00am, 8:30am & 9:30am (one or both), and 7:00pm (1 spot open). I must also tell...
Fitness Tip #6
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Current TestimonialPaul & Michelle Ayres
“We have realized that diets alone do not work” Like so many married couples – life got the best of us. We were happy going about our daily activities not thinking too much about healthy eating or living. Three kids later and in 2006 Paul was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma sent our lives upside down. Our daily activities and concerns shifted from running errands to making multiple... Read more
Article Written by RobZFitness TrainerThe Skinny on Burning Body Fat
Pop quiz: Which would you say is more effective at reducing body fat- aerobic exercise or resistance training? If you chose aerobic exercise you would be among the 99% of the population who would fail this quiz. Let’s break down the misconception. Because aerobic exercise promotes cardiovascular health,... Read Article