Clarence Walton has been an exercise enthusiast for the past 15 years. While being the owner of Strength Factory Personal Training, Clarence Walton has a passion for fitness and helping his clients to understand that good health is not just for a short time, but it’s a way of life. Clarence Walton has a number of certifications including yoga, kickboxing cardio, group, and personal training. He works with all ages of life. From the young child to the high school athlete to the middle age client and up to the elderly. He believes that you’re never too young to begin to exercise and you’re never too old to build lean muscle and get back in shape. He gained his credibility when he worked for LA Fitness as the Personal training director from 2008 -2011, where he would oversee 21 trainers and 3 managers. With a certificate from Prairie State of Illinois for entrepreneurship he decided that after years with LA Fitness it was time to take on a more challenging position that would allow him to utilize his skills as an manager, trainer, program organize, and business operator.
Clarence and a former trainer of his founded Strength Factory as a online personal training company in April of 2010 while they both were employed at L.A. Fitness. They both knew that neither of them would stay with that corporation for much longer, so they both left the company. While the other trainer decided to pursue of avenues of revenue, Clarence kept the company name and started taking on actual clients at sub leased locations. In 2012 SFPT subleased its first location that was only 600 square feet located inside a weight lost clinic. Hard work pays off, and good work speaks for itself. Now Strength Factory PT is a 3300 square foot personal training facility that offers yoga, zumba, hip hop aerobics, cardio kickboxing, group boxing, boot camp, Group Training classes, and one on one personal training. With no large memberships for open gym activity, Strength Factory is the place for you if you are looking to get inshape with a team of trainers that actually put the “Personal” in Personal training.