One-on-one training is available to address your individual needs in a more private setting. Each studio is outfitted with individual equipment to put you through an entire session to ensure that privacy is maintained. This allows us to work through the program that was implemented for you and your specific needs and goals.
Small group training is available for those interested in training with one or two of your family or friends. This atmosphere will allow for an encouraging environment, create accountability, and give you the opportunity to help push yourself harder, while still getting a specific program tailored to your needs.
This service is specific to an athlete or a group of athletes starting at the middle school age and older. In this atmosphere you will be challenged each and every time you step into the building with very concise goals and implementation of programs that will be specifically designed for your sport and its movements.
PURE Fitness is about improving the quality of your life. Whether you want to look better, feel better, or move more efficiently, we'll get you there.
Chellie deGelleke | Head of Marketing/ Personal Trainer
Chellie found her passion for fitness at a young age being involved in competitive sports since she was 9 years old. After graduating from Marquette University with a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Human Resources and Marketing, she found herself getting certified as an IMPACT and PAC Coach and pursuing a Junior Olympic volleyball coaching career at Milwaukee Sting. In 2013, Chellie coached her team to a National Title at the AAUs in the 15s Club Premier Division. Through coaching youth athletes Chellie found her passion for training and started her career as a bootcamp instructor and personal trainer becoming certified as ACE-CPT (American Council on Exercise - Certified Personal Trainer) and a HSSCC (High School Strength and Conditioning Coach). In her 4 years as a trainer she has helped multiple clients achieve great goals. She also ran a strength and conditioning program for over 200 female youth athletes in the Wisconsin Juniors Volleyball Program. Over the years, Chellie has continued to pursue her own goal as an athlete and in 2013 joined the Inaugural MS Run the US Relay team that, together, would run from Santa Monica, California to New York, New York. She was one of 16 relay team members and ran 135 miles, or about 5 marathons, in 5 days to kick off the relay and raised $10,000 for Multiple Sclerosis. In 2014, Chellie was a member and co-captain for the Badger Blizzards, Wisconsin’s PVL (Premier Volleyball League) Team, who finished 6th at the PVL Championships. This year Chellie has once again joined the relay team to run for a cure for MS; this time running 180 miles in 7 days through Colorado. Chellie’s use of her education and experience combined with her proven coaching skills allows her to meet each client where they are at and create an individualize platform for success. Chellie will be shortly getting another Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science as well to add to the list of credentials she already obtains.
Abdul Oke was born in Ghana and moved to the Milwaukee area in 1993. In Ghana he began playing soccer as soon as he could walk and in high school he was active on the track team as well as the soccer team. When Abdul moved to Milwaukee he attended MATC where he was part of the track team in the 100m and 200m events. He also played soccer as part of the Mequon Soccer Club majors team beginning in 1995 and still plays competitive soccer today. Abdul has had a long career in youth soccer in the North Shore area of southeastern Wisconsin. His coaching career with Mequon Soccer Club (MSC) began in 1996. Abdul was the director of micro soccer and was a select coach for MSC until 2008. He then started coaching for Cedarburg Soccer Club (now Northshore United) where he became the micro soccer director. For the past 15 years Abdul has worked with youth soccer players of all ages from all different soccer clubs doing one-on-one & small group soccer training sessions focusing on speed, agility and ball skills. Abdul has an associate’s degree in business management from Cardinal Stritch University and is currently in full time status at Concordia University of Wisconsin getting his Bachelors degree in Exercise Physiology & Kinesiology. When he is not coaching, conducting training sessions or studying he is at home in Brown Deer with his wife and two young daughters. Abdul looks forward to working with clients at Pure Fitness and believes it is important to use proper mechanics in any training that is done whether it’s running, resistance training, and core work or ball skills. Pure Fitness is very lucky to have Abdul as he is extremely well known for his specialty in soccer development, developing young players from a young age to scholarship athletes through proper program design and skills training.