Personal Trainer Adam Steinhauser
Adam was born in Kansas City, Missouri and has been living in California since 1991. He spent three years living and working in Yosemite National Park during which time he hiked nearly every trail in the park.
After majoring in Health Psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, Adam decided to pursue a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. During his time as a therapist, he found that many of his clients were in poor physical health that coincided with their mental health. Ultimately, in 2009, Adam decided to pursue a career in personal training and has found tremendous fulfillment in helping clients achieve their fitness goals.
Adam’s training philosophy is to thoroughly listen to his client’s goals and accurately assess their biomechanics in order to create a personalized and effective exercise program. He trains from the “inside-out,” meaning that he aims to bring clients into better alignment by improving postural imbalances and by strengthening the core and intrinsic stabilizing muscles. He also assists clients in creating a strong and stable base with good balance in order to promote optimal muscular efficiency.
Adam is experienced working with clients of all ages and skill levels. He has helped new Moms lose the extra “baby weight” after giving birth, allowing them to keep up with the physical demands of having an infant. He has assisted many clients in regaining mobility and strength while recovering from an injury as well as helping those suffering from chronic health problems, Whether your goal is weight loss, muscle building, improved mobility/posture, or any other refinement in your physical well-being, Adam is genuinely passionate about helping you!
Certifications & Education:
- Certified Personal Trainer, National Council on Strength &
- Certified Personal Trainer, National Academy of Sports Medicine
- M.A. in Marital and Family Therapy, Alliant International
- B.A. in Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz
- CPR Certified, American Heart Association