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Training to Be Balanced is not defined by a word or simple description: gym, club, personal training, drop-in or punch card facility – it is a three-dimensional fitness training philosophy for living adventurously.  T2BB is a community within a community, a wave of positive energy, inspiring like-minded individuals to achieve results. In a world often over-stressed and out of balance, we foster a culture of success – from the de-conditioned to the recreational to the elite athlete.


T2BB’s new 3,000 square foot facility is designed to be the best fitness training facility in the area. T2BB’s training programs reach beyond the basic aesthetic goals, addressing individual performance ability, postural and neuromuscular imbalance, and personal fitness goals.


T2BB's expert fitness instruction is known for its attentiveness, progression, balanced body and quality challenge within multi-faceted Semi Private and Team training settings.  Our partnerships (previously referred to as memberships) offer a guided road map to successful fitness training for a balanced body and life.  In addition, our goal based training programs sustain our mission to look, feel and perform better.


  • Jeter Case

    “I started training with Augie in the fall of 2005. The strength and balance I gained in a short time really improved my snowboarding and made for a much fuller season. This fall once again, Augie has put me on the mountain with much more strength and flexibility. Training with him also helps manage the stress in my life. Simply put, as a 51 year old man who hates the gym but loves the Jackson Hole lifestyle, Augie has honestly enhanced my quality of life.” 

    Jeter Case, Age 51, Owner of J.C. Jewlers, The Next X-Games Snowboard Champion

  • Betsy Hesser

    “In describing a training session with Augie, the following words come to mind: encouragement, sweat, clear goals, and hope. I am a 55 year old woman who has trained with Augie for the last several years. With his help, I was able to climb to 19,000 feet in the Himalayas without being a super jock and will soon be climbing Kilimanjaro [Completed Nov. '05]. Augie's Training to be Balanced LLC approach of training for the movement with emphasis on balance has been the right combination to unlock my formerly challenged athleticism. His physical therapy background and emphasis on research based approaches gives Augie a broad base of knowledge that allows me to safely push the envelope without getting injured. There is no drudgery in working with Augie. He finds creative ways to achieve the desired results without boring repetition and he is constantly learning new techniques that will move his clients forward. Augie is motivated, motivating, and most of all, fun.”

    Betsy Hesser, Age 55, Psy. D - Late Blooming Athlete

  • Kathy Lynch

    “Training with Augie has completely improved and accelerated my endurance, balance, and core strength. Having been working-out consistently with Augie just under a year [mostly his group classes], I continue to find myself able to ski harder, run longer, and row stronger. This spring, Augie helped me change my running gait from an inefficient, unbalanced lope, to a smooth, highlyefficient stride that allows me to run greater distances while expending less energy and not having joint or back pain when I am done. Best of all, Augie’s creative use of games (remember wheelbarrow races from when we were young?) make workouts fun! Augie's personal dedication to bettering each of his clients' athletic pursuits - no matter what they may be - shines through. Thanks Augie!”

    Kathy Lynch, Age 32, Attorney, Weekend Warrior

  • Peter E. Rork, M.D.

    “There just are not enough hours in the day to get my BOSU work done. So, here is an example of "Take Your BOSU To Work" day. I almost considered going to disability a few years ago because of a back problem. However, working with Augie and the "Train to be Balanced" approach to conditioning and core strengthening, I can see myself working full time with little or no back pain, for many years to come. Thanks, Augie, you are the best!”

    Peter E. Rork, M.D., Age 54, Teton Orthopedics Surgeon, Take Your BOSU To Work Day

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