Whether it's losing weight, toning up, building muscles, increasing stamina, or preparing for an event, our experienced, nationally-certified personal fitness trainers will help you reach your fitness goals.
Y trainers work with a variety of clientele including athletes, sedentary adults, and older adults. Our trainers can design a personalized training program specifically for you based on your individual profile. Call today to schedule!
Wolfgang Dworzak is an avid endurance sports enthusiast. Born in Salzburg Austria, he grew up in Colorado, where he learned about strength training, skiing, bicycling, and science. Wolfgang moved to New Mexico in 1975 to study chemical engineering. He retired from Los Alamos National Laboratory in 2008 and subsequently returned to school to obtain a degree in exercise science and a certificate in nutrition. In the 1980’s and early 1990’s he competed in powerlifting and bench press contests and then gravitated toward multisport racing. Since 1995 he has completed over 135 triathlons and duathlons, and was on the Team USA Duathlon Team from 2014 until 2020. Wolfgang earned an ACE Personal Trainer Certification in 2019 and was affiliated with Los Alamos Fitness Center until it’s closure in 2021.
Daniel Reass is an ACE certified personal trainer and AMGA single pitch instructor (climbing). Daniel is excited to teach a variety of new outdoor climbing classes through the Y. He’s been an instructor for 3 years and loves the community he’s found. He’s a fitness fanatic, spending a lot of his free time running, lifting, climbing, or doing gymnastics.
Bridget Wolf grew up in Huntington Beach, California and spent her summers body surfing and swimming competitively. She bicycled regularly, mostly long fun rides along the beach boardwalks with her friends. She found the joy in exercise at a young age and was always outside being active. Her interest in resistance training and core strength development came later in life during her recovery from an injury. She found that exercise gave her relief from pain and allowed her to participate once again in the outdoor recreational sports she loved. This experience prompted her to go back to school to study exercise science, where she became particularly interested in exercise physiology. She specializes in women’s fitness and has spent the last two years training clients with a focus on posture, mobility, movement, corrective exercises, alternative resistance training, weight training, and cardiorespiratory fitness. Bridget has an Associates of Applied Science degree in Exercise Science and is a certified personal trainer through the American Council on Exercise.