Our names are Tanner and Troy, twin brothers passionate about fitness and reaching our full physical potential, with an emphasis on LONGEVITY and PAIN FREE living.
We named our company One For All because our goal is to pass on the stockpile of knowledge and experience that we have accumulated to anyone who wants to apply that information to improve their own life.
Whether you want to lose weight, get stronger and more muscular, perform better in your sport, or train out nagging joint/muscular pain (knee, lower back, neck, shin splints, etc), we want this website and our coaching to be the only resources you need. We use precise standards and measurements to find the bottleneck in your training that is holding you back from your next level.
To make impactful and healthy changes, both strength and flexibility must be addressed, which is why we prioritize a “strength through length” mindset. We pride ourselves on giving no-nonsense, straightforward explanations, and make sure to recommend strategies that are simple and efficient.
The exercises we recommend in our programs are quite different than what you will see in a commercial gym… but by becoming a member, you will have access to us as your on demand coaches to make sure your form is textbook and your questions are answered, all through our easy to use app, powered by TrueCoach.
All we ask is to give us a try, we are an affordable and commitment free service, and your body will thank you for it!
For more results, check out our Instagram @oneforall_fitness in the highlights
I am 64 years old and have been training for most of my life. Still strong and flexible, but my knee was bugging me. Troy showed me how to stretch my rectus femoris and I instantly realized how tight my quads were. Now I can work out in a way that leaves me feeling better when I leave the gym.
I did gymnastics and dance when I was younger so my flexibility has always been good. I wanted a trainer to help me get toned, and Tanner said my mobility made me the perfect trainee for strength training. Now I can squat my own bodyweight even though I started just barely able to lift the bar!
My hip was bugging me and I couldn’t figure out why the pain wasn’t going away. I rested and it still wasn’t feeling better when I worked out again. Turns out my hip flexor was really weak in the short range, so after Troy showed me how to stretch and strengthen it, I felt much better.