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About Big Time Results


noahalldredge1BigTime Results was founded in June 2007 by Noah Alldredge. He decided he wanted to combine his talents as a Registered Dietitian and years of personal training towards a model of new type of fitness facility. Originally, BigTime Results only trained in-home or at the work-site. As the business grew, we were able to open a facility to train out of! We look forward to our continued growth through exceptional customer service and favorable outcomes (BigTime Results) for our clients! I always say without our top notch customer service you don’t have the customers and without customers you don’t have a business! I feel very fortunate for every client we work with and take pride in making their time at BigTime Results an enjoyable, positive, and successful experience! We know the best was to grow our business is organically through our existing clients and we are thankful for our clients telling others about us!

BTR currently has a staff of 10 personal trainers that work with individual clients, classes, and much of our time is with corporate wellness clients! We look forward to growing in every dimension of our business and truly hope we are making a healthy impact on the community in which we reside!

Logan Wendt

Logan WendtLogan Wendt comes to Big Time Results with a degree in Exercise and Movement Science from Missouri State University and as a certified Health Fitness Specialist through the American College of Sports Medicine.

After graduating from MSU Logan was hired at CoxHealth in Springfield, Missouri. There he worked in the Corporate and Employee Wellness department where he gained experience as a health risk assessment team lead. In this position he was charged with conducting/managing health risk assessments for all Cox employees (an estimated 6,500 participate each year). Logan

developed a passion for wellness and plans on continuing his education with a master’s degree inHealth Promotion and Wellness Management.

Logan gained experience in personal training at Viking Fitness in Marshfield, Missouri during his internship at MSU. Logan also participated in many sports throughout his school career including wrestling, football, and track and field. He now stays active through jujitsu (a grappling art much like wrestling or judo) and kickboxing. Through all these experiences Logan has developed competency in a variety of physical activities and looks to incorporate them into his role as a Personal Trainer and Wellness Director.

Bryan Sullivan


Bryan SullivanBigTime: Tell us a little about yourself.
 
Bryan: Hi I am Bryan Sullivan, and I am from Houston, Texas. Originally, I was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois until I was twelve. I have recently graduated from Evangel University with a Bachelor in Exercise Science. I have a National Council of Strength and Fitness personal training certification, and look to pursue more certifications in the near future. I have always had a love for all sports, and I am very intrigued by the abilities different training programs can give you. I am a very caring, positive, and giving person who wants to help others achieve their personal goals.
 
BigTime: What made you decide to go into the health and fitness industry?
 
Bryan: Personally, I have always had a hard time losing weight, having energy, and staying on a healthy diet. I chose the health and fitness industry because, I can relate to others having these same problems, and want to show them how much better life can be when you are healthy and fit. Now I love staying active, and helping others live a healthy lifestyle. Helping others get the best out of their lives has always motivated me to give my best to that person. I also love creating different workout programs to allow the body to improve to the goals you are seeking. The Personal Training field has allowed me to use my passions for sports and working out, and allows me to impact others' lives positively every day.
 
BigTime: What goals do you have for your clients?
 
Bryan: I hope to show my clients how great it is to be healthy, and the benefits that it has. Also I want to give them lasting information so they may achieve their current goals, and continue to reach greater goals in the future. I want to show them that it can be fun to work out, and that it is a great time to de-stress.
 
BigTime: What is your greatest achievement when it comes to fitness?
 
Bryan: One of my greatest achievements in fitness was when I set a goal in 2014, and was able to reach all those goals by 2015. My athletic abilities that I trained for improveddramatically, and I was able to easily compete in different recreational sports throughout the year. We ended up winning the indoor soccer club that we were in that was put together with friends who were not experienced.

With the right strategies, coaching, and exercise training we were able to finish in 1st!

Jake Loper

jake-loperTell us a little bit about your history with BTR.

I heard of BTR through a friend and started training with Noah in November of 2011. I weighed 275lbs then, and after just 5 months of training I was down to 200 and that was just enough to win the 2012 weight loss challenge! I trained with Noah 3 mouths before I felt good about my weight. Once I was on my own I got a little more loose with my diet, but I was exercising 6 days a week, so I continued to maintain my weight loss. However, in January of 2014 I was diagnosed with a rare type of cancer that required a couple surgeries. The surgeries left me side lined for 6 months and in that time I had somehow managed to gain back ALL of the weight I had work so hard to lose. 

I came back to Noah for help in January 2015, weighed in at 280! After just 4 months I was able to lose 75 pounds! I continue to lose weight and my goal now is to start working on training up and building some more muscle!
 
What are your strengths in training?

Through this entire process I have been inspired to help everyone around me in any way i can. I have always enjoyed helping others and I feel like I have found my calling here as a personal trainer! I believe my greatest strength as a personal trainer is that  I've been there, twice, and I know what it's like to overcome the obstacles that many people face while trying to improve their health!
 
Tell us a little about your family.

 am a proud father of 3 kids under the age of 7 years, 2 girls and 1 boy. Their names are Cora, Quinn, and Max. I have been married for nearly 8 years to my bride, Kristy. They all make me a better man!

 

Anthony Finzo

anthony-finzoTell us a little about yourself:
 
Well, I am a graduate of Evangel University with a major is Exercise Science - Personal Training and a minor in Biblical Studies. I also played football for the Crusaders defense at the safety position. 
 
Why did you choose the health and fitness industry?
 
Thats a long story, but I suffered three serious knee injuries in high school, and the long rehabilitations eventually lead to my inspiration to help others pursue their gold standard of living!
 
What are you goals for your clients here at BTR?
 
My desire is for my clients to energetically chase the best within themselves! I work with them to make everything they do mean something, so they can get better someway, somehow, and everyday. 
 
What is your favorite part about the job?
 
When a person looks at me with a look of success and accomplishment, that just makes my day.
 
If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
 
I don't know if I could pick just one superpower, but after all of my injuries and recoveries, I kept chasing and fighting to live my dream of college football, form that, my parents start calling me "Superman", and I wear the "S" everyday. So probably Superman. 

Lanae Shockley 

trainerTell us a little bit about yourself?
 
I am homegrown here in the Ozarks. Raised in a small town around a bunch of "Aggies" who believed you're doing life right if you have a ball in your hand and can judge a class of Hereford Angus cows correctly. I am currently finishing my undergrad degree at Missouri State University for Recreation, Sport, and Park Administration. I'm an outdoor enthusiast who loves the mountains and backcountry in general. I enjoy being active, have all my life but found my real passion in weight lifting and competing in figure. I also take pleasure in cooking. I have found that any guilty pleasure that we you can find at a restaurant, you can make a healthy delicious version in your own kitchen. Being creative is my specialty.
 
How did you decide to go into the health and fitness industry?
 
From first stepping foot in the weight room when I was in 6th grade to now I have always enjoyed the brutal, pain inflicting "dude" workouts that only guys would do. Even if I couldn't fully perform the same work load as the guys around me, I always tried staying with them. About 3 years ago, as social media has taken over my generation, I came across a physique competitor by the name of Dana Linn Bailey. Although at the time I had no desire to have her muscular development, I followed her and watched her videos and was in awe. The work ethic, her humbleness, and how she carried herself, being a muscular female was amazing to me. I realized that its not about what society thinks the average female or male should look like. It's about your personal goals and feeling good in your own skin. Now I feel its my job to deliver that same message. 
 
What motivates you to live a healthy active lifestyle? 
 
When I was 21 years old all I cared about was my social life. I had no goals for myself. I worked out hard but ate like crap and partied every weekend. I wondered why I always getting sick, feeling terrible and starting to put on that "my metabolism isn't the same/im no longer 16 years old" weight. When I started eating cleaner, actually drinking water for a change and staying consistent with my workouts I felt like a new person. I can not only see but feel the differece in living a healthy active life. We are all going to die one day, why not start doing preventative care for ourselves now so that the time we have can be meaningful and fulfilling.
 
What is your greatest achievement when it comes to fitness?
 
When I realized one day that within a year, I went from not being able to squat my own body weight to squatting over double my bodyweight and repping the weight out like it was nothing :)
 
 Do you think you lift more than any of the male trainers at BigTime?  
 
Yes! 

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