Treva Brandon Scharf’s commitment to fitness began in high school and college where she played volleyball and competed in track. Her love of sports and extensive knowledge of exercise, prepared her well for a career in fitness and coaching. For Treva, fitness isn’t just a passion and profession; it’s a higher calling.
With over 30 years in the fitness business, Treva is considered one of L.A.’s most respected trainers and group fitness instructors. She has taught at Crunch, Gold’s Gym, Sports Club L.A., Barry’s Bootcamp, and Equinox, among others. She currently runs her own private training and coaching business. She is AFAA certified.
Treva is a CBVA ranked beach volleyball player, a USTA 4.0 doubles player, and a 5-time marathoner. She draws from her years as a competitive athlete to help her clients and classes achieve peak performance.
Treva designs her workouts to meet each client’s needs, strengths, and goals. She uses a variety of modalities including traditional strength training, indoor cycling, core conditioning, yoga, kettle bell, mat Pilates, bootcamp, treadmill workouts, Bosu, assisted stretching, and meditation.
Her program incorporates a combination of dynamic balance work, agility, and coordination, all designed to build muscle, increase lean body mass, burn fat, instill confidence and get results. Her system is always unique, and always challenging.
Treva specializes in general wellness and fitness, injury prevention, recovery and rehabilitation, post-child birth, and senior fitness. She’s available for private and semi-private in-home or outdoor workouts, one-on-one coaching, group classes, and consulting for businesses and websites.
Treva’s tough love approach to fitness motivates and empowers. She’s big on commitment, discipline, and personal accountability.
From training clients to teaching classes, from coaching Special Olympics athletes, to mentoring disadvantaged kids, Treva always motivates people to achieve their personal best.
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