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Quest Fitness | Personal Training Gym |Greater Grand Rapids – Kentwood, MI Area

Quest Fitness Health Philosophy.
Quest Fitness Health Philosophy.

The theory behind Quest Fitness is that everyone’s fitness journey is unique. Sure, you may share the same goal as the next person, but how you get there can be very different. Not everyone wants to run miles, lift weights or do push-ups, and not everyone has the self motivation to do at home videos. What we do first, at Quest Fitness, is sit down and talk game plan. We need to be on the same page on how we will get through all the different phases of your workout. Then, we schedule times to meet. Yes, it will take time, but you will have the support that you need through all the struggles. Your Quest for a more fit you starts here.

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When I started working out with Ray I told him I wanted to be stronger and get a bigger booty. I can now do a full unassisted pull up (one of my person goals) and just discovered that I went up 2 sizes in shorts without gaining a pound Ray also varies the workouts enough that they stay challenging and are never boring. I can’t imagine a better trainer.

Amanda S.

I have trained with Ray Shonk’s Saturday fitness group for about two years. It has been exceptionally rewarding and challenging. Ray creates new and unusual programs that prevent boredom and increase results. His workouts always challenge me– I am constantly becoming stronger, building my endurance, and because of my martial arts practice in the class I have more coordination and confidence.

Eric H.

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