We deliver the fastest and most effective way to achieve the lean, fit and pain-free body you want, in a motivating and supportive environment.
We provide one-on-one, semi-private and small group fitness training at Fitness Transform studio, located at 1213 State Street Suite K, in downtown Santa Barbara.
The advantage to personal or semi-private training is that the workouts are totally customized to your needs and goals. The benefit to training in a small group is that you get affordability and the sense of belonging to a team which can be highly motivating. Regardless of the approach you choose, we always begin with the fundamental movements and progress to more advanced drills while learning safe and effective lifting technique.
In your Fitness Transform sessions, you will be introduced to the Paleo approach to health and fitness. This method is based on the latest scientific research about the human genome and what eons of evolution tell us is best for health and exercise, that imitating the movement patterns and nutritional habits of early humans gives you the best advantage in accomplishing your fitness goals.
All Fitness Transform sessions begin with an assessment of how you perform the seven Primal movements: squat, lunge, push, pull, twist, bend and gait. Practicing these movements teaches you to move well and prepares you to train with the kettlebell, the ultimate functional training tool. This approach is your fastest route to a lean, muscular and vibrantly healthy body.
What are people saying about training at Fitness Transform?
“The Paleo diet pushes for a return to the ‘right way’ of living, and few of us are doing it as well as Santa Barbaran Mikki Reilly.” Santa Barbara Magazine, April 2013
“Mikki Reilly hits the nail on the head! She not only talks the talk and walks the walk, her plan will show you how to become a leaner, fitter you.”Drs. Michael and Mary Dan Eades, authors of Protein Power (Bantam 1996)
“If you want to look and feel younger, increase strength, and eat an anti-inflammation primal diet that is fairly easy to maintain, this guide might just get you out of your cave and on the right track.” Tucson Citizen, 4/8/13