Where YOU Define YOUR strong.


Thousands of Lives: Changed

That’s what decades of diverse, collective experience from Bodies by Burgoon trainers will get you. They guide. They coach. They laugh. They cry. They cheer. And they believe in every single person making personal commitments to health.

There is no one-size-fits-all in fitness. ...and making an experience one that individually motivates you to achieve whatever it is you want to achieve is most important. 

For the trainers, it’s about what’s right for each of their unique clients – it might be losing weight, gaining weight, getting stronger, getting faster, or learning to walk. There’s no magic…only hard work. And they know how to make the hard work fun and rewarding with total body workouts that leave your body and your mind recharged.

Everyone is welcome — all shapes, all sizes, all colors, all fitness levels, all lifestyles. Sweat and hard work are our common ground.


Jason Burgoon:
Owner/Lead Trainer

My best friend was a proud sheetrock taper, the man I lifted weights with, the man who taught me kickboxing, and a happy parent. He was my dad. And, all I ever wanted to do was make him proud. My earliest memories are working with him on Saturday mornings. And at each job we worked together, he’d say to everyone about me, “Watch how high he can kick!” He taught me to work hard, work honestly, treat people with respect, and to always stick up for people smaller or weaker than me, if they needed it. What he taught me has guided my life.




Class Instruction, Cycling


Class Instruction, Cycling


Aldon Tibbs:
Senior Trainer

When I was 21 I was playing in a band called Clair de Lune. At that time, I could only imagine becoming a rock star. But then, I became a dad. My son Landon was born on December 24th, 2002, and he changed everything. After Landon was born, I really began to get into fitness. I started running and lifting weights. I had to get active because I had an active son.


Class Instructor, Cycling


Class Instruction, Cycling


Dawn Bryant:

When I was 11, I earned a 2nd place ribbon in the big fifth track meet for my speedy contribution to my team’s relay. I never forgot about that ribbon because, until recently, it was the only reminder that maybe I had a little bit of athleticism hidden somewhere in my being.


Trainer & Class Instruction