Where in San Diego does Level One Training and Fitness provide its training services?
We currently train clients in the city of San Diego central to the Banker’s Hill, Downtown, Hillcrest, Kensington, Normal Heights, North Park, South Park, and University Heights Districts.

In what types of facilities do you train your clients?
Some of our clients enjoy outdoor training at Balboa Park, others prefer to train at their residences, others train at their community’s or employer’s fitness facility, and still others elect to train at our small and very functional training annex in North Park.

What is involved with a fitness assessment and how do I get ready for it?
The current assessment format involves a health Q&A, health diagnostics, body composition evaluation, body fat analysis, and physical testing revolving around strength, endurance, and flexibility.  No advanced preparation is required, however you may wish to refrain from eating for at least an hour prior to your assessment.

What makes your training different from other trainers?
We really don’t believe in hype. We’re not about fads, gimmicks, or trendy things. We’re not about supplements, pills, powders, potions, and wraps. We’re not about the latest gadgets and gizmos that blink and beep (although some of them CAN be helpful). We ARE about the tried and true methods that worked long before many people in the fitness industry started seeing dollar signs: proper nutrition, perseverance, accountability, responsibility, and good ol’ fashioned hard work. It’s a tough pill to swallow for some, but not everyone is destined to be our client and that’s okay. For more information about our client’s benefits, please CLICK HERE.

I have heard that the workouts can be extreme.  Is this the same with all of your clients?
Definitely not. Workouts are tailored to individual skill level and goals. If you haven’t participated in regular physical activity in several years, the goal will be to acclimate you to exercise before having you do more strenuous, demanding workouts. Even then, it will be dependent on how you feel as well as our professional opinion as to whether you’re ready for it.

When are you going to bring Turn and Burn back?
“Turn and Burn” has been reincarnated as “Afterburn,” an HIIT class which takes place weekly and on Saturday mornings year-round in San Diego. Utilizing a combination of body weight-oriented exercises, various equipment, the TRX Suspension Trainer, and the TRX Rip Trainer, students engage in a class which includes warm-up, core specific exercises, strength training, high intensity intervals, followed by a cool down and stretching. For more information, please CLICK HERE.

What forms of payment does Level One Training and Fitness accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and Diners Club International payments (online/electronic only) as well as in-person cash and personal checks drawn from local banks.  Please note that we will charge a $30.00 returned check fee for any check returned by your bank for non-sufficient funds.


If you have a question which has not been answered by this FAQ, please feel free to contact us.