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Personal Training

Personal Training is an excellent way to get started exercising, or to take your workouts to the next level. Our certified Personal Trainers will design an individualized training program that can help you prepare for a particular sport or event, recover from an injury or manage your weight.

Our team of trainers will give you the attention and motivation you need to be successful, regardless of age, experience or skill level. Invest in yourself and take the next step toward becoming your best.

Start Training!

  • Complete and submit the online Client Interest Form.
  • Clients will be matched with a Personal Trainer based on availability, goals and preferred training modalities.
  • Current Georgia Southern employees who are not current RAC Members, may purchase Personal Training sessions. Please email Assistant Director of Fitness, Jonathan Rivera at for more information.

For general questions about our Personal Training program, please contact Assistant Director of Fitness, Jonathan Rivera with any questions at or 912-478-5436.


Session PackageStudentFaculty/Staff
1 Session$40$50
3 Sessions$80$100
5 Sessions$150 ($30/session)$175 ($35/session)
12 Sessions$300 ($25/session)$360 ($30/session)
20 Sessions$400 ($20/session)$500 ($25/session)
12 Sessions (for 2 people)$360 ($180pp - $30/session)$420 ($210pp - $35/session)
20 Sessions (for 2 people)$500 ($250pp - $25/session)$600 ($300pp - $30/session)
  • All initial Personal Training packages include a Fitness Assessment and Consultation.
  • All sessions are 1 hour in length.
  • Payment must be received prior to the first training session.
  • All Personal Training payments must be submitted at Member Services in the RAC. Cash, check, Visa and MasterCard are accepted.
  • All training sessions expire when your RAC membership expires.

Personal Trainers

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Trey Cannon

I love fitness and have been working out consistently for 3 years now and have never loved it more. I first got into fitness playing high school football where we had to do weight training. At first, I never liked it very much but by the time I finished my senior year I loved it and started working out on my own. I started to learn a lot about fitness and gained interest in personal training and obtained my certification through the American Council on Exercise (ACE).

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Parker Eberly

I decided to become a PT because I enjoy teaching people and watching them grow to be able to teach others as well. I compete in powerlifting and I also have played many sports in my lifetime. Whether you’re trying to lose a couple of pounds or get in shape for a sport, I’m the guy for you!


Austin Gutierrez

I have been working out since my freshman year in high school. I did not fall in love with it until my junior year when I had a great coach. He inspired me to push myself out of my comfort zone and amazing things happened. I now want to pursue personal training with the hopes of inspiring others to better themselves and see the outcomes they once thought impossible. I am certified through the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and majoring in Exercise Science


Kevon Mckelvin

For me fitness has always been a part of my life, I did sports as a kid and went to the YMCA all the time. Right now, I do amateur boxing. I didn’t know I loved it until after and during high school. Seeing the changes that it makes for someone for the better really motivated me to push myself harder for a better overall quality of life. For personal training, what inspired me to pursue it was a friend who I helped exercise and lose weight during the COVID-19 pandemic. Helping him made me really enjoy seeing others get better and reach their goals, which is something I want to do for any client that decides to train with me. I am certified through the American Council on Exercise (ACE).

Exercise Behavioral Consulting

In collaboration with the Georgia Southern Sport and Exercise Psychology Graduate Program, Exercise Behavioral Consulting will now be offered as a supplementary service for RAC personal training clients. This program is being offered by advanced sport and exercise psychology students trained in behavior change, and is 100% free and confidential.

The aim of the EBC program is to help you get the most that you can out of your fitness experience. First time exercising? Have trouble sticking to your fitness plan? Recovering from an injury? Training for an event? The Exercise Behavioral Consultants can help. With theory and research-based behavioral strategies, our trained consultants will design an individualized plan to help you reach your fitness goals. You have the freedom to meet with your Exercise Behavioral Consultant as frequently as you would like, separate from your personal training sessions. Your Personal Trainer and your Exercise Behavioral Consultant will, with your consent, collaborate to ensure that you are receiving a comprehensive wellness service, working to strengthen both your mind and your body.

If you are interested in enrolling in this program, please collect an EBC information packet from the RAC Member Services Desk, or ask your Personal Trainer.

Feel free to contact the EBC program coordinator, Dr. Brandonn Harris, with any additional questions or concerns.

Brandonn S. Harris, Ph.D., CC-AASP
Associate Professor and Program Director
Sport and Exercise Psychology
Phone: 912.478.7900

Last updated: 4/13/2022