Fitness Cubed is the brainchild of Los Angeles transplant Matthew Levy, an elite fitness coach who was named one of LA’s most requested trainers by The Hollywood Reporter. After his semi-private fitness program took LA by storm, he brought his talents from Tinsel Town to the Sixth City, where his training system was recently featured in The Plain Dealer.
Matt uses his science-based, tried and true fitness methods to successfully train everyone from professional athletes to 76-year-old grandmothers. Matt will personalize his program just for you, no matter your age, fitness level, or health status. His past clients include some of the best athletes in the country, and he’ll provide this same level of expertise to you.
Fitness Cube’s small group classes to incorporate elements of gymnastics, barbell work, kettlebells, and conditioning. Matt’s program will make you leaner, stronger, and more flexible in just 12 weeks—guaranteed, or your money back.*
Simply put, Matt can help you look good naked (and feel good, too).
Matt offers one-on-one personal training classes in addition to his small group program, and also coaches (and competes in) Olympic Weightlifting. He draws from his eclectic background to provide an unparalleled level of fitness training to each of his clients—he was previously a martial artist, a United States Marine, a trial attorney at a large entertainment law firm, a champion powerlifter, a champion Olympic Weightlifter, and most importantly, a loving husband and father of two small boys. Matt is a certified USAW-1 and CFL1 coach.
More About Matt:
- Former owner of the world famous powerlifting gym The Los Angeles Lifting Club
- Former owner of the Hollywood Hills Strength & Fitness
- Interned for USA Weightlifting Hall-of-Fame Coach Bob Takano
- 2016 Ohio State Masters Weightlifting Champion
- To learn more about the services Matt offers, call/text him at (323) 590-7545 or email him at Matt@FitnessCubed.net *Conditions apply. To qualify for the money back guarantee, you are required to have signed up for classes five times a week, and you must have attended 80% of your classes over 12 weeks.