Meet Our TrainersYou don't have to fight the battle for physical fitness alone. Our trainers are ready to help you achieve your fitness goals.
Bodle’s Personal Training is a great exercise facility that offers one-on-one training that will keep you motivated. We provide the most effective, efficient, and safe approach to strength training at a reasonable price. At Bodle’s Personal Training, we believe that anybody and everybody should be able to enjoy access to good health. This means affordable rates and no contracts.
Bill Bodle began with weight training and evolved with the help of two important people—Arthur Jones, who is the developer of the Nautilus® machine, and Ken Hutchins, who developed SuperSlow® training. Our amazing facility is equipped with state-of-the-art resistance machines, dedicated one-on-one trainers, and a safe, distraction-free environment. Now is the time to get serious about your fitness. Call Bodle’s Personal Training today for more information. 847.266.7150
Bill Bodle, Facility Director, is a graduate of Highland Park High School, where he played football, basketball and baseball. He attended the University of Pittsburgh on a football scholarship and received his B.S. in Physical Education and Mathematics while lettering in three sports. He received his M.Ed. from Northern Illinois University. After teaching and coaching at Carmel and Gordon Tech High School, Bill taught Mathematics and coached football at Highland Park High School for 26 years. He retired from Highland Park High School in 2005.
At Carmel, Gordon Tech and Highland Park High Schools, Bill developed and administered the athletic strenth programs.
A certified SuperSlow® instructor since 1993, Bill opened his personal studio in 1999, where he has taught SuperSlow training exclusively.
Deborah Broder is the co-owner of Bodle’s Personal Training Center along with her father, Bill Bodle. She had an early exposure to strength training through her father, who was and continues to be her mentor. She has been studying the SuperSlow protocol for over twenty years and training clients for the last fifteen. She was certified in 2003 in Florida by the founder of the SuperSlow® protocol, Ken Hutchins..
Deborah’s training style is demanding but nurturing with an emphasis on helping clients develop inner and outer strength in the safest and cleanest of environments. Working with clients ranging in age from fifteen to eighty-nine, Deborah has seen first hand the potential strength training has to enhance the quality of life for people of all ages. Deborah firmly believes in the importance of helping her clients reach their fitness goals by customizing their workouts using the SuperSlow method.
After 30 years of service as a police officer with the Cook County Sheriff’s police, Rick became a certified SuperSlow® instructor in 2001. He has worked at Bodle’s Training Facility exclusively for the last 16 years. Rick has a degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Biology. In addition to his traditional client base, Rick has a passion to help those with medical needs and seniors. His philosophy is to partner with his clients to focus on achieving optimal quality of life. Rick has a certification as a Cancer Exercise Specialist. Rick has been playing baseball for many years and competes competitively in national as well as international competitions. Rick is married, lives in Ft. Sheridan, has five children and four grandchildren.
In 1998 I was given the opportunity to become a SuperSlow® fitness trainer by Bill Bodle.
I became certified and started the process of learning the craft and how to apply my own “Art Form” to every workout so that my clients could get the most out of every session.
My approach to everyone who works with me is:
a. Total commitment to achieving great form
b. Total commitment to work hard
I would like to give special thanks to Bill Bodle,Ken Hutchins, Doug McGuff, Dan Carter, Tim Ryan and countless others who have contributed to my path and have helped me become professional.