Andy Oliver Training



My name is Kent Riddle. I used to weigh 350 lbs. I felt tired all the time. I couldn’t even run 10 yards. Now with the help of John and Andy of Oliver Training, I weigh 270 lbs. I have lost 80 lbs. and feel full of energy and better than I ever have in my life. I am about to enter my first 5k race. Thanks.


I have been exposed to some of the best weight trainers in the business – since I was a women’s basketball coach at both Texas A&M and Texas, and he is one of the best I have seen. Andy is knowledgeable about the human body, knows how hard to push you to get maximum workouts, and is fun to workout with. I feel much better looking forward to my workouts with him, never dreading it.

anne Anne
I met Andy Oliver at the gym about a year before I turned 50. I wasn't in very good shape at the time, but I started working out with him, and when the big 5-0 came around I decided to throw myself a party.
I stepped on the scale that fateful morning and weighed in at my high school weight. I couldn't have felt better that evening! I was able to wear anything I wanted to wear and I danced till the wee hours.
People kept telling me they couldn't believe what great shape I was in at 50. I pretty much owe all of that to Andy. I'm counting on him for my 60th.
xo - Anne


I was feeling sluggish and achy- no energy, no stamina. I knew I could be better than that. I was unwilling to accept the verdict of lazy. My hunch was that an exercise program was what I needed. I walked in to the nearest gym, asked about membership and a trainer and the man behind the counter- Andy Oliver- said "I would be glad to be your trainer." Over four years later, he still is, three sessions a week. I am a different person.
A couple of years ago, it became apparent that I needed a total knee replacement. My exercise program had put me in shape to cope with the operation and immediate rehabilitation, and I continued my rehabilitation in my regular workouts at the gym. I could see the effect of my exercise routine when I saw other patients, and the difficulties they were having.
Andy is sensitive to the day-to-day ups and downs, so that though he pushes me, but never harder than I am ready for. If he should, I let him know, and he listens. That is an important characteristic of a good personal trainer - listening.
Jo Krouse

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