with Specialized Coaches
TOM DUER: Co-Owner
B.S., NSCA -CSCS, NSCA TSAC, USAW-Level 1, Crossfit Level 1
Tom founded Pittsburgh Fitness Project in 2015 and PFP Barbell in 2017. He started personal training in 2009 and coaching Olympic style weightlifting in 2015. Tom began his career working with people on general fitness and now his focus has shifted to primarily working with people who want to learn and master the Snatch and Clean and Jerk.
I believe in using the right tool for the right job. Through my diverse experience as not only a fitness professional but also a competitive athlete through multiple disciplines (football, track and field, bodybuilding, CrossFit, Olympic lifting ). We work together to find the best possible solution for your fitness needs.
There are a ton of ways to get you as in shape and healthy as you want to be. It is my mission to help find on that will work for you, but also that you will stick with, and hopefully have a good time in the process.
10000+ hours of 1-on-1 training experience
Top 10 105kg weightlifter in the USA
Published Fitness Model (Musclemag/REPS! magazine )
WES HALL: PFP Trainer
M.S. Exercise Science, NASM PES
After bouncing around various unenjoyable jobs post-undergrad, I decided to make a career change and commit to making one of my passions and favorite hobbies my life. I went back to school and got a master's in exercise science. I haven't looked back since and have been training now for over 6 years.
I'm not here to just tell you what exercises to do as a personal trainer. As a personal trainer, it is my responsibility to coach and educate my clients as well. I'm here to tell you why I'm giving you a specific exercise, educate you on how to perform it correctly and how it will help you reach your specific goals.
I'm big on continuing education and am constantly learning new tools and refining my coaching techniques to help us reach your goals. In other words, I'm kind of a nerd when it comes to fitness.
My goal for you is to help you become the best version of yourself, achieve the results you want, no matter where you are in your fitness journey and to have a little fun along the way.
Gina Moss: PFP Trainer
A.A.S. in Physical Therapy
Gina is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She also holds her A.A.S. in Physical Therapy and works as a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant outside of PFP.
Growing up, I was involved in various sports including soccer, karate, and track. In my early 20’s, I started to really prioritize building strength and adopting a healthier, more well-rounded lifestyle. I was introduced to CrossFit several years ago, which led me to find my passion for Olympic weightlifting. I now train and compete as a member of the barbell club here at PFP.
As a personal trainer, my goal is to motivate, educate, and to help my clients recognize their potential. My perspective on training stems from my own fitness experiences, my background in physical therapy, and continuing education. I strongly believe in establishing key foundations and progressing accordingly to ensure proper movement patterns and injury prevention. I aim to take away any uneasiness about starting a new exercise routine so that it becomes approachable and attainable. I look forward to helping others break through barriers and achieve their goals, wherever they may be in their fitness journey.
JAMES CHANDLER: PFP Trainer
Performance Enhancement Specialist
James Chandler is certified as a Performance Enhancement Specialist through the National Association of Sports Medicine and is a graduate of Slippery Rock University with a degree and PA certification in Physical & Health Education. At Slippery Rock James was a sprinter on the Track & Field team, specializing in the 400m dash, where he developed a love for training. As a member of the track and field team, James was able to win multiple conference event championships, receive several all-conference honors, and be part of a record-breaking 4x400m relay team. James discovered his love for helping others achieve their wellness-related goals through the Slippery Rock Physical & Health Education curriculum as well as being a leader on the track and field team.
Outside of PFP, James is a strength and conditioning coach at fox chapel. He works with football, soccer, and baseball players. He also teaches physical education at Propel Braddock Hills High School.
30 Minute Sessions
- 10 sessions for $400
- $40/session if part of Month-to-Month Plan
45 Minute Sessions
- 10 sessions for $525
- $52.50/ Session if part of Month-to Month Plan
60 Minute Sessions
- 10 sessions or $700
- $70/session if part of Month-to-Month Plan
- Includes Barbell Coaching
- Also Includes Open Gym
PFP Ultimate Pass
- $100/Month with 1/Week Training
- $75/Month with 2/Week Training
- $50/Month With 3/Week Training Package
- Drop in: $20/Class
- 10 Classes: $150
- 25 Classes: $300
5500 Butler Street, Pittsburgh PA 15201