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Best Personal Trainer: Mini’s House of Pain

Mini’s House of Pain is not your typical gym or place to get a workout in when you feel like it.

Clients who are a part of the House of Pain family are part of a committed team — no fad diets and quick fix work outs. The staff  believes in lifestyle changes starting with the mind and resulting in amazing physical changes.

Owner Vince Mini opened Mini’s House of Pain more than 10 years ago because he knows what it takes to create a healthy body and mind and wanted to share that with others. He and his team have developed a work out and nutritional diet plan through years of experience that will deliver results if clients are committed to it.

This is not a drop in gym and the staff’s first priority is to create a safe, challenging work out environment and to provide clients with the tools needed to achieve a strong body and mind. The team has the skills, ability, educational training and desire to help others reach their full potential, physically and mentally.

Mini’s House of Pain is located at 4990 Hillsdale Circle, Suite 100, El Dorado Hills. For more information call (916) 933-7246 or visit minishouseofpain.com.

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