Personal Training Studio
The Perfect Workout Wilmette is a private fitness studio, with Personal Trainers certified and ready to help you achieve your fitness goals. Just up the street from Old Orchard Shopping Center, off Skokie Road is an opportunity for you to change the way you exercise. For over 20 years, The Perfect Workout has been customizing slow strength training workouts to individual needs and fitness levels. Welcoming all ages and fitness levels, The Perfect Workout Wilmette has the ideal workout for you! Schedule a workout with a trainer today. How It Works
Trainers At This Studio
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Wife and mother of two, Vicky Perna has always been in the gym, living out her passion for fitness. Some of her most impactful moments in her personal fitness journey have been in 1-on-1 training sessions with her own Personal Trainer. “The level of motivation and support I received was life changing, and I realized that helping people reach their fitness goals is what I wanted to pursue.”
Vicky took her passion for working with people and fitness and decided to get certified to become a Personal Trainer. She received her NASM CPT and later was chosen to join The Perfect Workout where she became certified in Slow-Motion Strength Training. Now, Vicky trains clients in our Wilmette studio.
One of Vicky’s clients joined The Perfect Workout to get stronger. After working together in their personal training sessions, Vicky has helped gain enough strength to push over 400lbs on the leg press. “That is an amazing accomplishment. She worked really hard every week and she reached her goal. We are continuing to create new goals and crush them!”
Slow motion strength training is a game-changer. It is safe, efficient, and effective. It is awesome!
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Chicago native, Drew Lanum grew up competing in football, basketball, baseball, tennis, golf and soccer. Being in traditional sports, he was introduced to traditional methods of strength training.
During one of his traditional strength training sessions, Drew hurt his back, re-injuring a degenerative disc. This setback forced him to take a step back and reevaluate the way he exercised. In his research, he uncovered the concept of slow-motion strength training. Having spent so many years working out for hours in the gym, he was a little skeptical that 20 minutes, twice a week could have a significant impact on his fitness journey.
He tried the workout, and was sold from the first moment of muscle success. After consistently training with the slow-motion protocol, and seriously cutting back on his workout time, Drew set out to become a certified Personal Trainer for The Perfect Workout. Now he gets to share this life-changing method with his clients in Wilmette and help them reach fitness levels they have never even imagined in a safe and efficient way. “It honestly couldn’t get any better.”