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Shawn Farber - (405) 412-2181

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73170

Trains both men and women.

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  • Strength Building
  • Weight Loss
  • Sports Conditioning

Training Locations

  • home
  • work
  • gym
  • studio
  • outdoor


  • International Sports Science Association Air Force Physical Training Leader

Personal Trainer Overview

Fitness goals are not just about your time working out. It is a 24 hour a day battle to meet your goal. Just having a training take you through a workout is not enough. You need someone that will educate you on all things that have to do with fitness.

Training Philosophy

I believe in using multiple training practices. I want to keep the workouts new and exciting. Weightlifting, bodyweight, kettlebells, medicine balls, boxing, kick boxing, agility and sports training are just some of the ways I train clients. This keeps clients, and myself, motivated because every training session is new. The best part is these workouts can be done anywhere, anytime. On your schedule and in a convenient location for you. YOUR training on YOUR terms to meet YOUR goal.


I am currently enrolled at Southwestern Christian University for Health and Sports Management. I am the strength and conditioning coach for the men's varsity basketball team and spent 9 years training Air Force personnel on physical conditioning.


I spent 11 years active Air Force before I transferred to the Oklahoma Air National Guard. During this time I have spend 9 years training Air Force members on physical fitness standards to include leading them in physical training sessions and preparing them to meet high physical fitness standards. I was the strength and conditioning coach for Onpoint hoops, a semi-pro basketball team, and now the same position for Southwestern Christian men's basketball team. I have trained several athletes from almost every kind of sport you can think of. Besides training athletes I have extensive experience training people of all types. I believe in educating my clients instead of just counting reps.