In home and outdoor personal training in Honolulu

Amy Forsyth - 808-783-2558

Honolulu, Hawaii 96826

Trains both men and women.

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  • Strength Building
  • Weight Loss
  • Body Sculpting

Training Locations

  • home
  • work
  • outdoors


  • CPT
  • American Red Cross CPR and First Aid

Personal Trainer Overview

Using the services of a personal trainer is one of the most efficient ways to achieve your fitness goals. I create individual programs tailored to each client’s current physical abilities and objectives. Whether you are interested in losing weight, improving your functional mobility, or just improving your physical health generally, I can work with you to design a program that works for you. In addition, I understand that with your already over-scheduled life, it can be difficult to make it to the gym or studio. That is why I perform all my personal training services in your own home or at an outdoor location convenient for you. I also offer small group training if you are interested in working out with a stronger support system at a significantly discounted rate. I also run some bootcamp style classes for women in Manoa Valley and Aina Haina.. The class consists of a variety of strength training, high intensity cardio, core conditioning, plyometrics, and Pilates-based exercises. I design the class so that no matter your current fitness level, you will be challenged by the workouts. Things can be ramped up or down if necessary. Every day is different from the one before, so you won't get bored and you muscles will constantly be challenged in new ways. It's tough, but also fun, and the small group dynamic is extremely supportive.

Training Philosophy



My name is Amy Forsyth, and I am a NESTA certified personal fitness trainer and fitness nutrition coach. I specialize in helping women achieve their individual health and fitness goals by creating effective and efficient programs tailored to each of my client’s current fitness level and lifestyle. I was not always so health conscious. After college I found myself far too caught up in the demands of my full time job and social schedule to care about such things as exercise and nutrition. I don’t know exactly how much I weighed at my heaviest point; I eventually stopped getting on the scale. I was extremely unhappy with the way I looked and how tired and sluggish I felt all the time.I started making small changes in my diet and behavior. I started seriously training instead of inconsistently doing moderate aerobics. I lost about 50 pounds and decided I wanted to help other women who wanted to improve their health and fitness but weren’t sure how to do it on their own. I understand that making the commitment to live a healthier life is not always easy or convenient, but the rewards are well worth it.