SFG1, ACE Personal Trainer, TRX Suspension Trainer, TRX RIP Stick, 200 Hr Registered Yoga Instructor with Yoga Alliance, Thai Yoga Massage Foundations, Prenatal Yoga, Level 1 Track and Field Coach, Crossfit Mobility, Muscle Driver Olympic Lifting, Attitude Nation Level 1 Weightlifting, CPR/First Aid/AED
Angila joined the U.S. Coast Guard Reserves in 2000, and was activated after Sept 11, 2001. She was stationed in Wilmington and fell in love with the area. Wilmington became her home after being released from active duty in 2010. She knows what it’s like to go through military boot camp and is excited to offer fun boot camp classes for all fitness levels.
Angila obtained a B.S. in Exercise Science from UNCW, and a B.S. Degree from Mount Olive College in Management and Organizational Development. She is now working towards her Master's Degree in Kinesiology at A.T. Still University, with a concentration in Sports Conditioning and Orthopedic Rehabilitation. While at UNCW she worked as a Research Assistant on two separate projects, and presented research at the 2014 ACSM Conference in Orlando, Fl. Being healthy and physically fit has always been important, but has now become a way of life. She hopes to share this love with others to help them become more happy and healthy.
“My favorite aspect of being a trainer is seeing the smile on my clients faces when they achieve their goals. It is an indescribable feeling to know that I had a small part in their success.”
Kettlebell, Self Defense, Boxing, and Martial Arts Instructor
Neal Zumbro was an Infantry Sergeant of Marines with multiple combat tours. After his service ended he wanted to earn a black belt in a martial art and found his way into the world of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in 2005. To supplement his martial arts training he was introduced to kettlebells and he quickly realized the benefits of the functional training and the no nonsense approach to weight training. Gone were the days of loading heavy plates on bars and waiting in line for equipment, as they were replaced with shorter and more effective workouts.
These kettlebell workouts allowed for more time to recover before his daily jiu jitsu training in the evenings in addition to developing immense amounts of core and grip strength not typically found in his routines using bars and machines. Neal would later receive the prestigious title of RKC in 2009 from the kettlebell guru Pavel Tsatsouline after completing the "Russian Kettlebell Challenge". Armed with a kettlebell, Neal now took his workouts outdoors and saw the world as his gym. Neal earned a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in 2012 under Renato "Charuto" Verisimo of the Nova Uniao Team of Rio De Janeiro. Neal has since competed in two consecutive World Championships in Long Beach California. He credits his regular practice of yoga, good nutrition and kettlebell lifting for his rapid success in the sport of Brazilian jiu jitsu and his overall well being.
ACE Personal Trainer, Les Mills GRIT, TRX RIP Stick, and CPR/First Aid/AED Certified
Kim moved to Wilmington in pursuit of her Bachelor’s degree after earning her Associates in Science from Wake Tech. She graduated from UNCW with a B.S in Exercise Science degree in 2015, and has been an ACE Certified Personal Trainer for 4 years. She has previous experience working at the UNCW Rec Center and O2 Fitness, specializing in women’s fitness. Kim enjoys both Personal Training and Group Exercise specializing in Les Mills GRIT, Kettlebell classes, Bootcamp style workouts, and TRX Classes. Her style is a mix between traditional weight lifting for strength and balance, and HIIT type workouts that effectively improve both the body’s muscles and endurance.
CSCS, SFG1, Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach Level 1,
My passion for fitness and specifically coaching fitness started at Dominican College in Orangeburg, NY where I got my degree in Athletic Training. Now having a background in rehab and athletic development led me to work with athletes of all levels and general population people looking to move and feel better and avoid injuries and improve their quality of living. I have worked in conjunction with a nearby country club where I was a content writer on fitness for golfers and tennis players and overall liaison of fitness for that country club. I love using all kinds of modalities especially Kettlebells, different types of resistance bands and body weight exercises to teach students how they can improve there fitness and movement quality and do it in a small area no bigger than a living room. I love the journey of fitness and I am constantly learning more everyday and love giving that knowledge to others.
The Scientific Method
ATP stands for adenosine tri-phosphate. ATP is considered to be the bodies "energy currency". It is used in all metabolic processes whether at work or rest. Different energy systems create and break down ATP, and are activated differently depending on how long and how intense the body is working.
Our programming is designed to activate each energy system and allow our members to reach their full fitness potential.
Some of our staff has conducted and participated in multiple scientific research projects. We aim to stay current on the most up-to-date research regarding health and fitness
ATP Fitness is a veteran owned and operated business deeply involved with the local community. We would like to give back to our veterans by offering free yoga classes to those with disabilities. Disabilities including PTSD, anxiety, depression, and stress. We also work with the local nonprofit organization Pets-For-Vets, Cape Fear Chapter.
This orgainization provides a unique service to our veterans. Pets-For-Vets rescues animals from local shelters and matches them with service connected veterans. The animals are selected specifically for each veteran, and then trained by professionals to become the perfect companion for their new owner. This service is done at zero cost to the veteran and all funding is raised locally. Please contact us for details. 910-320-5679