Marty Linclau-Miller
Marty Linclau-Miller
APEX Nutrition Certification
NASM Certified Trainer
Personal Training Club Manager, Human Performance Consultant

Marty Linclau-Miller graduated from Michigan State University with a B.S. in Kinesiology (sports Medicine). His focus in training is on function and he has an intrinsic motivation to live a healthy lifestyle. Passion for getting the most out of life is what has made him who he is and helps his clients realize their full potential. Most of us are not training for sports, we're training for life. We want to feel healthy and confident in our abilities. With three years of training and management experience, he is comfortable in helping people of all fitness levels. Marty also has experience with youth and enjoys sports.

After starting sailing on small dinghies in Detroit, Marty has reached the international level of competitive sailboat racing, recently traveling to the Mediterranean to race in the Swan 45 yacht class. He snowboards in the winter and races sailboats in the summer.

You can contact Marty by office phone, 301-934-0855, or by email,
Madison Levy
Madison Levy
Madison Levy

Madison has been involved in sports since an early age, playing basketball, volleyball, and soccer. It's during her involvement with these sports that she was introduced to fitness. She quickly realized the competitive edge it provided and importance to your overall health. From the love of working out, she got her first job at a gym and fitness has been an integral part of her life ever since.

Madison is a certified personal trainer by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and is currently completing a degree in Exercise and Sports Science. She enjoys working with people of all ages and levels of fitness and has worked with clients that range from 14 to 70 years of age. She knows the earlier you can get into a fitness program, the easier it will be keep and reap from the benefits as you age. She also has seen that it is never too late to start. She has worked with clients that have not been involved in exercise for decades and watched them make dramatic gains in their health and fitness. They have gone from flabby, tired, and in pain to fit, energetic, and pain-free. Drawing from her sports background, she is most passionate about developing fitness programs that help clients push their athletic potentials.

Madison understands that the training she provides has more behind it than just exercise. She provides encouragement, motivation, and education that extends into her client's lives. Her first lesson came with her first client. He was 19 year old, apparently-fit, male who had been out of exercise for about 6 months previous to their first training session. As they were training, every time she asked how he was doing he said he was doing well. With 20 minutes left in the session, the crash came. He was not really doing well and did not want to admit it because, as he put it later, I couldn't wimp out on a girl! The truth that came to light was that he hadn't workout for 3 years and that he had not had any food prior to the workout. She learned from this experience how to better assess people while they are working out, and to make the first session very easy and relaxed so that she can feel the client's actual level of exertion.

Favorite Quote: Food is an important part of a balanced diet. - Fran Lebowitz