Experience OPEX CDA
Coach. Client. Community.
Every client has the full support a coach off the floor, but they have the guidance of a coach on the floor as they train with the rest of the gym community each day.
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Our approach to fitness
An OPEX Gym is backed by 20 years of Professional experience in the fitness industry and has truly revolutionized Personalized Fitness. We believe to achieve and sustain your success, each client works one to one with their coach who aligns exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle practices with what matters to YOU most.
Your Personalized Plan
The OPEX Difference
What we do
On-site TrainingAt OPEX CDA, our Individualized Coaching Membership is the best way to not only meet your fitness goals but exceed and sustain them! You have daily support from your own dedicated Coach who provi...
Personal TrainingPERSONAL TRAINERS IN COEUR D'ALENE Even just surfing online for “personal trainers near me” or “personal trainers in Coeur d'Alene” shows intent and is a positive step towards changing where you ar...
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Hear from our members
I've trained with Brandon for a couple of months now and continue to be impressed with his knowledge and with his judgment understanding what is and what is not appropriate work for my body.
-Alan DavisRead their stories
We're so confident, your initial consultation is completely free.
Don't worry, this is a no sweat consultation for us to get to know you better and your goals better.
It's our chance to hear your story and provide a plan that's right for you.
Our thoughts on fitness, nutrition and healthy lifestyles
The Essential Movement Patterns
A well-designed resistance training program incorporates a variety of movement patterns to create structural balance. Here are the six essential movement patters you can expect to find in an OPEX Gym near you.
It's Not Gluten's Fault
Gluten-free diets are all the rage. The letters “gf” have become ubiquitous on restaurant menus and grocery stores are littered with gluten-free options, from cauliflower crusts to cookies. But it may not actually be gluten that is causing you to feel ill.