Want to compete? Join Team EC, and let them coach you all the way through your competition, from:
- Training (resistance/cardio)
- Nutrition (includes supplement recommendations)
- Posing & Stage Presence*
- Peak Week Planning/Preparation
- Day-of Nutrition & Guidance
- Post-Competition Planning
Do you have what it takes to be an “ELITE”? Come join us for our monthly competition that will test you both mentally and physically through a series of challenging events. To the victor go the spoils.
Fitness For Your Lifestyle
Training and Nutrition programs personalized to YOU to optimize results and help you reach your fitness goals. From 1-on-1, Small Group/Partner, Sports Performance, Youth and Older Adult Training.
Your very own fitness and nutrition coach guiding and supporting you all the way to your goals by creating Training and/or Nutrition programs personalized to you, and managed virtually. Programs evolve as you do.
Trust the Process. Love the Progress.
- Jon McQueen
What Our Clients Are Saying:
I’ve never cut weight or prepped for a physique or bodybuilding competition before, but I know people that have competed plus I’ve read magazine articles on how others have prepared. I saw that the people I knew were doing hours of cardio each week and eating the same bland unseasoned chicken breast or tilapia with some vegetable and hardly any carbs 3-5 times a day, real low calorie stuff. So, when I started prepping with Elite Conditioning, I thought it would be similar where I would be doing a bunch of cardio but having slightly better food options. Turns out that I didn’t have to do a ton of cardio and I didn’t have to cut my caloric intake…Read More Darrell M. | Online Coaching Client - Midland, TX
So, I was always a big girl. The kind of girl that at 11 years old measures 5’5”, weight 155lbs, and is fully developed. I was the fat cousin in the family always beating everyone to the punches and insulting myself before they could get to me; a well known defense mechanism. In high school I measured 5’8” and weighed 185lbs. my final 2 years at SDSU I put on the most weight tipping the loathed scale at 210lbs with a dress size of 16-17 and have no one to blame but myself. I didn’t eat a lot but what I did eat was crap, with no physical activity whatsoever except working as a veterinary technician which I felt was more than enough exercise!…Read More Adriana C. | Personal Training Client - San Diego, CA