Ryan Bloor demonstrates battle ropes at his personal
training business, Right Body Fitness.
Charles Auer/Freeman Staff
WAUKESHA - Entering the office building at 217 Wisconsin
Ave., a person wouldn’t expect for there to be a workout
studio in the basement with personal trainer Ryan Bloor
excited to help you get fit.
2013 Carroll University graduate, Bloor found he enjoyed
working with clients one-on-one or in small groups to
get in better shape and health, so he decided to open
Right Body Fitness in Waukesha. He formed the company in
April 2014 and rented the studio space on Wisconsin
Avenue in March.
the past two-and-a-half years, Bloor said he had been
training people on nutrition and fitness before deciding
to venture out on his own.
had a big enough client base and I saw myself doing this
long-term,” he said.
Bloor has a bachelor of science degree in recreation
management and is a nationally certified personal
trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine.
said some people prefer training in his private studio
because they feel more comfortable than they would in a
large gym with others.
the future, Bloor said. he’d like to gear his business
more toward training people to run properly.