NAME: Nick Lamanna

Years of Experience Training: 5

Hi, I’m Nick. I have lived in Northern Virginia my entire life. I’ve always had a passion for health and fitness ever since my youth. Probably so because my family has always been very health conscious. Not only do I enjoy health and nutrition myself, but I want others to experience a healthier life-style as well. My interest in personal training began when I was 19 years old, so I decided to attend the
National Personal Training Institute (N.P.T.I.). There I enrolled in an extensive 600 hour + program where I absorbed vast amounts of knowledge and obtained my CPT through both N.P.T.I. and N.A.S.M.

I believe in continuous education and am always trying to better myself and never stop learning! The famous words my Captain once said, “The day you stop wanting to learn is the day you retire.” This was geared towards the fire department obviously, but I’ve learned to apply that to my life in all aspects.

My motive is to help clients achieve their goals with both time efficiency and effectiveness. It is important to optimize the impact of each movement and exercise and understand why we perform such movements. Proper technique and execution with functional movements is a step in the right direction to ‘work smarter not harder’. I enjoy educating my clients on proper technique as well as life changing habits that will not only make them move better, look better, but also feel better.


Certifications:

N.P.T.I. CPT
N.P.T.I. TRX Specialist
N.P.T.I. Kettle Bell Specialist
N.P.T.I. Mastering Mobility
N.P.T.I. Training the Injured Client
N.A.S.M. CPT
N.A.S.M. WLS
Crossfit Level 1


Why Lamanna Fitness?

It’s quite the conundrum: Today, fitness trends are every where and always growing, yet very few people get the results they want. Wouldn’t it be great if someone could figure out how to exercise properly already?

Lamanna Fitness is where we do it right and get results.

My approach is simple and straightforward. Your body responds in a major way to certain techniques of exercise, but very little to others, which is why you can spend a lifetime in group exercise classes or on a treadmill and never see the results you want.

I teach my clients to master the basics. Perform compound exercises three to four times per week and progressively overloading these movements on a weekly basis. Then you will be guided to adopt certain eating habits that support your training instead of compromising it.

All it takes to finally change your body is to show up, pay attention, and give your best effort.

If you’re ready to stop guessing and start making progress then let’s gets started today!