Our Team:
Meet Our Trainers

Eli Mazer, ACE-CPT

Owner, Operator

Eli tragically lost his mother to lung cancer when he was 12 years old. Seeing this before his eyes is what ultimately motivated him to eventually pursue a career in health and fitness. Changing lives and motivating people through a customized and hands-on approach is what Eli does best.

A graduate of Hofstra University with a B.S. in Exercise Science. Eli grew up as a competitive wrestler, and believes that his experience in the sport has helped to supplement his knowledge in fitness and nutrition. Eli believes in being a positive role model to his clients and pushes himself to uphold the highest standards in fitness and nutrition.

Eli considers himself to be a “straight shooter” and will always be genuine and honest with you about your fitness needs, while also being able to understand and relate to your situation.

“The best personal trainer is not someone who knows the most exercises or who can give the hardest, most grueling work out. The best personal trainer is someone who knows how to develop a relationship and deliver a fine balance between what we want and what we need.”

Chandler Lawrence, NASM-CPT

Lead Trainer

Chandler has played sports his entire life. His only goal was to take his athletic abilities as far as he could in life. At a young age, he had to face the heartbreak of having two elbow surgeries, ultimately ending his dreams.

Chandler then dove head first into health & wellness, which sparked a new love and appreciation for the human body. He loves to help others, not only with a common goal of being healthy, but also with those who have battled injuries. Chandler has been raised to do everything one-hundred percent no matter the task at hand. He believes in hard work and striving to reach new goals. He currently attends Southern Union in pursuit of finding his passion.

“It’s all mind over matter, If I don’t mind, then it doesn’t matter”

Blakely Alfred, NASM-CPT

Director of Client Experience ​

Blakely is an upcoming senior at Auburn University, majoring in Fitness, Conditioning, and Performance. She maintains her personal training certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and has been in the fitness industry for over a year.

“Fitness is always something I have personally enjoyed, and I am so grateful I am able to share my passion for fitness with different individuals every day.” Living a healthier life and creating better habits is something Blakely believes strongly in. She believes that helping someone become the best version of themselves is the most rewarding part of being a personal trainer.

“Be good to yourself and others and you will receive good results”