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Alana Yates


Alana Yates, AAHFRP, MES, ACE-CPT has served the fitness industry as a coach, group exercise instructor, and personal trainer/fitness manager for over fourteen years. She was born and raised in Tulsa, OK, and played and coached collegiate soccer before beginning her fitness career as a personal trainer and group exercise instructor. She has coached youth soccer and offered sports conditioning training and classes for basketball, tennis, and soccer athletes. Alana has also taught various group exercise classes such as: spinning, outdoor fitness/boot camp, and post-rehab/posture alignment.

Alana owns and operates an in-home personal training company in the Tulsa area. Her specialties include: post-rehabilitation, posture alignment therapy, injury prevention, and sports conditioning. She has her Master's degree in Health and Kinesiology from Northestern State University and is certified as a medical exercise specialist, Egoscue posture alignment specialist, and a personal trainer through ACE. She also holds her USSF B soccer coaching license.

Her goal is to empower people from all walks of life to discover their inner-athletes and achieve their goals, and help people find activities they enjoy so they stick with a training program. Alana knows this is key to experiencing long-term results.

Jul 242013
Tree Training

Even in the Oklahoma heat, I’d still prefer outdoor training than training in a gym, especially with all of the cool tools out on the market today. Pictured here, I have one of my clients, tennis athlete Austin Hoose, hitting his workout using a tree, the TRX Rip Trainer, and two tubes (heavier and lighter). Continue Reading «Tree Training »


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Jun 202013

If you haven’t tried the TRX Rip Trainer and you like the option of training indoors and out, then you may get hooked on this tool like I am. Just like the TRX Suspension Trainer, the Rip is designed to train life and sport movements. You can use it like the Suspension Trainer and attach Continue Reading «Get RIPPED!»

Apr 012013

Today I ran to sweat. I ran to rid myself of negativity and to clear my head to be stronger, calmer, and more focused. Ever been there? Most of us have. Whether you use running, cycling, or any other type of training to do it, most of us enjoy the “feel good” feeling after we Continue Reading «Running Through Adversity»