I'M DAN HORRAS.
Whether it’s working out on my own or training my clients, my approach is that we work out to live, not live to work out. I have trained over 60,000 sessions for over 400 clients. Most of my clients have been with me for 10 years or more – some as long as 20 years. My goal for my clients is that they feel good in their bodies, allowing them to enjoy all the things in life that really matter. I will tailor a strength training plan, based on a proven and safe approach called Super Slow, to meet your unique needs and goals. It doesn’t matter your age or current level of fitness – we’ll start wherever you are and gradually help you get stronger in a manner that feels natural to you.
meet our trainers
I'm Elizabeth Rudd.
Physical Therapist Personal Trainer
Elizabeth grew up in Atlanta, attending The Lovett School ‘09, where she participated in basketball, cheerleading, and gymnastics before pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science from Wake Forest University ’13. She then went to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University ‘16. After graduation, she returned home to begin her career, where she gained experience in outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine. Elizabeth enjoys working with a variety of patients and aims to instill the knowledge and confidence needed to regain function and improve their overall fitness.
I'm Katy Znosko.
Personal Trainer Functional Aging Specialist
Raised in Atlanta Georgia, I’m a former collegiate soccer player and lifetime athlete. My passion for health, education, and fitness led me to obtain my Bachelor’s in Exercise Science and now I am a certified Personal Trainer. I believe in always trying to be the best version of yourself, even if it takes your whole life to get there.
I'm Ruth Fuqua.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Ruth attended Westminster before transferring to St. Andrews boarding school in Delaware to pursue her rowing career. She continued rowing in college at the University of North Carolina before getting injured, and thus, finding her passion for athletic training and injury rehabilitation. She earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in exercise science with a concentration in athletic training from UNC. She has always been active and has found her calling working with clients to improve their overall health and reduce the risk of injury and re-injury.