FITNESS + HEALTH
CARDIO. ENDURANCE. STRENGTH.
What Makes Our Fitness Center Different
At APMI Wellness & Fitness Center in Chevy Chase, we believe that both a healthy mind and body are essential to healthy living. That’s why we approach health and fitness from a medical perspective. While it’s important to treat those who are ill, it’s equally important to continuously improve the quality of life for those who are healthy.
Meet Your Trainers
As the architect behind NRGY!15TM, Laurent created this high intensity workout based on 15 signature moves choreographed to energetic music. He uses his warm Mediterranean personality to motivate participants, making them laugh and love their way to happier and healthier ways of living and being. As a fitness entertainer, he is a regular correspondent on NBC, FOX, CBS, and the CW Network, and has participated in events hosted by the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, which named him one of the country’s top 50 trainers. Washingtonian Magazine also named him as one of DC’s top trainers throughout the local region.
Melissa Phillips is a certified personal trainer through National Sports Professionals Association (NSPA). Melissa also holds several other certifications including a Tennis Trainer Certification through International Tennis Performance Association (ITPA) to train the physical aspects of tennis performance and injury prevention. She is also a Certified Fitness Specialist for Golf & Boxing through NSPA. Her Boxing for Fitness certification teaches beginners the fundamentals of boxing to safely and effectively get a challenging and productive workout.
Amenities for Your Health and Well-Being
We believe that our facility will offer you a unique and personalized experience not offered anywhere else. Come in today and experience the APMI Wellness & Fitness Center. For more information, please call
240-534-2492 or contact us.
APMI IN THE NEWS
Check out this amazing feature by NBC Washington with our client Sandy Tomasello & Fitness coach Laurent Amzallag. Sandy works with Laurent Amzallag twice a week and says having a personal trainer helps hold her accountable, giving her the one-on-one support she needs to stay on task.