Mark Brackenhoff

National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer
International Sports Science Association (ISSA) Certified Personal Trainer
Mark is a strong believer that the lifestyle choices we make outside the gym affect our fitness and health as much as the decisions we make inside the gym. In other words, he truly believes in the METHOD 165 philosophy: there are 168 hours in a week, if you spend three of them with your trainer, the other 165 are up to you and it’s your responsibility to make the right choices to keep fit and healthy.

Mark specializes in functional strength, endurance, conditioning, durability, weight loss, muscle gain, performance diet & nutrition, and injury prevention through a strong, healthy body.

Mark has been a competitive athlete and fitness enthusiast for over 35 years. He was a two-time Hawaii high school state track and field champion and continued his athletic career into college and beyond. Continuing his passion for competitive athletics, he has trained in Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Boxing, and hiked to the summit of the continental United States’ highest mountain (Mt. Whitney) five times.

Mark has served over 27 years in the United States Armed Forces and is a recognized expert in military/tactical fitness.

 

 

Dominic Brackenhoff

Dominic’s discipline in his training and diet is almost legendary and it shows in his body. Dominic is super-lean year-round and almost never misses a workout. His diet is clean and healthy except for the occasional “cheat day.” Dominic is a strong believer that your nutrition and consistency in training are the keys to success in athletics, as well as general health and wellness. Need help in the discipline and motivation department? Look no further than Dominic.

Dominic was a high school standout athlete, qualifying for the California state wrestling tournament in only his sophomore year, as well as being a starting wide receiver on his football team. After moving to Illinois his junior year, Dominic resumed his high school football career, earning all-conference honors as a wide receiver and as a special teams kickoff/punt returner. In the off-season, Dominic boxed for Luyando Boxing Club, quickly becoming a top athlete at the club. Now in college, Dominic is majoring in Kinesiology, with his sights set on a doctorate in physical therapy. In addition to being a college student, Dominic is now a licensed amateur boxer, actively competing in Illinois Golden Gloves amateur tournaments. One of Dominic’s many claims to fame is his explosive strength to weight ratio and tremendous agility. Dominic is a huge believer in perfect exercise technique and adherence to a clean diet. Dominic has been a student of human performance and nutrition for years as well as being a certified personal trainer.