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Opportunity for Personal Trainers in Denver that don’t have a place to work with clients

Gym Rental Space in Denver for Independent Contractors who are looking for a space to train their clients

With the record number of gym closures in the Denver metro area due to Covid-19, Icelandic Fitness and Denver Golf Performance is offering our beautiful new gym multiple trainers in the Denver Metro area that operate as an independent contractor.  We currently have room for a few motivated full or part time trainers.   Each trainer needs to carry liability insurance, CPR certified, and proof of a personal training certification.  One of the perks working at Icelandic Fitness is all trainers can use our workout facility as well as recovery facilities (Infrared Sauna, Normatec Boots, Neufit, Neubie, Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber) and Trackman Golf hitting bay when available.

Contact Jason Stone 303-641-8149 or jasonstonefitness@gmail.com

Gym Rental Rates:

Single Session – $25 per hour

Part Time $750 a month (Under 50 hours per month)

Full Time Trainer $1500 (Over 75 hours a month)


Icelandic Fitness

Icelandic Fitness and Recovery

Icelandic Fitness

Icelandic Fitness and Recovery


Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber

Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber (HBOT)


Trackman Hitting Bay

Trainers in the Denver Metro Area, Glendale, Cherry Creek, Aurora, Golden, Lakewood, DTC, Denver Tech Center, Highlands Ranch, Thornton, Boulder

Trainers leaving Lifetime Athletic Club (Cherry Creek), (formerly Cherry Creek Athletic Club) Pura Vida, 24 Hour Fitness, Chuze, Anytime Fitness, Orange Theory, Crossfit Gyms, Soul Cycle


Current Gyms and Studios Closed Due to Covid-19

City of Denver Recreational Centers

City of Lakewood Recreational Centers

24 Hour Fitness

  • Greeley Super Sport
  • Aurora
  • Aurora City Place Super Sport
  • Belmar Sport
  • Broomfield
  • Colorado-Yale
  • Englewood Sport
  • Fort Collins North Super Sport
  • Highlands Ranch
  • Littleton Belleview Sport
  • Meridian
  • Southglenn Super Sport

Planet Fitness (Downtown)

Denver City Pools

Jewish Community Center



Summer Group Detox taught by Nutritionist Julie Rhody

Summer Group Detox

Julie Rhody, BA, MNT, Nutrition Therapist
Julie provides group and individual nutrition counseling for wellness and weight loss. Nutrition trends constantly change based on the latest research. She helps clients figure out what foods and diet are best for them based on their individual characteristics and goals.
julierhody@gmail.com, FaceBook Business Page @foodforbalancedenver, 303-921-2631
Julie is offering a 2-Week Group Detox starting June 1st.
Includes: Menu Plan, Recipes, Accountability Checklist, FaceBook Group & Intro meeting
When: June 1st – June 14th
Cost: $100
Requirement: Eat vegetables!
Register: email julierhody@gmail.com by Saturday May 30th

  Nutritionist Julie Rhody

Mary L. Icelandic Fitness Testimonial

Mary L. Icelandic Fitness Testimonial


I was referred to Jason Stone by a friend who knows I abhor working out. I don’t just hate it a little, I would rather go on a match.com date with someone who’s picture I’ve never seen. HOWEVER….one session with Jason and I was hooked. This man is so patient and effective that I am going on almost a year now of working with him and don’t know what I would do without him. The fact that he also has a hyperbaric chamber and an infrared sauna is just icing on the cake. I’ve lost and maintained that loss and am so grateful. The location is absolutely spotless and his fees are completely reasonable. I now have my spawn coming in as well and that was no small accomplishment. If I could give Icelandic Fitness 20 stars I would!

How Icelandic Fitness is preparing for the Coronavirus Reopening

How Icelandic Fitness is preparing for the Coronavirus Reopening


At Icelandic Fitness and Recovery, cleanliness has always been a top priority, long before Coronavirus.  Just like you, we don’t want to spend our time in a germ filled gym, and as small business owners, we spend more time there than anybody.  As we get ready to welcome our trainers and clients back into our facility, we want to assure you that we are doubling down on our already extreme cleaning measures, not only keep you safe and healthy, but us as well.  Keep in mind, we are in position to open as soon as the stay-at-home order is lifted, due to the fact that even before Coronavirus concerns, we were already practicing safe social distancing, limiting the number of people allowed in our facility, and asking sick clients to stay home.

Our increased cleaning measures include:

  • Disinfecting after each use. (spraying and wiping down weights, equipment and handles after each client touches them).
  • Client and Trainer Temperature checks
  • Nightly professional deep cleaning
  • Ozone and UV cleaning
  • Fresh Air into gym daily
  • Disinfecting after each hyperbaric session (pillow case, mattress cover, ozone, and disinfectant)
  • Social Distancing
  • No more than 10 people in the facility, including trainers



Team Icelandic Fitness (Jason Stone, Jamie White, Yata Williams, Andy Marchase, Matt Luckie, Marisa and Mike Pastor, Matt McKay, and Dr. John Paul Krueger)


Icelandic Fitness and Recovery - Denver, Colorado

Icelandic Fitness and Recovery – Denver, Colorado

Icelandic Fitness and Recovery - Denver, Colorado

Icelandic Fitness and Recovery – Denver, Colorado










Ozone Cleaner

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Are you using your Peloton the right way?

I thought I was. I remember when I first bought it, I was so excited to have a cycle instructor lead me through the vigorous workouts. I was sweating my butt off, out of breath and thoroughly whipped. I was initially rewarded for my hard work. I noticed after about 8 weeks of rigorous, daily cycling, I lost some of the back fat I had gained with my 2nd pregnancy at 42 years old. I was so excited because nothing was working on that stubborn back fat. But then, I noticed my weight loss was leveling off. I tried longer classes. Harder classes. Hill climbs, HIIT, even Tabata–still, I was maintaining, not losing. It reminded me of, 20 years ago, when I used to run for miles and miles with no noticeable results. I started running more and more, but I was gaining weight not losing. It wasn’t until 2005, when I met Jason Stone of Icelandic Fitness and Recovery, and Denver Golf Performance (and in 2007, married him), and he introduced weight training into my workouts –that I started seeing noticeable results. Back then, flabby arms and saddlebags were my biggest issues.

That was an Aha! moment for me with my Peloton, and luckily around the same I started plateauing with cycling (2018), Peloton introduced boot camps, and strength training. I started doing one day of cycling, the next day a combo of running and strength (a warmup run, followed by 30 minutes of weights), then the next day –a 45 minute bootcamp, which is 1/2 running, 1/2 strength, the next day–cycling again, and so on and so on.  That’s when my Peloton workouts really started paying off. I lost 8 pounds from where I really needed it most–my back fat and tummy.

I really think taking advantage of the variety of workouts Peloton offers is the key to using it the “right way,” especially if you are over 40 and battling the middle weight, as so many of us women do. I am about to turn 49, and I’m feeling better about my body than I have in a long time.


Heidi Hemmat


Heidi Hemmat 2019

Heidi Hemmat 2019

Heidi Hemmat 2017 before Peloton

Heidi Hemmat 2016 before Peloton, one year after the birth of my second child