Chris is a certified ISSA Personal Trainer, Road Runners Club of America Coach, Certified in Active Stretching, USA Level 1 Track and Field Coach and Swim Coach. Chris has always had a love for fitness and spends two hours a day working out between running, weight training and core.
The approach Chris takes with his clients is supportive and individualized with a training schedule set up specifically to meet their needs and lifestyle. He believes this is practical in order for the client to have the highest level of success.
Chris is an ELITE endurance and weightloss coach! If you're looking to lose weight and take your game to the next level, you have come to the right place! Looking to run your first 5K, half marathon, marathon or the famous (Warrior Dash) mud/obstacle courses? Chris can design a day-to-day program that includes a combination of cardio, strength and core training.
CORE is a vital part of all your body movements and daily activities. No matter which results you are seeking to achieve Chris will focus on helping you build a stronger core. Whether you're seeking to get fit and lose weight or just keep yourself healthy, Chris can design and push you through a program to reach new heights youth through seniors!
ISSA Elite Trainer, RRCA Certified Running Coach, USA Track and Field Level 1, Active Isolated Stretching Technician
AAS in Recreation Management
Training Areas Served
In-home or Outdoor Personal Training
Chris coached and trained me for over 2 years. My workout routines had become repetitive and boring and I needed to change it up. Chris designed a program for me that was challenging yet do-able around my busy day to day schedule. He kept it fresh and was always very responsive to me needs. I lost weight, felt better and surpassed my goals! I highly recommend Chris!
Chris Tuttle was one of the best coaches I ever had. His training schedules were very accurate and flexible. I became a better runner because of him. He helped me bring down my times and learn how to really pace myself and know when to push myself in races. He taught me a lot about running that I didn't know. Most of running is mental. Hence, why you always have to think positive to be a good runner. He knows what he is doing and that's what makes him such a great coach. If it wasn't for him I wouldn't be where I am at with my running today. I will always be thankful for him.