Personal Level Fitness helps people like you reach your fitness goals, right here in Columbus, Ohio. By utilizing private fitness suites, nutritional advice, and customized workouts with personal trainers that actually care, our focus is completely on your success!

Our personal trainers hold degrees and additional certifications in fitness training. They also undergo a rigorous in-house training program where they become experts at helping people succeed with their fitness goals.


Alexandra Craig


B.S. Exercise Physiology
Minor in Nutrition
A.C.S.M. Exercise Physiologist, Pn1, Pn2 Master Coach
25 years of Experience

Alexandra believes that exercise is a key piece of the puzzle when it comes to mental, physical, and emotional health. Exercise is a way to release many different stressors we experience on a daily basis. Not only does it help us deal with our health and stress issues, it gives us emotional confidence on the inside and out. Read about her intro into fitness.

My passion is to help people of all walks of life and health experience exercise on a very personal level. I opened Personal Level Fitness for the following reasons:

  1. to help people who have a difficult time exercising accomplish their goals
  2. to teach people how to lose weight and keep it off
  3. to take a current training program to the next level
  4. to teach people how to eat correctly and live a healthy lifestyle

Each client should be treated as an individual and not as a number so that they get the results that work best for their bodies. My intent for our clients is that they get the absolute best one-on-one, personal training in a clean, upbeat, and encouraging environment. Our attitudes should always reflect a willingness to go above and beyond what our clients’ expectations are. We are always here for the client to provide them with outstanding customer service, a shoulder to lean on, and the best results possible!

Jacob Day

Associate in Exercise Science
A.C.E. Certified Personal Trainer

Jake believes that fitness training is an essential part of living a long and healthy life. He intends to provide the best workouts and customer service he can for all clients.

Jake wants the clients to put forth their best effort at each session. The overall goal of fitness training is to increase one’s fitness to adequately perform activities of daily living. He likes the training environment to be positive, motivating, and fun for both himself and the client. Jake wants to see the clients achieve their goals and become more fit and happy.

Meng Zhang

B.S. Exercise Science - OSU
A.C.S.M. – Certified Personal Trainer

Meng believes fitness training should use healthy habits over time to produce the clients’ goals. Habits and the way the body feels should be more important than the number on the scale. By setting short- and long-term goals, she can get the client to push themselves more than what they thought they could do. The clients should be ready to workout, be open-minded to new things, and listen to their bodies to get the best results.

Meng feels the goal of fitness training is to feel more connected to your body. Clients should learn about their strengths and weaknesses by allowing the body to work on activities they enjoy. When the training environment is non-judgmental, upbeat, and flexible, the clients can forget about outside stress and focus on themselves. Overall, Meng wants the client to feel better, have improved function, and more control over life habits and goals.

Fred Pitts V

B.S. Exercise Science – Ohio Dominican University
A.C.S.M. Certified Personal Trainer

Fred believes that fitness training is a tool that allows people to grow physically, mentally, and emotionally. This amazing tool empowers people with the freedom to achieve goals they once felt were unattainable. This freedom could be recovering after a surgery, playing a sport, or even enjoying grandkids. His intent while training is to establish a positive and meaningful report with the client. Fred also likes to produce a safe and effective training message to motivate clients to push past their limits. The client should be ready to do their absolute best and expect nothing less from him!

The general goal of fitness training is to incorporate positive habits to live a happy and healthy life. The training environment should be a part of that by being fun, positive, and safe! Fred would like clients to leave the studio happier and healthier with the understanding that their growth was positive because of their own courage and effort.

Tabitha Godarova

B.S. Exercise Science and Health Promotion
A.C.S.M. Certified Personal Trainer

Tabitha believes that fitness training is the foundation for maintaining an active lifestyle. Her intent when training is to help clients feel more comfortable working out while supporting and guiding them through each exercise. The client should be ready to push themselves through each exercise while listening to their bodies to not overdo it. The goal of fitness training is to live a more sustainable and active lifestyle.

Tabitha likes the environment to be supportive and encouraging. She would like to see clients perform daily activities with greater ease, strength, endurance, and mobility. She wants them to gain confidence and be more comfortable with exercise.

Michael O’Sullivan

B.S. Exercise Science and Health Promotion
A.C.S.M. Certified Personal Trainer

Mike believes that fitness is putting in effort to improve your quality of life. Fitness helps the ability to function, do daily life tasks, and one’s ability to perform extracurricular activities. He wants to help clients to improve on whatever their needs are. This could be, strength, weight loss, balance, and/or overall health. Mike wants the client to be able to better themselves, strive for growth and really challenge themselves to make changes.

The overall goal of general fitness is to set goals that are achievable that will help with the overall well-being of the individual. The training environment should help the client do this! It should be fun, exciting, engaging, energetic and safe for the client to grow. Mike would love to help others feel and see the joy in working on physical fitness.

Keirra Sanders

A.S. Physical Therapy Assistant
B.S. Exercise Physiology, Minor in Biological Sciences
ACE Certified Personal Trainer

Keirra believes that fitness training can enhance someone’s life physically, emotionally, and mentally. Exercise can be a great part of anyone’s lifestyle. When training clients, she likes to make sure they feel seen, heard, and respected. As well as providing them with the education to reach their goals. Keirra’s clients should be ready to give it their all during each session and be open to learn ways to reach their goals. The overall goal of fitness training is to improve your quality of life and perform daily activities with optimal performance.

Keirra wants the training environment to be positive, fun, and productive. The training session should result in clients having a positive self-image and knowing that they are reaching their goals with each session.

Nolan Rehmar

B.S. Exercise Science
ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist
ACE Certified Personal Trainer

Nolan believes that fitness training is crucial to optimize health. There are many fun and accessible methods of training for everyone, and it is never too late to start. He likes to build lasting strength through a full range of motion, so that everyday activities become easier. This will happen when the clients are diligent with their training and always give their best effort. The overall goal of training is to improve strength and body awareness. That will allow us to enjoy our favorite activities as long as possible.

The training environment should be relaxed, focused and fun. Nolan would like to see a stronger, more stable and healthier person over time. He likes to see body confidence developed so clients feel more comfortable with the activities they enjoy.

Ryan Hudson

B.S. Exercise Science
A.C.S.M. Certified Exercise Physiologist

Ryan believes that fitness training should be an area to become a better and healthier version of yourself. He likes to provide safety and security for the clients so they can train confidently during every exercise. He is the motivating support system for the clients by providing an encouraging and positive environment. The client should feel supported and always be ready to do their best with each exercise.

Ryan enjoys seeing each client’s progress from day one as they become more confident and motivated to continue exercising. As he gets to know the clients, Ryan likes to slowly move them out of their comfort zone to new exercises.