Mike Norris is a seasoned fitness expert. He is certified through NASM and the National MS Society. Mike also is a graduate of Portland State University with his B.S. in Liberal Studies with his concentration in Physical Activity/Exercise.
Mike loves working with anyone dedicated to making positive progress towards their fitness goals. He believes, “You exercise to live life, your life.“
With over 10 years of professional fitness training, he has helped a wide spectrum of clients; from stay-at-home moms to mixed martial arts fighters. “In my experience, the moms are tougher.”
Alison is a graduate from Temple University and is originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Alison received her Bachelor of Science in Therapeutic Recreation and has become certified in personal training, through ACE. Alison began as an intern at Ability360 in the Spring of 2016, and has enjoying supporting members of Ability360 ever since. Through a variety of physical activities that she personally enjoys, such as weightlifting, hiking, running, and kayaking, Alison has discovered her passion in assisting others in finding ways to stay active and have fun! Alison’s mission at Ability360 is to creative a positive environment to support others in recognizing and discovering ways to maximize their health, not only physically, but holistically.
Jenna earned her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. She has been in the field of personal training for over 7 years, 4 of which were spent managing a private exercise rehabilitation gym for people who had a broad range of disabilities.
Since moving to Arizona, she has been spending her time exploring the desert landscape through hiking and cycling. She is passionate about teaching people how to train their bodies to reach their full potential, to ensure you get stronger as you age.
Received a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science in 2015 from Western Michigan University.
Current student at Northern Arizona University in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program.
Luke is a Certified Personal Trainer through ACSM and says his favorite thing about training is helping people realize what they are capable of. Whether he is working with a seasoned athlete or some one brand new to exercise, he finds ways to make workouts challenging and enjoyable. His greatest skill is being able to adapt a training program to any individual skill level. Luke moved out to the desert from his hometown of Traverse City, Michigan in the summer of 2017. Living in Phoenix has taught him that everyone has something special that they bring to the table; the ability to highlight those specific attributes is a goal of his as a trainer.
In the future, Luke would like to open a Physical Therapy clinic that specialized in early treatment after a cardiovascular accident or spinal cord injury. He hopes that through focused, intensive rehabilitation he can help people regain their highest level of function.
Kristin received a bachelor’s degree in physical education in 2008 from Hillsdale College in Michigan and a Master’s degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in adapted sports in 2018 from A.T. Still University.
Over the past 10 years, she has worked with a wide range of clientele including professional athletes. Since 2012, she has specialized in adaptive exercise for people spinal cord injury, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, and other conditions. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through NSCA and a Performance Enhancement Specialist through NASM. Kristin is also attending Midwestern University’s School of Occupational Therapy. In the future, as an occupational therapist, she hopes to promote fitness as a means of helping people become more independent, and to help make the fitness industry more inclusive of people with disabilities.
Spencer Hinde is an NASM certified personal trainer, and a student of physical therapist assisting. He directed a small outpatient physical therapy rehab gym in Chandler, seeing patients ranging from post-operative status to college athletes. Prior to that he taught martial arts to a wide range of ages and abilities in both group and individual settings. He is passionate about empowering people by rebuilding a sense of strength and independence within themselves and their physical abilities.
Diane “Doc” Prindeville has spent her career in adult education and community service. Since 2012, she has worked in health and fitness to make a difference in the lives of individuals recovering from surgery, managing chronic illnesses, and living with physical challenges.
Diane describes her approach this way:
First: Personal training is a partnership. My task is to listen to and help my client get from where they are, to where they want to be. Second: I believe that we must each take responsibility for our own well-being. Third: Fitness should be FUN! I want clients to enjoy the experience.
Diane is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and an AFAA certified Group Fitness Instructor. Her academic credentials include a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Arizona State University and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of New Mexico.