I am Matt Wirth, I have recently relocated from Omaha, Nebraska to be the newest personal trainer at Emerge in St. Charles.  As I am establishing my business here, I am challenging you to prove me wrong. I give you the challenge that in one session you can’t tell me that you cannot see the value of training from an accredited personal trainer.

     Many times personal training is looked at as a luxury and only for people that have high paying jobs; what most people don’t know is that training (from a accredited personal trainer) is a investment that you cannot put a price on.

     Our current clientele at Emerge are kids from the age of eight to the older adult ages of seventy eight. College kids are not known to have a lot of money, yet they see the value so much that they pick up part time jobs outside of school just for more personal training.

     These people have learned life long lessons on how to stay fit, eat healthy, avoid injury and illness, proper form/technique, and most of all, getting the most out of their time while working out. Once again, my challenge is this: if you ever have had a trainer in the past and didn’t see results; if you have ever thought about hiring a personal trainer to help motivate, educate, or for accountability.

     If you currently have a personal trainer now (that isn’t at Emerge) and just for kicks would like a free workout to compare methods, contact me. See firsthand what myself here at Emerge can show you; that you may take something away from it.  

    My challenge is simply for you to tell me that you cannot see the value and/or you didn’t take anything away from the workout, all while having a good experience. Contact me and we’ll set you up for your one free session. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.       

Matt Wirth   ‘Emerge Fitness Training 



Heres a testimonial from Kim Lemmon  ‘Omaha Ne. 

“I started working out with a trainer over 3 years ago. I had started school to become a Physical Therapist Assistant and we were working on lifts and transfers. It was when I almost dropped my instructor when we were testing out max assist transfers of 1, that I realized I needed to do more than just lose weight, I needed to become stronger as well. I always knew I needed to lose weight, but was too lazy to do so. I was a couch potato and I was good at it. My family was not active when I was growing up, ergo, I was not active and did not participate in any sports.

My initial goal was to lose 30 lbs. and gain some strength. After 11 months I had lost 50 lbs. and had gotten quite a bit stronger. I am currently the smallest size I’ve ever been and have learned better eating habits. I still struggle with falling off the diet wagon….a lot, but continue to get back on knowing that this is still a work in progress. I also struggle with getting to the gym, but because I have scheduled appointments, I go. Knowing how lazy I am, I knew that I would not go to the gym unless I was going to be held accountable and that led to working with a trainer.

I’ve worked with Matt for approximately 3 years and learned a lot from him. He helped me with proper lifting techniques and form as well as help me work on my diet. Matt has over 10 years of experience and knowledge. He has an athletic background and a strong desire to help others. He also has loads of patience! He has worked with all age groups and fitness levels from couch potato to professional athletes. He’s intelligent with a desire to continue learning. He knows what he knows and he knows what he doesn’t. That which he doesn’t he will find out. Through his guidance, I have started the road to becoming healthier (and less round….although round is a shape!)”

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  1. I have been an athlete from the ripe age of 4 when my mom dropped me into gymnastics classes. I did swimming and track up through my second year of college. I was coaching gymnastics one day, did a tumbling pass, and tore my ACL and medial meniscus. I was done with sports for a while until I rehabed my knee. I transfered back to Omaha to go to Creighton.

    I met Matt while I was back in Omaha at 24 Hour Fitness. He offered to spot me on a heavy bench press and gave me a few pointers on form to maximize my life. He really knew his stuff. I was impressed so I tried to figure out a way to pay for a few sessions with him. He was so focused on the proper technique of each exercise… I didn’t want to listen half the time because that meant I couldn’t lift as much :) What he taught me has stuck. I decided to pursue an exercise science degree and I have been working as a personal trainer for the last three years.

    I am surrounded every day by very educated trainers who look good on paper but have no passion for what they do or how his/her clients look and feel. Matt is passionate about helping people achieve their goals. It is sad to say that is rare in this industry. I am so grateful for my time spent with Matt. He was one of the best investments I’ve ever made. Thanks Matt!

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