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Our Trainers

All trainers have both in-house and national training certification by groups including the American College of Sports Medicine, National Strength and Conditioning Association, and National Academy of Sports Medicine.

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Sara Steger: NSCA-CPT

Sara is a junior studying exercise science on a pre-medical track here at UofSC. Along with being a personal trainer, she also serves as the Faculty and Staff Personal Training Assistant, coordinating events and activities for Blatt PEC. She discovered her interest in weight training and nutrition as a cross country and track athlete in high school. She now dedicates her time to strength training as a competitive powerlifter. Sara believes that everyone can find their strength with the right motivation and programming. She is dedicated to helping clients feel comfortable in a gym and make the positive changes to achieve their goals. Focusing on fitness has changed her life and she knows that it can do the same for others. 

Dylan Little

Dylan Little: NSCA

Dylan is currently a junior majoring in finance and management. His passion for fitness began through his love of sports and grew when he made the transition from basketball to weightlifting in his junior year of high school. While Dylan’s background in his own training is more hypertrophy based, he is a goal-oriented trainer who is focused and committed to all types of different clients. Training has given him the confidence and the mindset to do things he never thought possible and strives to help everyone experience the physical and mental benefits that training provides. He promotes safe and effective training styles no matter what the goal may be. 

personal trainer neily curry

Neily Curry: NSCA-CPT

Neily is currently a senior studying elementary education. Neily’s athletic background traces back to six years of competitive cheerleading. She began weight training coming into college as a way to stay active and developed a passion for it. She has experience in various outlets of exercise such as plyometrics, group fitness, yoga, powerlifting, and now focuses on Olympic Weightlifting. Neily is drawn toward clients who want to improve their body composition, strength, and overall mental-emotional well-being. Above all, Neily wants her clients, especially women, to feel comfortable in and out of the weight room. 

trainer bianca galassini

Bianca Galassini:  NASM

Bianca is a senior exercise science major and aspires to become a physical therapist after graduation and discovered her passion for fitness and nutrition through her training and experiences as a current Division I collegiate soccer player at UofSC. She now dedicates her time to various forms of exercise including weight training, yoga, and interval training. Bianca believes in understanding each client’s individual goals and creating personalized training programs to help achieve those goals. She aims to help all clients be confident in making positive changes to create an enjoyable, healthy, and sustainable lifestyle.

evan robinette, student personal trainer

Evan Robinette: ACSM-CPT

Evan is a senior exercise science major and will be attending MUSC in the fall, working towards his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Evan has experience in various training environments ranging from sport performance to rehabilitation, but his specialty is injury prevention. Evan discovered his interest in weight training and nutrition during his freshman year of college when he worked with a UofSC personal trainer to help guide him. Investing time and effort into physical wellness has positively impacted Evan's life, and he strives to assist others on this same journey. Evan endorses a training regimen that is safe, efficient, and is structured based on the specific goals of each client. 

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