Elena is a personal trainer at LiveFit Gym and holds regular classes weekly!
She is a USCI certified “Fitness trainer and nutritional specialist”.Her interest in fitness and healthy life style comes from sports and dancing background. First attended a classical ballet school at early ages, then ran “track and field” and compete in cross country skiing at college.
Having physical training as a part of everyday life became a passion and a career path. Elena has an experience in different types of training, such as strength, endurance or flexibility.
Her motto is to use one’s body potential to reach the most balance and functional development, hence enjoyment of healthy life!
Elena has been working with individuals (personal training), helping people achieve their health goals based on their fitness level and interests in sports and physical activities creating personalized workout programs. As well as she trained group classes such as HIIT (high intensity interval training) and Core Circuits.
Athletic upbringing made her familiar with needs and concerns of various clienteles. She trained professional dancers with focus on flexibility, strength and endurance, or simply helped a client to overcome an injury or lose weight. She believes there’s always a recipe to make gym and exercise the best part of your day!
1. Personal Training
2. Active Release Technique
3. Weekly Classes
Class Schedule: (subject to change)
Monday: 7:15 – 8:15
Wednesday: 6:15 – 7:15
Wednesday: 7:15 – 8:15
Call (415) 641-4200 to make your appointment.
A personal trainer helps people exercise. The scope of practice for a personal trainer is to enhance the components of fitness for the general, healthy population.
The 5 classic components of fitness are muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility, although there are other subsets like power, skill, and speed.
Steve Rebentisch is a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer, California State Certified Massage Therapist, and Active Release Technique Provider.
He holds an A.A. in Architectural Engineering, and is currently pursing a certificate as a Neuro-Muscular Therapist at The National Holistic Institute in Emeryville.
Steve has developed his training philosophy from years of experience in the field of sports, fitness, and rehabilitation.
He believes these three elements listed are just as important to the average individual as they are to the competitive athlete in developing a strong foundation in core strength, balance training, functional movements, flexibility training and postural exercises.
Steve focuses on circuit training as a means of keeping workouts fun, fast paced and well rounded. Steve has worked with Professional golfers, triathletes, and people of all ages and levels of fitness and athletic abilities. His hobbies include, hiking, snowboarding, cycling, riding motorcycles and living a healthy lifestyle.