César Coss – Head Trainer & Business Manager

My name is César Coss and I am a Science and Spanish teacher.  Presently, in addition to teaching, I am a personal trainer.
Fitness has been my passion from early age and helping people to achieve their fitness goals is my ultimate goal.

I started working out at a very young age.  My workouts were in the back of my home using my uncle’s weights.  When reading magazine articles, I was mesmerized by the documentations and by viewing the pictures of the biggest body builders of all time such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferigno and Franko Columbo achieve their goals in bodybuilding and encounter such extraordinary results in their physique. Being inspired, not only to better my physical and health by body building myself, I felt obliged to share the extraordinary feeling and personal success in achieving these two by helping other people achieve their goals as well. I have been helping people achieve their goals for the last 15 years in the most natural and healthy way possible.  I know the feeling of being able to achieve one’s personal fitness goals, and my satisfaction is to see the faces of those when they reach their own.  I have yet not encountered better personal satisfaction than that.

Cesar pictured with 4x Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler.

Cesar pictured with Kai Green.

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Cesar pictured with 8x former Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman.

Cesar pictured with Victor Martinez.


Ryan Doud – Trainer

Hello, my name is Ryan Doud, and training is my passion.  As well as a fitness consultant, I provide language and business communication training services in a variety of fields.

What got me into fitness?  Pull ups!  My sophomore year of high school I was overweight and not very active, but I could do pull ups.  It was a small thing, but at our fitness tests that year, being noticed for my performance in that task motivated me to get more active.  Sometimes a little positive reinforcement is all it takes to get the ball rolling in the right direction.

Since then, fitness for various sports and activities has been a large part of my life.  I have worked with clients and friends to develop exercise and diet programs for organized runs, obstacle courses, strength training, and general wellness.  And I’m always learning!  Beyond building a strong knowledge base of my own, I have developed an invaluable network of specialists to help me better serve those I train.

The most important piece of advice I can give to those looking to change some aspect of their lifestyle or fitness level is that consistent action over time will always yield better results than sporadic, high intensity efforts.  Choose the direction you want to go, move steadily toward it, and you WILL reach your goal!

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Ryan pictured with strongest man Magnus when visiting Iceland in 2016.