Workout efficiently and effectively. Achieve results.

Lilian Kolodziej - 330-285-2754

Ravenna, Ohio 44266

Trains both men and women.

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  • Strength Building
  • Weight Loss
  • Pilates
  • Aerobics
  • Body Sculpting

Training Locations

  • home
  • gym
  • outdoors


  • AFAA: Personal Trainer Group Fitness Instructor FiTOUR: Primary Pilates NETA: BenderBall Specialty Certification AHA: CPR
  • Basic First Aid

Personal Trainer Overview

My training method starts with a fitness assessment to get to know the client, his/her general health/medical history and his/her lifestyle. The result of the fitness assessment will then guide me to create a customized workout program that fits the client's need.

Training Philosophy

Fitness is not just exercising - it's a lifestyle change. To me, personal training is not about pushing someone hard, it's about working out at an effective training level to attain fitness goals. Helping you promote your state of wellness is my goal. When applicable, I use a variety of cardio exercises, different methods of weight and resistance training and stretching.


Currently teaching the following classes: Aerobics and SilverSneakers, Ravenna Athletic Center, Ravenna, Ohio; Pilates, Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio (fall and winter sessions) Water Aerobics, TLC Fitness in Garrettsville, Ohio Personal Training, Ravenna Athletic Center, Hiram College Private Personal Training Sessions Workshops completed: SilverSneakers Muscular Strength and Range of Movement SilverSneakers Cardio Circuit AFAA Practical Pilates Midlife Fitness for Women


My fitness career started when my children were in school and active in sports and performing arts. I started taking aerobics classes in a gym in the Philippines and later on became a part time instructor. I took ballroom dancing as well. When I immigrated to the U.S.A., I worked as an administrative assistant for 4 years. I then decided to join the fitness industry and never regretted it. Nothing is more rewarding than helping a person improve their quality of life by being fit and healthy. While challenging, it is also very rewarding to work woth people with health problems. To hear that I gave them a good workout is the best reward of all.