Studio One Personal Training – now open!
Studio One is a personal training studio in the heart of the New Edinburgh neighbourhood in Ottawa. We work with our clients to develop fitness, nutrition and lifestyle strategies to improve their lives by addressing the stresses, habits and decisions that affect their physical and mental well-being.
We have no contracts, no hidden fees, and will work with you to fit your sessions into your lifestyle. Our goal is to make fitness a fun and effective launch pad to improving every aspect of your life.
- One-on-one, couples or small group training
- 30 or 60-minute sessions — various package sizes
- Customized exercise programs, no matter your needs, goals or previous fitness experience
***Check out our new Staff Trainer prices!***
Meet Craig, Owner and Trainer
Craig Adams knows all about being in denial of a disastrous state of health. A highly competitive basketball player through high school and into college, intestinal illness, fatigue and emotional distress forced him to give up the sport he loved. After five months of restful recovery, inactivity and dissatisfaction drove him to rededicate his passion and energy into a two-year plan to reclaim his health. Discovering and addressing the underlying causes of his physical and emotional issues ultimately led him to a career in the health and fitness industry. Ten years later, healthier and more enthusiastic than ever, he helps people take charge of themselves and create the physical fitness they need to live the life they know they deserve.
Owner of Studio One in New Edinburgh, Craig brings clients his expertise gained from training hundreds of people of every possible background over the past five years. His three-pronged approach, developed through his own personal struggles, helps clients become knowledgeable and motivated while making balanced eating and regular exercise a fun and rewarding part of their lives.
Craig is a certified trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA).
Meet Rebecca, Trainer
Rebecca Nicklin has had a passion for health, fitness and nutrition for over a decade and enjoys passing on her knowledge and enthusiasm to her clients to help them achieve their health and fitness potential. After completing her Police Foundations diploma at Algonquin College, Rebecca began training for her police fitness competency testing. Upon the start of her university career in Criminology at the University of Ottawa, Rebecca began training for, and competed in, her first fitness competition in the figure category. From that point on, Rebecca has maintained a very active and healthy lifestyle!
Rebecca is also committed to maintaining an overall healthy well-being. Outside of the gym she finds time to enjoy the outdoors (especially in summer) by running with her dog, enjoying her cottage, volunteering and finding time to travel. Through trials and tribulations, she has found that keeping a healthy, positive state of mind is of utmost importance as well.
Rebecca is a certified trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA).