Results Oriented Personal Trainer

Robert McDaniel - (404) 934-0929

Kennesaw, Georgia 30144

Trains both men and women.

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  • Strength Building
  • Body Building
  • Weight Loss
  • Rehabilitation
  • Aerobics
  • Body Sculpting
  • Plyometrics

Training Locations

  • home
  • work
  • outdoor



Personal Trainer Overview

Fitness and working out should be something you look forward to by making it fun! By no means does this mean you don't take training seriously. It requires time and commitment along with customized and organized training programs. A lot of trainers have knowledge, but few practice it themselves. Correct form and order of exercises are extremely important, as well as, continually changing up the program to keep things fresh and exciting! I do this myself, because I get bored doing the same old exercises of three sets of ten reps!

Training Philosophy

Being "fit" means many different things to every individual, which is where there is no "one size fits all" approach that works. One of the biggest reasons people quite working out or going to the gym is that they no longer find it fun or enjoyable or have a hard time seeing results. By engaging in different exercises, equipment, techniques, and keeping this fresh, it makes it easy to stay motivated and see improvements. Your body adapts to the training you are doing and you have to continue to "stress" the muscles and your body in order to continually see progress. This is what I take pride in, keep exercising fun and interesting with an emphasis on results! That is what we are all looking for and it can be achieved differently by each individual.


College graduate of Kennesaw State University with a B.B.A College Athlete Two time rehab athlete from separate surgeries


I have been an athlete ever since middle school and play college baseball, where my fitness journey really began. I learned a lot in my physical fitness from those days and realized right away that every individual is different and training should adhere to that. One of the other things that I have that a lot of other don't is my experience building up my body from the ground up twice. I have elbow surgery in high school and shoulder surgery my second year of college baseball. Both times I had to start out with barely being able to do 5 push ups after 8 months of rehab. Takes time, patience, and hard work, but it can be achieved! I understand how to get where you want to be and what it feels like to not be where you want to be!