Welcome to Strength Studio Pro

Hi everybody! My name is Connor Amundson and I'm a personal trainer with an NCCA accredited certification from the NCSF (National Council of Strength and Fitness) and I'm also a college student from southeastern Wisconsin.

So I am able to train a variety of unique individuals from almost all walks of life. I have 7 years of aerobic training and 5 years of lifting experience under my belt. I specialize in Strength Training, lean muscle mass progress and fat loss. I currently provide at home training/health coaching services! .



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Pricing

Personal Training

30 min (1 ON 1)

 

$35

  • 1 x sessions a week ($35/week, $70 bi weekly)
  • 2 x sessions a week ($70/week, $140 bi weekly)
  • 3 x sessions a week (105/week, $210 bi weekly)
  • 4 x sessions a week ($140/week, $280 bi weekly)
  • The 5th session is free if you already pay for four sessions.
Personal Training

45 min (1 ON 1)

 

$50

  • 1 x session a week ($50/week, $100 bi weekly)
  • 2 x sessions a week ($100/week, $200 bi weekly)
  • 3 x sessions a week ($150/week, $300 bi weekly)
  • 4 x sessions a week ($200/week, $400 bi weekly)
  • The 5th session is free if you already pay for four sessions.
Group Training (2-6 People)

45 Min (2-6 People)

 

$35

Online Training is now Available

 

  • Customized Training Program
  • Calorie and Macro Split
  • Specific Meal Plan is optional

Connor Amundson

The constant research and application of reliable and useful information from experts that makes a personal trainer credible and knowledgeable. That in itself is more valuable than any certification or degree one could acquire. I practice what I preach by constantly studying up to date information researched by experts while also attending college.

Connor Amundson


Connor's Articles

Grip Training for Chin-up and Pull-up Progress

December 09, 2017

The Most Overlooked Exercise for Increasing Chin-up and Pull-up Strength.

            When someone thinks of performing a chin-up or pull-up they more often than not think of how to improve the strength of the primary movers that are incorporated with the chin-up or pull-up. brachialis, brachioradialis, biceps brachii, latissimus dorsi, trapezius, etc. Those are great and all, but they're certainly not overlooked by any means.

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