Philly Fast Fit Body

Philaelphia Personal Trainer Weight Loss & Sports Specific Training Experts in Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia, PA

About Philly Fast Fit Body

Philly Fast Fit Body is a weight loss, body sculpting and sport specific training specialist company.

Weather it's one-on-one, group training or boot camp, we'll help you tone muscle, lose fat and get ready to look great weather for your wedding, vacation or for the holidays.

In addition, we provide fitness fundamentals and exercise tips.We do and provide advice and information on strength and cardiovascular training, flexibility, nutrition, supplements as well as exercise equipment.

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We specialize in weight loss, post pregnancy weight loss, sports specific training, group training (5-8 people) and boot camp (unlimited)


I work with a number of different products. I mostly use Power Systems and better Perform products. those products tend to be free weights, bands, stability balls, bosu, sports specific training equipment.

Philadelphia, PA 19105
Contact Jeffery Rice
Payment options
Jeffery Rice accepts cash, checks, Paypal and credit cards
Hourly rate: From $55 to $95

I am a certified personal training through ACE (american council & exercise) and a I am certified as a strength and conditioning specialist coach (CSCS)

Cities served
Philadelphia, Upper Darby, Lansdowne, Merchantville and Darby
Services offered

I am presently working with a women who can be on the biggest loser show. I met her in January and she weighed over 800 lbs, yes you read that correctly. In three months April 11, 2013 she is down 67lbs.

Fitness is a passion with me. I'm living a dream where I get to follow my passion and at the same time I'm

helping people throughout Philadelphia make changes for a healthier and happier life.

The most common job is losing weight because people most of the time are just so frustrated/desperate with their results they have accomplished on their own, the bottom line is get this fat off of me...PLEASE!

Clients should have everything personal on themselves readily available before meeting a trainer. Height weight, eating habits, weaknesses, food cravings, smoking, drinking, health issue problems(if any, medications presently taking...if you're rehabing, up coming scheduled doctors visit

I have 6 clients that I have been working with for over 5 years. I usually average about 20 new clients a year for one-on-one personal training.

Boot camp numbers are way higher, usually around 300 a year.

We provide fitness maintenance follow-up primarily once a month to make sure the client is still on the right track

You want to know what his or her credentials are(certifications). You want to see proof or maybe even asked for references(talk to present clients) so that you can find out if this is the person for me.

My mother was a nurse and I use to read her books and make self diagnosis on myself. I began coaching sports (soccer, basketball baseball) in college.

After graduating from college and starting my career in sports writing, I started coaching men's rec ball in D.C.. I came back to Philly and began coaching school and men's rec around my job.

As I got into basketball workouts and doing pharmaceutical sales this propelled me into fitness training.

This question really depends on the client. If you are motivated and can do workouts on your own, you can save money by just having your trainer meet with you maybe once or twice a month and write out and show you your workout. Then you do them based on your time frame independently.

Working this way with a trainer, again only if you are motivated enough and don't need someone standing over you, will save you money. Meaning, instead of meeting 2 to 3 times a week and paying for 8 to 12 sessions a month, you're only paying for 1 or 2 sessions.

  • How much do you charge?
  • Can you really help me?
  • How fast can I loose weight?
  • Can I get a 6 pack?
  • How long is this going to take?

Most people don't realize when it comes to fitness training that their are different categories. People should not assume that all fitness trainers do the same thing.


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