Meet Nina Lomax, owner of Body Conscience Personal Training
Nina Lomax has been teaching weight training since 1980 and is widely recognized as one of
America’s first female pioneers in the weight training industry. She is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
In the comfort of her in-home gym, Nina provides personal training in a supportive
environment. She believes weight training is the fastest, most effective way to shape and tone
When you enlist Nina as your trainer, you have her on your team, keeping you accountable and
on track to meet your goals.
You will start with the basics of fitness and as you improve, your workout will intensify
according to your ability to ensure you are challenged just the right amount.
Nina’s personalized approach also means that she can help you where you are and get you to where you want to be - even if you’ve had injuries, are recovering from surgery, are a super-star athlete, or have been to a gym for years, Nina can help you improve your mind, body, and health.
The effectiveness of Nina’s training will leave you feeling emotionally and physically stronger, ready to take on the world with confidence!
Besides getting in shape, Nina will also guide you to incorporate exercise into your daily schedule and eat right. Her goal is to help you live a healthier life-style inside and out.
Nina defines weight training success when her client achieves their goal and knows exactly what to do to stay in shape on their own.
"I was inspired by Nina’s can-do attitude. Our workouts have given me more energy and strength and has allowed me to go off blood pressure medicine. Now when I look in the mirror, I like the person looking back at me!" –Michelle E.
"What a difference two years have made. At age 74, I weighed 190+ convinced I was doomed to look terrible and have aching knees. Now at age 76, I now weigh 150 and have a shape that lights up my husband’s eyes!! Thanks for your exercise regime, nutritional instructions, and encouragement!" –Mona S.
"Since starting the exercises Nina suggested, I have noticed a marked improvement in my ability to climb stairs and a reduction of pain in my knees. This has encouraged me to continue the commitment of time and effort I must put forth to improve my health and physical well-being." –Ann A.