personal training in Irwin

Irwin’s Best Personal Fitness Coach

Xpert Fitness Gym owner Michelle Linden provides personal training in the greater Irwin area including North Irwin and North Huntingdon.

If you’re looking for personal training services in Irwin, look no further than the broad services offered by Michelle for private gym, in-home, virtual fitness training.

Personal training services in Irwin include:

  • Women’s Fitness Training
  • Senior Fitness Training
  • Youth Fitness Training
  • General Fitness Training (for everyone)
  • Rehab Training
  • Strength Training
  • Nutrition Supervision
  • Fitness Boxing
  • Youth Boxing Training
  • Adult Boxing Training
  • Body Building/Fitness Competition Training
  • Sport Performance Training
  • In-Person Cardio Kickboxing Fitness Classes
  • Zoom Cardio Kickboxing Fitness Classes
  • In-Person Boxing Fitness Classes

Call today for a free fitness assessment and to learn more about what an affordable and effective fitness training program could do for you.


exercise training in Irwin

Is Personal Training for Everyone?

Personal training is for everyone who wants to be fit and healthy.  For example, Michelle trains women and men, seniors and youth, and beginners and athletes.  All can benefit from affordable and effective one-on-one fitness or group training geared toward their personal fitness goals and fitness assessments.

Want to solve your fitness problems?  Michelle can help you.  Want to train for a specific sporting event?  Michelle can help you.  Want to learn boxing or bodybuilding?  Michelle specializes in both.

About Irwin

A suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Irwin is located about 22 miles southeast of the city.  Irwin has a population close 4,000, but when combined with its immediate neighbors North Irwin and North Huntingdon the population grows closer to 35,000.

Irwin is named after the original owner of the town site, John Irwin.

Fun Facts about Irwin

Irwin was the western end of the Pennsylvania Turnpike when it first opened on October 1, 1940.