Meet Our Trainers

Carson Stuart, NASM, NETA

Carson is a 25+ year resident of Chapel Hill. After completing an extensive career in data communications development, Carson obtained Personal Training certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and the National Exercise Trainers Association (NETA).

Carson works to assist mature adults in achieving their fitness goals. He specializes in strength training and conditioning, balance training, stretching and injury prevention for the athlete in all of us.

Training Philosophy: I want to get you out of your training comfort zone to achieve your true fitness potential.


Colin Brough, NPTI

As a graduate of the National Personal Training Institute, Colin has sizable knowledge and experience in exercise physiology, anatomy, and nutrition. He has experience working with a wide range of individuals, including athletes, beginners, seniors, people recovering from injury, people dealing with diabetes, arthritis, obesity, and many other challenging situations.

Colin brings a terrific skill set of training techniques that have been finely tuned by working as an exercise specialist at the YMCA and other health club organizations. He has also run his own in-home personal training company serving the Chapel Hill/Carrboro area. When he is not helping people reach their health related goals, he enjoys playing basketball, tennis, mountain biking, and spending time with family and friends.

“Health and fitness has been a passion of mine for a long time and it is truly a dream come true to be able to share that passion with so many people. I love helping individuals become empowered with self-confidence through exercise and comprehensive lifestyle changes in ways they never thought were possible. I will work diligently to help you achieve optimal health by developing a customized fitness program based on your individual needs and goals. So, if you are ready to make the commitment towards better health and a better life, then please don’t hesitate. Let’s get moving!”