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Who is Nash Tehrani?

Nash Tehrani, a certified fitness instructor and the owner of Sweat-Inc., has been actively assisting his clients achieve their fitness goals since 2000. Nash’s approach to fitness focuses on developing unique client-tailored programs designed to achieve and maintain his client’s goals while minimizing the risks of injury.

Nash has accredited to his name personal training certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine (ASCM) and the International Sports Medicine Association (ISMA), both of which were awarded after completion of rigorous certification programs and testing. Nash graduated from Emory University in 1998 with degrees in Biology and Psychology. He also holds a Master’s degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Sciences awarded in 2003 from Georgia State University.

While at Emory, Nash worked at the Emory Spine Center and V.A. hospital where he learned a great deal about lower back trauma and rehabilitation techniques. Nash trains adults of all ages and his clients include lawyers, entrepreneurs, other professionals, and homemakers, many of whom have been long-time clients. Nash takes pride in his work and his ability to help his clients achieve their personal goals. His efforts have not gone unnoticed; in 2003, Nash was rated as one of Atlanta’s top trainers by Jezebel Magazine.

Who is Marty Hoberg?

Marty Hoberg is an American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) certified personal trainer providing personal training services for more than 10 years. He helps clients at all fitness levels improve and maintain their fitness and reach their fitness goals. Marty’s approach to fitness focuses on an overall healthy lifestyle for long term success. He stresses the importance of a good balanced diet and routine and adequate sleep together with traditional strength training and cardiovascular exercise.

Marty’s personal interest in fitness and healthy lifestyle began at a young age, and he has been working toward his own fitness goals, in part, by training with an amateur boxer. As a result, Marty frequently incorporates the basic elements of boxing – speed, balance and strength – in his personal training programs.