Personal Training


Our personal trainers are focused on your athletic development. When you train with us, you'll improve your fitness, strength, and stamina and you'll get the best, personalized training specific to your goals. Maybe you want to climb Mt Rainier, run your first 5K, improve your endurance, or stay at the top of your game - we can build a training program suited to those goals and help you succeed.


Meet with one of our highly trained personal trainers for a FREE 30-minute fitness consultation where you’ll discuss your goals, fitness history, and training philosophy. From there we will work to build the best route to take you on your fitness journey!

Lyra Pierotti - Personal Trainer

If you’re looking to improve your movement and fitness, schedule 60- or 90-minute personal training sessions with Edgeworks Coach, Lyra. These sessions can be tailored to your specific needs, whether that’s a weekly guided workout, a monthly check-in or an as-needed basis.

Lyra's hour long classes will focus on the strength training and climbing drills done in the gym. If you’re interested in discussing your training goals and strategies in more depth, schedule a 90-minute session. Those who sign up for a longer format session will also receive a Training Log template to fill out, which can be reviewed and discussed during the training session. This is a great way to be sure you’re integrating your aerobic training in a way that complements your strength training in the gym, and sets you up for optimal health and recovery.

Certifications / Qualifications:
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
AMGA Rock Guide
AMGA Apprentice Alpine Guide
AIARE L1 Avalanche Course Leader
AIARE Pro 2 Avalanche Forecaster
Wilderness First Responder

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Matt Coleman - Personal Trainer

Matt Coleman has been climbing since 2010. Climbing has taught him to be humble and has taken him to cool places around the northwest and meet amazing people in the community. His favorite climbing areas are Squamish and Smith Rock and he is quickly getting to know other climbing hotspots of the west coast. Matt gives back to the community of climbers through trail maintenance and access projects as well as promoting climbing to people with disabilities. In his own words "all people should have an opportunity to experience the freedom of being outside".

When not climbing, Matt is very active; he is committed to biking (both for commuting and fun), camping, and testing microbrews. Don't be surprised if you see Matt whizzing by on his bike, he's probably going climbing.

Certifications / Qualifications:
USAC Level 1 Route Setter

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