Owner / Personal Trainer / S&C Coach
B.S. Exercise Science
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)
Certified Personal Trainer (ACSM)
Kyle Anderson is the owner and head coach of Anderson Sport and Fitness. As a certified personal trainer (ACSM) and strength and conditioning specialist (NSCA) he has worked with a wide range of clients from the average person looking to drop a few pounds to high-level high school and college athletes. Coach Anderson believes that every person, not just elite athletes, deserves an evidence-based exercise program that is grounded in scientific principles. As a movement educator, Kyle sees to it that in a matter of a few sessions you will be moving better, feeling better, and learning quite a bit.
FUN FACTS ABOUT KYLE:
-Looks like he's 16, is actually almost 30.
-Has the best dog in the world, Luke. Willing to argue about it.
-Not often seen without coffee or food.
-Ex marathon runner, triathlete
-Current powerlifter / loves irony
My Coaching Style
5 Promises that I make to every client
1. I will always tell you the truth, even if it isn't what you want to hear. A big part of my job is educating you and showing you how to improve yourself. You should come to me to learn, not for validation.
2. I will never yell, belittle, or make you feel bad when you do something wrong. I am a coach, not a drill sergeant. If you want to be yelled at while you train, please seek help elsewhere.
3. I will not be your blind cheerleader either. I will support and encourage you through each and every exercise set, and I'll hype you up big time when needed, but I gave up my pom-poms years ago. If you are looking for a coach to hoot and holler every single time you press a dumbbell, I am not your guy.
4. I will never make your workout about me. When we are together, it is your time. Don't get me wrong, I'm happy to talk and share about my life, but ultimately this is your time. We will use it in a way that is best for YOU.
5. I will always listen to your feedback and adjust accordingly to make your sessions both fun and productive. Training is hard work, but it shouldn't be torture.