Born and raised in Madison, Trevor Little has had a lifelong passion for health and well-being. An avid runner, Trevor competed in high school track and cross country, and has also participated in several long distance running events. With a B.S. in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, his education included both theoretical and experiential training in a variety of health related topics. He also completed an internship with the UW Health Sports Performance Center. Trevor is knowledgeable in the areas of nutrition, strength training, conditioning, and overall physical fitness.
Trevor has worked with clients of all ages and fitness levels. Using a personalized approach, he works with members to develop an individualized fitness plan encompassing endurance, strength, balance, and flexibility. He is committed to ensuring members have a rewarding experience leading to improved confidence and competence. While striving to help others reach their fitness goals, Trevor believes that “to give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift”. – Steve Prefontaine.
Trevor enjoys spending his free time with friends and family, including traveling to visit his twin brother who resides in Seattle, Washington.
“I have had the great pleasure of working with Trevor Little as a personal trainer on several occasions over the past 3 years. I have found Trevor to be highly professional, skilled, and inspirational as a trainer. And I also saw what a kind person he is and the inspirational spirit he possesses.
I have had great results working with Trevor, having now lost over 30 pounds in the last six months and achieving far better control over my overall health. I credit these results in no small part to working with Trevor. I would highly recommend him as a personal trainer at any level, novice to experienced. A great trainer and a great guy!
– Brian Tarbert
“I joined the Princeton Club when it first opened decades ago, and have been an active member ever since. When the Princeton Club opened a facility in Middleton, I went right over and got back on the bandwagon. My first trainer there helped me re-establish a workout routine. Then along came Trevor Little, who has been my personal trainer at that facility for the past three years. This young man, well educated in anatomy and physical training, is never, ever distracted during our twice/weekly hour long sessions. Trevor always has a plan, tailoring every moment of our time together to my age (81), ability, potential, and any health issues I might be experiencing.
I should mention that Trevor is responsible for the physical facility, and makes sure all of the equipment is in top condition.
Our chit chat during workouts has helped us get to know each other quite well, and it’s great being friends with such a conscientious, fine fellow. Five stars for Trevor Little!”
– Harriet Statz