Personal Trainer, Northbrook, IL

Personal Training Studio
Northbrook, IL

Calling all busy Chicagoans! If you are in the Northbrook area, you must try slow-motion strength training. The Perfect Workout Northbrook offers private personal training in our facility designed for 1-on-1 workouts. Just off Raymond Rd, across from Glenbrook North High School, Personal Trainers are working with clients to improve their bodies and overall health. In two, 20-minute workouts a week, experience significant strength gains, faster metabolism and much more. If you are in the Northbrook area and want to experience what it’s like to do slow-motion strength training, book a session today.

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  • 1955 Raymond Drive #116
    Northbrook, IL 60062
  • (847) 230-9043

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Diamond Richardson

Personal Trainer

Personal Trainer at:
Northbrook, IL

Diamond Richardson was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, raised in Long Island, New York, and has lived in several other states. She has a strong background in athletics and exercise, participating in track & field and basketball in high school. After high school, Diamond progressed to play Division 1 basketball at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, where she also obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication.

After college, Diamond went on to play professionally in El Salvador and Australia. In Australia she tore her ACL, which put a halt to her professional career. During her recovery process she got a job at a physical therapy clinic as a Physician Assistant, where she gained substantial knowledge in rehabilitative exercises. Slow motion strength training was particularly effective on her own recovery and she fell in love with the method.

Diamond became a Certified Personal Trainer and joined The Perfect Workout’s Chicago team where she helps clients today. She believes that the slow-motion strength training at The Perfect Workout is a great, safe, and efficient way to get people exercising and help them achieve their personal goals in spite of old injuries and without any new ones!

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