Noted for creating some of the finest, strongest and most injury-free bodies in the biz, Neil is one of the most sought after fitness experts in the nation. His innovative methods and techniques have been featured world-wide in every form of media.
Neil is a highly successful 20 year veteran personal trainer. He figures (conservatively) that he has personally conducted over 50,000 one-on-one personal training sessions. This does not count the thousands of people he has trained in groups. During this time he achieved a degree in Exercise Science from Utah State University and has attained more than 13 professional certifications. He is the official team trainer for the Utah Jazz Dancers, University of Utah Dancers and Utah Blaze Dancers. He credits his years of medical training (physical therapy and cardiac rehab) for his unique understanding of the human body.
Neil's nationally registered and trademarked GPP Fitness concept has helped thousands of people world-wide improve their health, their fitness and their lifestyle.
A few snapshots, numbers on a scale, jobs, or paragraphs do not make a person. I am not my bio just as you are not yours. In six months from now I will not be the same person I am today and neither will you.
But for the sake of letting you know a little of who I am and why I am part of the GPP Staff I have put together a few moments of my past which have helped bring me to where I am at the moment…
In 2008 I was running everyday preparing to participate in the Moab Half Marathon. It snowed a lot that year and I wasn’t running as much as I needed so I joined a gym. There I met Neil Anderson and began my training as a personal trainer which morphed into what I do today.
For a year I studied under Neil while obtaining additional certifications. I conducted several personal training sessions, children’s workouts, and adult workouts. I learned what it means to be Optimally Healthy and how physical fitness fits into that.
Although I am not what I do, I love working at GPP because we are blindly focused on Optimal Health. Obtaining optimal health does not occur in a vacuum. It is not simply becoming the thinnest, trimmest, strongest, (etc.) you. It can not be achieved by merely walking in our doors or following our site. That is the first step of many more complicated steps.
Optimal health comes with interaction and finding balance across all aspects of life including the physical. Interaction is paramount. It is why I love GPP and what I do. Who I am and what I do changes as I interact with you, but that’s what happens in life. Each of us changes, the cool thing about trying to write a bio, or deciding to become healthy is we get to decide what the next paragraph in our bios will be, ultimately, how we are going to turn out.
Katelyn Kimber (aka ‘Lil Kate’)
Katelyn has been a staff member at GPP since her Junior Year in High School (2010). She graduated from Utah State University in Human Movement Science with an emphasis in Exercise Science in 2014. She has been a nationally certified trainer through ISSA since 2012 and has been closely mentored by Neil Anderson since day one. Katelyn is a former member of the Utah State University Spirit Squad as an Aggiette dancer and team trainer. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Sports Pedagogy from the University of Utah.
Katelyn has a deep love for fitness and a strong desire to help others gain optimal health. She loves the community at GPP. She strongly believes that a tight knit, supportive community is the key to the success seen at GPP. Katelyn is inspired daily by the success stories seen by her clients, and it motivates her to continually learn, and improve people’s lives.
Her passion is health and fitness, having graduated with a degree in health science she has a solid base of nutritional knowledge.
As a popular healthy living blogger she has changed the lives of countless individuals by helping them understand how to fuel themselves to look and feel their best.
For the past 7 years she has received multiple certifications as a group fitness instructor and personal trainer. It wasn't until she stepped into GPP 3 years ago that she realized what health really is. She truly believes GPP is what "looks good on."
As a competitive athlete she knows that nothing worth having comes easy. She believes finding a balance in all aspects is what it takes to be optimally healthy.
Candice runs our kids classes as well.
She is committed to educate, empower and motivate you to achieve optimal health.
40 E Pages Ln
Centerville, UT 84014
No phone. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Morning: 5:00, 5:45, 6:30, 7:15, 8:00, 8:45, 9:30
Evening: 5:00, 5:45
SATURDAY: 6:30am, 7:15am, 8:45am
It is our goal at GPP to ensure a safe and effective workout environment for those who visit our facility. This is our prime concern. Secondary to this, we will also make strides to make it convenient for those with small children to attend to them within our facility on a limited basis. This convenience is offered free of charge so long as the below guidelines are adhered to.
Please note the following policies as they will be strictly enforced with no exceptions.
1. Your child must be within your direct care at all times when they are within our facility. GPP does not provide child support and will not under any circumstances be responsible for your child.
2. Children are never allowed on the workout floor unless in transit to/from the waiting room. At these times the child/children must be in direct contact with their parents/guardians so as not to interfere with the efforts of those working out or warming up.
3. Children in the waiting room are never to be outside of it unless in the immediate presence of their parent or guardian. Unfortunately this means you will need to accompany them to the restroom. Children will not be permitted to walk through the main room while a workout is in progress to get a drink from the fountain, even if accompanied by an adult.
4. Children are never allowed to be in contact with any GPP equipment.
5. Small, non-mobile children are allowed in the staging area (on the carpet) if secured to car seats or strollers. If there is a chance the child may wiggle free and step out onto the floor they will need to be in the waiting room.
6. Please do not allow your child to cry for a prolonged period (about 1 minute) while in the staging area. We know it is important to you to get your workout. It is important to us, too. Unfortunately a crying child can be quite upsetting to others. To the point of distraction.
7. No food or drink is allowed in the waiting room or in the staging area. This is a hygienic concern and adds quite a bit of expense in terms of cleaning fees. It is also our experience that children will fight over food and drink.
8. Please feel free to bring any toys or comforts of home to make their stay (during your workout) more enjoyable. Please take everything you've brought with you as you leave. They are likely to be discarded at the end of the day.
9. You may not under any circumstances discipline a child who is not yours to discipline. If little Timmy bites your child you must remove YOUR child from these circumstances.
10. If your child is old enough to workout at your side without jeopardizing his/her safety or the safety of those around him/her, he or she may do so. Please understand that you may need to slow your workout pace to accommodate your child.
Unfortunately, we have witnessed too many accidents, injuries and close calls to let any of the above go uncontrolled anymore. In the short time we have been at GPP we have witnessed a child whipped by a jump rope (could have lost an eye). We've seen little fingers caught and pinched in the spin bike wheel. We've seen little fingers caught and pinched under the seats of rowers. We saw a standing rower pulled over and nearly land on a group of children. We had a child donkey kicked into the bars by an adult who was beginning a burpee (the child was walking behind). We saw two children fall off the stacks of weights which they love to climb on despite the fact they are unstable and unsafe. We've seen multiple children swinging on the rings, lose their grip and fall flat on their backs. Some hit their heads in the fall. Some of the more dangerous things we have seen is when a child darts out onto the floor while adults are in the middle of a VERY heavy drop. One female was dropping 135 lbs from overhead. When she saw the child dart into her blood circle (the child's mother was standing RIGHT THERE talking to another person) she was forced to try and recover a lift she had already begun to bail on. The potential for injury isn't always to the child only. These stories are just to name a VERY few. The interesting thing about the stories above is that in EVERY case a parent or guardian were present and thought they were in control of the child. Each time the parent was standing just out of reach.
It would devastate us to see anyone become needlessly injured at GPP. Therefore we must take measures see this does not happen. We appreciate your patience and compliance with these matters. Thank you.