The Fitness Factory of Charlotte has professional trainers, who can help motivate and get you on the right track, helping you make all of the right choices. Whether it is to lose weight, gain weight, or for health reasons, our trainers help you get the results you deserve. All in a safe and calculated workout designed just for you.
Eileen is NASM certified and CrossFit level one certified She trained under Pat Etcheberry out of Saddlebrook in Tampa, FL. Eileen has competed and placed in powerlifting as well as strongman events. She loves to stay active and when she is not in the gym, she is out enjoying tennis or cycling. Before opening her own business, Eileen coached youth basketball for six years. Her passion to teach kids has always been high on her list. Eileen has been a personal trainer for the past ten years and inspires people every day. She has worked with James Anderson (#50 on the Panthers) and hopes to work more with athletes of all ages.
Matt Crandall is the owner and founder of PowerPhysio LLC, located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Matt’s primary goal in creating his private business is to help athletes and active adults achieve personal goals by resolving acute or chronic limitations that are limiting progress athletically or on a daily basis. He specializes in creating personalized treatment plans that will maximize movement and body potential, ultimately leading his patients toward a happier, healthier and more powerful life. In order to demonstrate everything PowerPhysio can offer, Matt encourages anyone interested in his services to join him for a free “discovery session” where he will discuss and outline an individualized action plan for each patient. His strengths lie in his ability to connect with people from various backgrounds; he is passionate about helping his patients succeed, whether that means enhancing athletic performance or simply being more comfortable on a day to day basis.
Ben Foodman is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and a tactical strength and conditioning facilitator (TSAC-F) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He specializes in working with endurance athletes, tactical athletes, Olympic style weightlifters, and individuals seeking to improve overall health. He graduated from the University of Tennessee kinesiology department with a master of science degree in sport psychology and motor behavior. Ben is a member of USA Weightlifting, the Association for Applied Sport Psychology and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Contact Ben at (704) 418-1333 to schedule an appointment or visit his website www.benfoodman.com.
Born and raised in Charlotte, Kyle’s interest in conditioning and nutrition began in high school when he was a part of East Meck’s wrestling team. From there he joined the Marine Corps where he acquired further training and extensive HIIT training. It was during his time in the service that his love for weight lifting began.
Bryson Rogers grew up being the “fun fat kid” who eventually grew up and learned how to lift a weight. Since 2009, Bryson has worked in all walks of the health and wellness field- from Group Training to bodybuilding, weight loss to silver sneakers programs, personal training, and online training, Bryson has seen it all. Starting off as NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) Personal trainer and then obtaining a degree in Exercise Science and Nutrition to offer the full package. His goal is to teach you health and wellness while mapping out your custom meal plans and workouts for you to obtain your overall goal as quickly as possible. If you have the drive and desire to change your life for the better, Bryson has the direction.