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Faces of Fitness: The Trainers

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Zac and Kami Price juggle fitness and three boys at their Energy Explosion gym in Spanish Fork. (Photo by Dave Blackhurst/UV Mag)

Zac and Kami Price first started training clients in the garage of Zac’s dad (artist Gary Price). As their reputation and business grew, the duo opened Energy Explosion in Spanish Fork. Their clientele now ranges from elite athletes to a wheechair-bound woman who strengthens her arms -— and also a mix of teenagers, middle-aged adults and senior citizens who participate in burpee contests and lift weights in the modern facility. 

Every person who comes to the gym works with a trainer either individually or in small groups. Energy Explosion’s reputation has led the Prices to a partnership with IdealShape, a local nutrition company where Zac and Kami are helping 10,000 who are currently doing an online weight loss and fitness challenge. 

“We are practical about nutrition and fitness,” Zac says. “We have pizza every Friday night with our boys. We eat healthy but really normal, and we love helping others make changes in their lifestyles.” 

Day in the Life of Trainers

Zac Price

3:30 a.m. Wake up and shower.

3:45 a.m. Answer social media questions and work with online clients (10,000 people currently doing online challenge!). 

4:45 a.m.  Pack my food for the day and head to the Energy Explosion gym. Drink a protein shake on the way.

5 a.m. — 1 p.m. Work with clients at the gym (Zac conducts 40 sessions a week, while as a company there are 150+ sessions weekly) 

9 a.m. Quick snack of Greek yogurt, fruit and granola.

1 p.m. Office work such as managing schedules and working with trainers. Photo/video shoots with IdealShape. Drink another protein shake.

4 p.m. Home with Kami and the kids for family time. Dinner.

8 p.m. Another hour of online work with clients. 

9 p.m. Time with Kami (if she’s not at yoga) and wind down before bed. 

Kami Price

5 a.m. Wake up and do yoga

6 a.m. Eat an IdealBar while answering emails, responding to social media posts, finance work, details of business. 

8:30 a.m. Breakfast with three boys (often scrambled eggs and wheat toast). 

11 a.m. Drink IdealBoost and a small snack like rice roller and peanut butter. 

11:30 a.m. Drop oldest son off at school, cruise to the gym with the other two kids for a quick workout. 

12:30 p.m. Drink IdealShake with unsweetened almond milk while running errands and kids to/from school. 

4 p.m. Family meal such as pork tacos, buffalo chicken with veggies or southwest salad with chicken.

5 p.m. Homework and family play time

7 p.m. IdealShake and reading time with boys before bed. 

8 p.m. Get organized to either teach yoga or plan my next day.  

9 p.m. Teach yoga and then head home and crash from exhaustion!

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