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  • *Under 18 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian.

  • *Under 18 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian.

9ROUND FITNESS

3330 South Crater Road
Petersburg, Virginia 23805
USA

About the team

  • 9Round trainer
    Mosi "BeastMo" Jones
    As a kid, my father threw me in about every mainstream sport in the book. As I transitioned into middle school, I briefly explored boxing. I soon realized that while I was not a sporty person, I needed to start keeping myself fit and healthy. I was not obese at my stage in middle school, but I was severely out of shape. I wanted to sculpt the body of my dreams. I started eating better. I did moderate cardio and hit my weights in the basement. I lost about 40 pounds within the year and I kept on working weights for three years in high school. My body improved, but not where I wanted to be. That is when I began taking my diet more seriously and my next journey was bettering my nutrition portion with the paleo diet. I lost around 34 pounds and hite 170. I had gotten rid of my biscuit belly but I went further for abs. I made some mistakes from dieting too far. I still had low self-esteem though my mother assured me I was already lean enough. Having messed myself up with the wrong dieting program, I fixed it by finally turning to the help of the trainers at 9Round. I am now a trainer myself and proud of myself in helping others understand what they need to do to achieve their goals.
  • 9Round trainer
    Elizabeth "Gin-ja Ninja" Hutchins
    I did ballet for 10 years, starting when I was only two years old, then got into running after battling anorexia. When I turned sixteen, I learned about high intensity interval training and wanted to become strong so I began weight lifting. I continued my fitness journey while pregnant and included my son in some f my workouts. He tells me I'm the fastest and best, and I pull the express, which helps me believe in myself. I think when making a goal the biggest step is believing in yourself and convincing yourself to make loving choices for yourself. I studied at the National Academy of Sports Medicine and want to inspire people to surpass their goals and leap over any hurdles they may think they have. Believe in yourself, and you're already halfway there:)!
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