Meet the Team

at Vaughan’s Fitness

Langley Personal Training

The Trainers

To be the best you must have the best. At Vaughan’s Fitness we provide the best world class trainers in the industry. All trainers have an amazing combination of personal high level fitness experience, University Degree’s with years of education and certifications, along with years of experience in the field training and coaching, along with amazing, welcoming and friendly personalities.  All of our trainers are Kinesiologists and are ready to imrpove your health, fitness and life!

Get ready to improve your life.

 

Jarid Vaughan – Owner

Kinesiologist – UT

Alyssa Theodore – Manager

Kinesiologist – UFV

Jazmin Dhaliwal

Kinesiologist – SFU

Alex Ferguson

Kinesiologist

Jarid

Vaughan

Owner

Kinesiologist – UT

Alyssa

Theodore

Manager

Kinesiologist – UFV

Jazmin Dhaliwal

Kinesiologist – SFU

Alex Ferguson

Kinesiologist

Ally Ferronato

Kinesiologist – UBCO

Ty De Jong

Kinesiologist – Trinity

Allysia Vojnovic

Kinesiologist – Trinity

Marissa Bruneski

Kinesiologist- Trinity

Ally
Ferronato

Kinesiologist – UBCO

Ty
De Jong

Kinesiologist – Trinity

Allysia
Vojnovic

Kinesiologist – Trinity

Marissa
Bruneski

Kinesiologist- Trinity

Rebecca Baskovic

Kinesiologist – UFV

Autumn Meredith

Kinesiologist – UFV

Rebecca
Baskovic

Kinesiologist – UFV

Autumn
Meredith

Kinesiologist – UFV

Owner and Kinesiologist
University of Texas

Jarid Vaughan

Jarid Vaughan is the founder and owner of Vaughan’s Fitness and operates the Gym at High Point.

An olympic hopeful and former NCAA div 1 competitor at The University of Texas Arlington, Jarid knows what it takes to lead you to your fitness goals. As an NCAA competitor, Jarid won many awards and victories while ranking 3rd in the NCAA division 1 in the 200m sprint in 2009.

  • 2009 Ranked 3rd NCAA Div 1 200m
  • Finalist in the 200m Canadian Olympic Trials 2008
  • 3 time NCAA Div 1 Conference Champion
  • NCAA Div 1 Conference, Regional All American
  • Competed on Canadian 4×400 relay and BC Teams at Canada National Championships and Canada Games.
  • Fastest man in BC 2007-2013 (Winner of the 100m and 200m)

Jarid’s love for sport and fitness lead him to get his BSc Degree in Exercise Science. While getting his degree in Texas, Jarid also helped coach the University track team for 2 years. Working on building speed, strength and power with elite NCAA and Olympian track athletes, Jarid helped them improve their athleticism and performances.

Jarid also has years of experience with the general public, helping people lose weight, lose body fat, improve cardio, strength and all areas of fitness, while improving posture and muscular imbalances. Jarid’s friendly approach takes all intimidation out of personal training, and lets customers have a fun time while being lead to their personal goals.

Kinesiologist & Manager
University of Fraser Valley

Alyssa Theodore

Alyssa spent the majority of her childhood in many of the hockey arenas around the lower mainland. Alyssa was introduced to hockey through her father and younger brother; however, she loved the game but was too shy to play. Alyssa tried many other sports until she turned 13 when she finally stepped out of her comfort zone and onto the rink. She made AAA rep hockey in her third year of hockey and developed an understanding of the importance of dry land strength and conditioning training as it transfers to on-ice performance.

Alyssa continued to play league ice hockey in both men’s and women’s throughout high school and into university at the University of the Fraser Valley where she studied Kinesiology. Alyssa’s understanding of how her off ice training could improve or inhibit on ice performance sparked an interest in teaching others the most effective way to move for effective results. Alyssa also has international teaching experience where she travelled for 3 consecutive years to Antigua, West Indies with the Champions for Health Promoting Schools Program to teach life skills through health and physical education to elementary school children. She gained a love for teaching others and learned how to maintain a positive and fun environment while teaching.

Still continuing to push out of her comfort zone, Alyssa has taken up rock climbing as well as roller hockey, even making the roster for the 2017 Team Canada women’s team. Alyssa is an excellent member of the team and pushes members continuously to new heights!

Kinesiologist & Corporate Outreach
Simon Fraser University

Jazmin Dhaliwal

Jazmin’s passion for health and fitness has stemmed from a young age. Jazmin was very active as a child and was involved in soccer. basketball, dance and swimming. She went on to achieve many aquatic certifications such as the National Lifeguard Service, Bronze Cross and Water Safety Instructor and competed in local swim club meets.

Jazmin’s drive for an active lifestyle led her to Simon Fraser University where she completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Active Rehabilitation and a Health and Fitness Certificate. At university, She also minored in Psychology which led her to a practicum in exercise therapy where she worked with exercise physiologists to create and deliver exercise programs to promote physical and mental well-being. In addition to this, Jazmin has her Functional Movement Screen (FMS) Level 2 certification.

Jazmin has also led a research project for the Canadian Sport Institute on factors affecting the performance of Ski Cross athletes. Her personal and professional experience has given her great insight into the value of high quality training and is committed to providing a tailored approach for each client. She is also personally dedicated to continuing to challenge herself. Last year, Jazmin completed her first Sun Run and Tough Mudder and hopes to run her first half-marathon soon!

Kinesiologist
UBC Okanagon

Ally Ferronato

Ally grew up in Calgary where she was highly involved in many sports including soccer, volleyball, basketball, hockey, motocross and cross country running. She decided to pursue high level Tier 1 competitive soccer and was selected to play Team Alberta for 4 consecutive years during high school.

Ally moved to Kelowna to pursue both post-secondary education and varsity soccer at UBC Okanagan. During her time at UBCO, she completed a Bachelor’s in Human Kinetics, specializing in clinical exercise physiology, and was selected to be captain of the Women’s soccer team in her senior year. Her involvement in university sport sparked her interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation, as well as her passion for helping others achieve a better quality of life through health and fitness.

Ally completed her undergraduate practicum placement in a physiotherapy clinic which gave her the opportunity to learn and apply her knowledge in a clinic and gym setting. Her personal and professional experience have given her insight into strength and conditioning, injury rehabilitation, working with athletes and the importance of providing an individualized approach to helping each client achieve their goals.

She is super excited to continue to help people while being part of the amazing team at Vaughan’s Fitness! 

Kinesiologist
Trinity

Ty De Jong

Tyler is a local boy, having grown up in the Brookswood  area. His first love was soccer, however in high school Tyler also competed in football, rugby, and wrestling. Despite this, in his Grade 12 year Tyler began training for track and field with Trinity Western University where he would eventually go on to pursue athletics and a degree in kinesiology with a specialization in Strength and Conditioning.In athletics,

Tyler went on to become a conference and national medalist at the university level as well as compete for team B.C. multiple times in his career. In the classroom, it did not take long for Tyler to realize strength and conditioning coaching was his true passion. He immediately began working alongside TWU’s strength coaches, training all Varsity Sports including soccer, hockey, basketball, volleyball and track and field. It was during these five years of his university career that Tyler got both the coaching perspective of trading as well as the athletes.

Tyler has also had the opportunity to work alongside the Canadian Sport Institute with world class rugby and BMX athletes as well as spending time with the B.C Lions to understand training at the professional level.

While at Vaughan’s Fitness Tyler is excited to help people exceed their personalized fitness goals through hard work, dedication and a positive attitude along the way.

Kinesiologist (Maternity Leave)
Trinity Western University

Allysia Vojnovic

Always being an active child, Allysia’s passion for health and fitness started with focusing on sport and later developed into a focus on health particularity rehabilitation. Allysia’s main sports she focused in was soccer and volleyball. She made volleyball her focused sport playing varsity volleyball at Columbia Bible College earning a spot in the top 8 of Canada.

After 2 years she transferred to Trinity Western University where she focused more on her studies and completed her Bachelors in Kinesiology while keeping sport at a recreational level. Getting into the health field was Allysia’s passion and it was her love for sport that led her to the field of Kinsiology During her years at Trinity, Allysia took a focus and interest in rehabilitation completing volunteer hours leading Active Rehabilitation sessions in senior homes.

With a love for people and seeing the small successes Allysia’s passion continued the industry working in both a clinic and gym setting. She has worked with clients for rehabilitation in MVA, sport injury, and concussion testing, as well as personal training.

Kinesiologist (Maternity Leave)
Trinity Western University

Marissa Bruneski

Marissa was born and raised in Langley and has always been involved in sports and the outdoors. From a young age summer was spent exploring parks, bicycling, swimming and hiking and the transition to the winter was no problem because that meant ski season was just around the corner. Between playing club soccer, basketball and every school sport offered, living an active lifestyle is engrained in her core.

Throughout her undergrad degree at Trinity Western University, Marissa worked as an athletic therapist with the mens soccer team and womens basketball team. With a passion for working with athletes in their recovery periods and a willingness to expand her area of expertise, she was rewarded the top student athletic therapist in 2017. Working alongside the head coach of the womens team and the strength and conditioning coaches at TWU, Marissa’s passion for functional and athletic performance continues to motivate her to provide a unique training environment for her clients as a Kinesiologist.

As life presents more opportunities, Marissa is looking to find new ways to get people out and active! The gym is a great place to start, but there is so much more to explore!

Kinesiologist
Simon Fraser University

Alex Ferguson

Alex grew up in Surrey where he was actively involved in a wide variety of sports from childhood right through his university career. He has experience playing ice hockey, ball hockey, volleyball, ultimate Frisbee, and basketball – but his true passion was with soccer. Alex played metro level soccer with Surrey United until he was 18.

During his undergraduate career, he pursued a bachelor of science in Biomedical Physiology at SFU with the intention of applying to medical school. It was at this time that Alex found his passion for weightlifting. Since he wasn’t as involved in organized sports as he once was, he took himself through a variety of training programs from calisthenics to bodybuilding to powerlifting in order to keep his fitness in check. He was on track to compete in his first BCPA (BC Powerlifting Association) meet until a knee injury set him back.

Having dealt with a variety of injuries along the way, Alex became particularly interested in how exercise and human movement can be manipulated to rehabilitate said injuries. It was at this point that he decided to pursue the academic realms of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy. Alex volunteered with local Physical Therapists and successfully applied to be a practicing Kinesiologist through the BACK (BC Association of Kinesiologists).

At Vaughan’s, Alex promotes health and fitness through sustainable lifestyle changes. He also wants to rehabilite injuries with correct movement, rather than more invasive measures.

Kinesiologist
University of the Fraser Valley

Rebecca Baskovic

Rebecca discovered her passion for sports and outdoor activities at a very young age. Throughout school, she took every opportunity to play and compete in sports such as volleyball, soccer, track and field and basketball. On the weekends, Rebecca would spend her time skiing, biking, hiking, kayaking and swimming outdoors. She went on to become a lifeguard and water safety instructor for four years which is where she learned how to teach and lesson plan.

In high school, Rebecca suffered from a devastating knee injury while playing competitive volleyball. Fortunately, Rebecca had an amazing physical therapist who helped her rehabilitate so that she was able to play her final year of high school volleyball and get back to living her active lifestyle. Working with a physiotherapist sparked Rebecca’s interest in active rehabilitation which led her to enroll in the Kinesiology program at the University of the Fraser Valley.

During her time at UFV Rebecca was highly involved in campus recreation by running intramural volleyball and planning fun active events for students. She also designed and taught high energy bootcamp and Zumba fitness classes while finishing her degree.

Through her experiences and education, Rebecca has learned the importance of physical activity in enhancing our well-being and wants to help people find their passion for movement so that they can live a healthy life that is sustainable. Rebecca is excited to work with clients at Vaughan’s Fitness and celebrate in their success as they achieve their health and fitness goals.

Kinesiologist
University of the Fraser Valley

Autumn Meredith

Growing up Autumn was very active and squeezed every type of activity she possibly could into her schedule. She was involved in basketball, volleyball, soccer, lacrosse and dance. During her time playing sports Autumn experienced her fair share of injuries. From these injuries sparked an interest into how the human body works and what we can do in order to prevent injuries from occurring. 

Leaving High School, Autumn wasn’t completely certain on what she wanted to pursue as a career but knew she wanted to do something that involved active living and helping others live a better life. This took her to Douglas College where she completed a Diploma in Sports Science. While at Douglas College, Autumn’s passion for active living and rehabilitation took off sending her to the University of the Fraser Valley where she completed a Degree in Kinesiology. During her time at the University of Fraser Valley, Autumn completed her practicum at a physiotherapy clinic where she was able to apply the knowledge she had learned and help others. 

While at Vaughans, Autumn is looking forward to being able to help others meet their goals and live better, healthier lives! 

Owner and Kinesiologist
University of Texas

Jarid Vaughan

Jarid Vaughan is the founder and owner of Vaughan’s Fitness and operates the Gym at High Point.

An olympic hopeful and former NCAA div 1 competitor at The University of Texas Arlington, Jarid knows what it takes to lead you to your fitness goals. As an NCAA competitor, Jarid won many awards and victories while ranking 3rd in the NCAA division 1 in the 200m sprint in 2009.

  • 2009 Ranked 3rd NCAA Div 1 200m
  • Finalist in the 200m Canadian Olympic Trials 2008
  • 3 time NCAA Div 1 Conference Champion
  • NCAA Div 1 Conference, Regional All American
  • Competed on Canadian 4×400 relay and BC Teams at Canada National Championships and Canada Games.
  • Fastest man in BC 2007-2013 (Winner of the 100m and 200m)

Jarid’s love for sport and fitness lead him to get his BSc Degree in Exercise Science. While getting his degree in Texas, Jarid also helped coach the University track team for 2 years. Working on building speed, strength and power with elite NCAA and Olympian track athletes, Jarid helped them improve their athleticism and performances.

Jarid also has years of experience with the general public, helping people lose weight, lose body fat, improve cardio, strength and all areas of fitness, while improving posture and muscular imbalances. Jarid’s friendly approach takes all intimidation out of personal training, and lets customers have a fun time while being lead to their personal goals.

Kinesiologist & Manager
University of Fraser Valley

Alyssa Theodore

Alyssa spent the majority of her childhood in many of the hockey arenas around the lower mainland. Alyssa was introduced to hockey through her father and younger brother; however, she loved the game but was too shy to play. Alyssa tried many other sports until she turned 13 when she finally stepped out of her comfort zone and onto the rink. She made AAA rep hockey in her third year of hockey and developed an understanding of the importance of dry land strength and conditioning training as it transfers to on-ice performance.

Alyssa continued to play league ice hockey in both men’s and women’s throughout high school and into university at the University of the Fraser Valley where she studied Kinesiology. Alyssa’s understanding of how her off ice training could improve or inhibit on ice performance sparked an interest in teaching others the most effective way to move for effective results. Alyssa also has international teaching experience where she travelled for 3 consecutive years to Antigua, West Indies with the Champions for Health Promoting Schools Program to teach life skills through health and physical education to elementary school children. She gained a love for teaching others and learned how to maintain a positive and fun environment while teaching.

Still continuing to push out of her comfort zone, Alyssa has taken up rock climbing as well as roller hockey, even making the roster for the 2017 Team Canada women’s team. Alyssa is an excellent member of the team and pushes members continuously to new heights!

Kinesiologist & Corporate Outreach
Simon Fraser University

Jazmin Dhaliwal

Jazmin’s passion for health and fitness has stemmed from a young age. Jazmin was very active as a child and was involved in soccer. basketball, dance and swimming. She went on to achieve many aquatic certifications such as the National Lifeguard Service, Bronze Cross and Water Safety Instructor and competed in local swim club meets.

Jazmin’s drive for an active lifestyle led her to Simon Fraser University where she completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Active Rehabilitation and a Health and Fitness Certificate. At university, She also minored in Psychology which led her to a practicum in exercise therapy where she worked with exercise physiologists to create and deliver exercise programs to promote physical and mental well-being. In addition to this, Jazmin has her Functional Movement Screen (FMS) Level 2 certification.

Jazmin has also led a research project for the Canadian Sport Institute on factors affecting the performance of Ski Cross athletes. Her personal and professional experience has given her great insight into the value of high quality training and is committed to providing a tailored approach for each client. She is also personally dedicated to continuing to challenge herself. Last year, Jazmin completed her first Sun Run and Tough Mudder and hopes to run her first half-marathon soon!

Kinesiologist
UBC Okanagon

Ally Ferronato

Ally grew up in Calgary where she was highly involved in many sports including soccer, volleyball, basketball, hockey, motocross and cross country running. She decided to pursue high level Tier 1 competitive soccer and was selected to play Team Alberta for 4 consecutive years during high school.

Ally moved to Kelowna to pursue both post-secondary education and varsity soccer at UBC Okanagan. During her time at UBCO, she completed a Bachelor’s in Human Kinetics, specializing in clinical exercise physiology, and was selected to be captain of the Women’s soccer team in her senior year. Her involvement in university sport sparked her interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation, as well as her passion for helping others achieve a better quality of life through health and fitness.

Ally completed her undergraduate practicum placement in a physiotherapy clinic which gave her the opportunity to learn and apply her knowledge in a clinic and gym setting. Her personal and professional experience have given her insight into strength and conditioning, injury rehabilitation, working with athletes and the importance of providing an individualized approach to helping each client achieve their goals.

She is super excited to continue to help people while being part of the amazing team at Vaughan’s Fitness! 

Kinesiologist
Trinity

Ty De Jong

Tyler is a local boy, having grown up in the Brookswood  area. His first love was soccer, however in high school Tyler also competed in football, rugby, and wrestling. Despite this, in his Grade 12 year Tyler began training for track and field with Trinity Western University where he would eventually go on to pursue athletics and a degree in kinesiology with a specialization in Strength and Conditioning.In athletics,

Tyler went on to become a conference and national medalist at the university level as well as compete for team B.C. multiple times in his career. In the classroom, it did not take long for Tyler to realize strength and conditioning coaching was his true passion. He immediately began working alongside TWU’s strength coaches, training all Varsity Sports including soccer, hockey, basketball, volleyball and track and field. It was during these five years of his university career that Tyler got both the coaching perspective of trading as well as the athletes.

Tyler has also had the opportunity to work alongside the Canadian Sport Institute with world class rugby and BMX athletes as well as spending time with the B.C Lions to understand training at the professional level.

While at Vaughan’s Fitness Tyler is excited to help people exceed their personalized fitness goals through hard work, dedication and a positive attitude along the way.

Kinesiologist (Maternity Leave)
Trinity Western University

Allysia Vojnovic

Always being an active child, Allysia’s passion for health and fitness started with focusing on sport and later developed into a focus on health particularity rehabilitation. Allysia’s main sports she focused in was soccer and volleyball. She made volleyball her focused sport playing varsity volleyball at Columbia Bible College earning a spot in the top 8 of Canada.

After 2 years she transferred to Trinity Western University where she focused more on her studies and completed her Bachelors in Kinesiology while keeping sport at a recreational level. Getting into the health field was Allysia’s passion and it was her love for sport that led her to the field of Kinsiology During her years at Trinity, Allysia took a focus and interest in rehabilitation completing volunteer hours leading Active Rehabilitation sessions in senior homes.

With a love for people and seeing the small successes Allysia’s passion continued the industry working in both a clinic and gym setting. She has worked with clients for rehabilitation in MVA, sport injury, and concussion testing, as well as personal training.

Kinesiologist (Maternity Leave)
Trinity Western University

Marissa Bruneski

Marissa was born and raised in Langley and has always been involved in sports and the outdoors. From a young age summer was spent exploring parks, bicycling, swimming and hiking and the transition to the winter was no problem because that meant ski season was just around the corner. Between playing club soccer, basketball and every school sport offered, living an active lifestyle is engrained in her core.

Throughout her undergrad degree at Trinity Western University, Marissa worked as an athletic therapist with the mens soccer team and womens basketball team. With a passion for working with athletes in their recovery periods and a willingness to expand her area of expertise, she was rewarded the top student athletic therapist in 2017. Working alongside the head coach of the womens team and the strength and conditioning coaches at TWU, Marissa’s passion for functional and athletic performance continues to motivate her to provide a unique training environment for her clients as a Kinesiologist.

As life presents more opportunities, Marissa is looking to find new ways to get people out and active! The gym is a great place to start, but there is so much more to explore!

Kinesiologist
Simon Fraser University

Alex Ferguson

Alex grew up in Surrey where he was actively involved in a wide variety of sports from childhood right through his university career. He has experience playing ice hockey, ball hockey, volleyball, ultimate Frisbee, and basketball – but his true passion was with soccer. Alex played metro level soccer with Surrey United until he was 18.

During his undergraduate career, he pursued a bachelor of science in Biomedical Physiology at SFU with the intention of applying to medical school. It was at this time that Alex found his passion for weightlifting. Since he wasn’t as involved in organized sports as he once was, he took himself through a variety of training programs from calisthenics to bodybuilding to powerlifting in order to keep his fitness in check. He was on track to compete in his first BCPA (BC Powerlifting Association) meet until a knee injury set him back.

Having dealt with a variety of injuries along the way, Alex became particularly interested in how exercise and human movement can be manipulated to rehabilitate said injuries. It was at this point that he decided to pursue the academic realms of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy. Alex volunteered with local Physical Therapists and successfully applied to be a practicing Kinesiologist through the BACK (BC Association of Kinesiologists).

At Vaughan’s, Alex promotes health and fitness through sustainable lifestyle changes. He also wants to rehabilite injuries with correct movement, rather than more invasive measures.

Kinesiologist
University of the Fraser Valley

Rebecca Baskovic

Rebecca discovered her passion for sports and outdoor activities at a very young age. Throughout school, she took every opportunity to play and compete in sports such as volleyball, soccer, track and field and basketball. On the weekends, Rebecca would spend her time skiing, biking, hiking, kayaking and swimming outdoors. She went on to become a lifeguard and water safety instructor for four years which is where she learned how to teach and lesson plan.

In high school, Rebecca suffered from a devastating knee injury while playing competitive volleyball. Fortunately, Rebecca had an amazing physical therapist who helped her rehabilitate so that she was able to play her final year of high school volleyball and get back to living her active lifestyle. Working with a physiotherapist sparked Rebecca’s interest in active rehabilitation which led her to enroll in the Kinesiology program at the University of the Fraser Valley.

During her time at UFV Rebecca was highly involved in campus recreation by running intramural volleyball and planning fun active events for students. She also designed and taught high energy bootcamp and Zumba fitness classes while finishing her degree.

Through her experiences and education, Rebecca has learned the importance of physical activity in enhancing our well-being and wants to help people find their passion for movement so that they can live a healthy life that is sustainable. Rebecca is excited to work with clients at Vaughan’s Fitness and celebrate in their success as they achieve their health and fitness goals.

Kinesiologist
University of the Fraser Valley

Autumn Meredith

Growing up Autumn was very active and squeezed every type of activity she possibly could into her schedule. She was involved in basketball, volleyball, soccer, lacrosse and dance. During her time playing sports Autumn experienced her fair share of injuries. From these injuries sparked an interest into how the human body works and what we can do in order to prevent injuries from occurring. 

Leaving High School, Autumn wasn’t completely certain on what she wanted to pursue as a career but knew she wanted to do something that involved active living and helping others live a better life. This took her to Douglas College where she completed a Diploma in Sports Science. While at Douglas College, Autumn’s passion for active living and rehabilitation took off sending her to the University of the Fraser Valley where she completed a Degree in Kinesiology. During her time at the University of Fraser Valley, Autumn completed her practicum at a physiotherapy clinic where she was able to apply the knowledge she had learned and help others. 

While at Vaughans, Autumn is looking forward to being able to help others meet their goals and live better, healthier lives! 

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Luke Stewart
00:33 01 Mar 20
A welcoming, professionally developed and evidently knowledgeable environment was the initial impression I observed... from Vaughan’s Fitness. One year later, I can confidently state that anyone’s goals are achievable with the dedication and support offered at Vaughan’s Fitness. In fact, you’ll enjoy surpassing them. Previously I struggle with appropriate workouts, nutritional guidance, and minor injuries. Initially I debated the decision of inquiring into personal trainers but grateful I chose to. Over the last year, Jarid has been genuinely accommodating to my chaotic schedule. Allowing me the opportunity of working parallel with several trainers who are immensely supportive. They are as interested in your wellbeing and goals as they are fun, motivating and personable.read more
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Barinder Singh
21:59 10 Feb 20
I love going to this place. Friendly staff, great environment. If you are looking for a nice and quiet place to workout... and for personal training, I would definitely recommend Vaughan’s Fitness.read more
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Drako 89
18:55 06 Feb 20
Love how the training is unique to my health needs. Intelligent and compassionate trainers. Great atmosphere.
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Hannah Rolfe
16:24 02 Feb 20
The trainers and atmosphere at Vaughan's Fitness are top tier. With tailored personal training, an uplifting team and... upbeat environment Jarid has curated an unparalleled training experience. Both myself and my coworkers are members and have seen tangible results within weeks. Highly recommend!read more
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Barb Sweeney
00:02 23 Jan 20
I've been coming to VF for just under 2 years. I do a lot of active, bike and hike, travel and my sessions here ensure... that I'm able to enjoy my trips to the fullest. The trainers are all so knowledgeable, and it's always such a friendly and welcoming place to work out! I miss it when I'm away.read more
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Rob Koreman
23:24 02 Jan 20
If you’re like me you have been humming and hawing about doing this for a long time. You are looking at websites,... getting all ready to go for it only to say to yourself “maybe later”. I have done the big gym thing before and it’s not my cup of tea, main reasons being that I can never decide what equipment I should use or exercises to do, what areas I need to focus on and most importantly how to perform every exercise properly as to not injure myself. I’m one that needs to just show up to the gym, be told what exercises I am doing and be guided through those exercises in a manner that I won’t injure myself, but also with the intent to achieve the greatest result. I have now been a member at Vaughan’s for over a year and can’t say enough about it. First off this testimonial is something I have wanted to do for a long time. I work out three times per week and have worked with the same two trainers the entire time, Alyssa and Jazmin. I have also on occasion had the fortune of working with some of the other trainers, while mine were on holidays. Marissa, Allyshia, Julianne and Tyler have all been fabulous and a pleasure to work with. This gym is nothing like the ‘big box chain style gyms’. There is no need to feel intimidated and there is every age and body type working out here. If however, you are looking for yoga or spin classes this is not the gym for you. You get to know everyone from the trainers along with many of the other members. It is without a doubt something I look forward to doing each and every time and that’s something I never thought I would hear myself say as I have always hated the gymJarid Vaughn has created an incredible environment here and joining his gym is one of the best things I have ever done. I turned 50 when I first joined and I while I eat fairly well, I was a bit heavier than I wanted to be, had aches and pains here and there and just generally wanted to feel healthier and feel better about myself. I have achieved all that and then some. I never have to weigh myself because I can see the changes. I can easily say that I am in the best physical shape of my life and while I may still have the odd ache and pain (I am over 50 after all), so many of the other issues I was having for years have all disappeared. My wife has now joined Vaugn’s one day per week and she too is really enjoying it. If you are hesitating on whether or not to join, I hope I have at least convinced you to contact Jarid and set up a consultation. Then you can stop doing your endless research on the internet and making excuses. Rob Koremanread more
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Sarah Ortis
19:51 04 Dec 19
If you have any sort of fitness goals, go to Vaughan’s Fitness. The first time I trained with Vaughan’s I needed to... get core strength to fix a back injury, and the second time was to tone up and develop over all body strength. I had very noticeable results after only a couple weeks of training and stayed training for 6+ months because I got so much out of it. My back pain has never returned and am now in great shape. The team at Vaughan’s are very knowledgeable and skilled.I learned so much about effective exercises with proper form. The sessions are tailored to your personal goals and are broken up between various types of exercises which makes each session new, interesting, and enjoyable. I cannot recommend Vaughan’s enough. They are awesome and I am so grateful for them.read more
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Stephanie Ius
23:47 30 Nov 19
Vaughan's fitness is professional, knowledgeable and friendly. The team there is amazing, and the training is the best... I've had. I am very happy with the results and would highly recommend to anyone looking for a gym!read more
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Jes
21:53 19 Nov 19
My husband and I wanted to start going to the gym about a year ago and I am very happy we chose Vaughn's Fitness. The... staff are very well trained, friendly and accommodating. Thanks to Jarid and the staff, we had a good year and will be continuing.read more
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