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.
Landon Campbell, B.S. EXSC, NSCA-CPT
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Landon is currently a senior in the Master’s of Public Health-Physical Activity and
Public Health program at USC and has worked within the Fitness Department as a personal
trainer for over three years. An involvement in sports such as wrestling allowed him
to be involved with several aspects of weight training at an early age allowing him
to participate in structured exercise for over a decade. Landon views exercise and
fitness holistically with his focus being on body composition changes and lifestyle
modifications for long-lasting results. Goal setting, understanding the process, and
addressing barriers are all components of his training philosophy.
Noah Karch, NASM-CPT
Noah is currently a junior studying Exercise Science at USC, and his passion for fitness
comes from a family background in competitive bodybuilding. Noah began weight training
as a freshman at USC, and his goals are centered around both strength and physique
development. Through his experience, he found that with training comes a strong sense
of self, and that it positively carries over to many other things, whether fitness-related
or not. Noah believes creating the belief that any personal goal can be achieved with
the proper plan and mindset is the most powerful tool that personal training can provide.
Noah strives to make training a cooperative effort with his clients, no matter what
their goal may be.
Sam Uliana, ACSM-CPT
Sam is a senior studying Exercise Science with future plans to go on to Physician
Assistant School after graduation. She first became interested in fitness when playing
competitive soccer in high school and wanted to become stronger. She got into weightlifting
with the guidance of her father who was previously a bodybuilder. She relied upon
his assistance to overcome gym intimidation and gain self-confidence as she learned
the proper forms and technique. This has been an important aspect in her training
of clients as she wants to help them feel more comfortable and confident not only
in the gym but in all aspects of life. She has a background in weightlifting, running,
and circuit-style workouts which allows her to keep things fun and exciting. In addition
to working out, she is also passionate about healthy eating and positive mindset and
wants her clients to achieve an overall better lifestyle.
Jordan Bartholf, ACSM
Jordan is a working towards her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree, planning to
graduate in August 2021. She graduated from South Dakota State University in 2018
with a Bachelors in Exercise Science, where she worked as a personal trainer for two
years prior to starting with USC’s Fitness Department. After working with various
strength and conditioning coaches and personal trainers throughout her high school
years, Jordan decided to obtain her own certifications to allow her to share her passion
for exercise with others. Jordan’s training focuses around intentionally-designed
programs made to maximize client goals, enforcing proper technique and mechanics,
and finding ways to make fitness an enjoyable part of everyone’s life. Whether you
have never stepped foot in a gym before or are looking for some fine-tuning, Jordan
enjoys working with all types of clients and working towards any and all fitness and
Sara Steger, NSCA-CPT
Sara is a junior studying exercise science on a pre-medical track here at USC. Along
with being a personal trainer, she also serves as the Faculty and Staff Personal Training
Assistant, coordinating events and activities for Blatt PEC. Her passion for fitness
stems from her athletic career since high school. She discovered her interest in weight
training and nutrition as a cross country and track athlete. 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.
Ben McGuire, ACSM
Ben McGuire is a senior getting his degree in finance while seeking to attend physical
therapy school. Ben is a part of the Men’s Club Volleyball team and helps with the
Women’s D1 Volleyball team. He believes the best workout plan is one you can enjoy
doing and loves exploring many different types of fitness. His focus with clients
is on physique development and athleticism.
JohnLee Barnett, ACSM
John is a second semester junior presently pursuing a degree in exercise science.
Before attending USC, he played a year of collegiate football at Maryville College
in eastern Tennessee. While there, he played middle linebacker, played a crucial part
in the team earning the 2016 USA South Conference championship, and discovered his
true passion for physical fitness. John is a motivated trainer and is looking forward
to helping anyone and everyone to reaching their goals. He is capable of all levels
of training; strength, balance, endurance, and specializes in muscular development
and training explosive movements.
Dylan Little, NSCA
Dylan is currently a sophomore 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.