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Training

Looking to take your fitness seriously? Powerhouse Gym Aurora is here for you. Our members are young, old, slow, fast, big, small, skinny, fat, strong, weak, students, engineers, business owners, doctors, nurses, moms, grandparents, lawyers, waitresses, teachers, cops, soldiers, and everyone in between - but what they all have in common is dedication.

We understand that fitness knows no schedule so is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so you can get your workout in when your busy schedule allows.

In the training area, you’ll notice we are equipped with 13 different brands of state of the art equipment that you won’t find at other gym in the area, inclduing Hammer Strength, Startrac, Nautilus, and more. Get your cardio in with a run on our treadmills, climb our stair-steppers, or work it out on our ellipticals. Our dumbbells aren’t the regular

After your workout, rinse off in our full locker rooms and grab a custom shake from our protein bar on the way out.

—  Personal training  —

NEed guidance? RECOVERING FROM INJURY?
Want to Improve your technique and accelerate results?

 

Achieve your fitness goals faster with tailored, one-on-one personal training sessions with our team of experienced yet approachable Coaches. Whether you’re looking to improve body composition, increase strength and muscle endurance, prep for competition, or simply improve your overall health and fitness, we will help you accomplish your goals and beyond.

We can help:

  • Understand the basics - from learning weights and machines to developing a plan you can actually stick to

  • Improve flexibility and movement

  • Take your 4 pack to a 6 pack

  • Overcome fitness plateaus

  • Strength training

  • Body building

  • Sports Performance

  • Just plain look good naked

Call us at 303-766-1900 to schedule today. 

Meet OUR Coaches


Rose Brunner PHGA Trainer

Rose Brunner is a Powerhouse Gym Personal Trainer, IFBB Physique Pro, nutrition consultant, lifestyle coach, competition prep coach and mother of two. 

Her career in health and fitness began with her mother who was an aerobics instructor and emphasized the importance of good eating habits and exercise. Then, in 1989, she competed in her first women’s bodybuilding and mixed pairs competition. She is certified through ISSA and is currently working on getting her nutrition certification. 

"I have always had a love and passion for fitness, a healthy lifestyle and lifting from a very young age. My goal is to inspire, encourage, and guide others to live a healthy, full life."
-Rose Brunner


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Sara Rose Foreman is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and a competitive gymnastics coach. She graduated from Johnson & Wales University with an associate’s degree in culinary arts, a bachelor’s degree in culinary nutrition and completed her dietetic internship with Iowa State University. As a competitive athlete since the age of 4 and a coach for over 15 years, Sara Rose understands the challenges and demands that are placed on an individual’s body, both physically and mentally during the phases of transformation.  She also recognizes there is potential within us all and hopes to empower and inspire others to strive for greatness, through her love for nutrition and fitness by helping them through their journey.


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Matthew Grooms is a certified Personal Trainer and Nutritionist. He completed his post baccalaureate work in exercise physiology and nutritional biochemistry at the University of Colorado Denver. He is a Certified Sports Nutritionist with the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN).

Matthew’s broad range of experience helps him train people of all goals and experience, having played D1 Basketball in college, and competed as a drug tested natural bodybuilder. He’s also been fortunate enough to train under and learn from some of the best bodybuilders in the world including Jeff Willet, Eric Broser, and Ben Pakulski.    


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Megan Casey is a certified nutritionist and personal trainer. She has her Bachelors degrees in psychology and nutrition and a masters degree in sport and exercise science. Prior to becoming the Nutrition Director at Max Muscle, Megan was a Licensed Addictions Therapist. She has found that her work as a therapist strongly translates to working with people on their health and nutrition goals. She is also currently enrolled in school to become a licensed acupuncturist. She prides herself on helping people on all levels, not just physical.

Megan has also been a lifetime athlete. She ran Division 1 track and field through her first bachelors degree. She has also competed at the elite level in Spartan races, bodybuilding and is currently ranked in the top ten world wide in powerlifting. She enjoys helping people from all walks of life find their way through health and fitness!