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Portland, OR,
United States




Phillip Adler, Owner & Head Coach

Hey guys, I'm Phillip Adler, Owner of Strength Camp Portland and Lead Strength & Conditioning Coach. I am proud to announce I am a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach! I am so excited to apply everything I've learned to help my clients become the strongest versions of themselves! If you suffer from chronic or nagging pain, depression, anxiety than this is the route for you. As a Chek Practitioner and HLC Coach I offer a very in depth orthopedic assessment to work with any client on the planet. We have mastered the body from the head down and will work on a physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional level. Together we will help you master your 4 Doctors Dr. Happiness, Dr. Quiet, Dr. Movement, Dr. Diet. We will balance your chakras. And dial in your 6 foundations to health Breathing, Thinking, Movement, Eating, Hydration, and Sleep. We are trained to be the top 5% of coaches and trainers in the world. So book an appointment and lets take your life to the next level.

Here's a little bit more about me. I was born and raised right here in Portland, Oregon. My passion for fitness ignited back when I was 8 years old and my dad signed me up for taekwondo to help me develop discipline and self-confidence. I excelled and was honored to travel to Nepal to compete in an international competition when I was 19. I continue to have a deep love for all martial arts. Practicing martial arts taught me that that discipline and mental fitness are just as important as being physically fit. 

I'm no stranger to transformation. In 2015, I challenged myself to 4 months of dieting and training to prep for a Physique Competition, shedding over 40lbs and getting shredded in the process. Lately, however, I've been focusing on living a healthy holistic lifestyle, eating organic whole foods that are full of nutrients, and being as balanced as possible. I've been supplementing my workouts with bioenergetics, meditation, yoga while expanding my knowledge of human physiology and psychology. All of this new knowledge has inspired me to start training like an athlete again. I believe that everyone has an athlete inside of them and everyone needs to be healed. 

My background in fitness and nutrition runs deep. I served as a Culinary Specialist in the United States Navy, while being the Physical Training Coordinator. The sailors who couldn't pass their PT test were sent to me and it was my job to make sure they passed so they could stay in the Navy. I was chef for a number of years before getting my World Fitness Association (WFA) certification in 2008. I got my National Association of Sports Medicine (NASM) certification in 2011 and my NASM performance enhancement specialist certification in 2015. From 2013 to 2015, I was the strength and conditioning coach for Concordia University's baseball team and NW Star Baseball Academy where I worked with elite athletes of all ages. In 2016, I got certified as a 4 Quadrants Holistic Lifecoach through the Chek Institute and became a Strength Camp Ambassador. 

I have been a certified personal trainer for over 10 years but honestly feel like I've been doing it my whole life. I realized while teaching taekwondo classes when I was 16 that THIS was what I wanted to do with my life. Being your fitness coach is more than a passion for me, it's a calling. My personal mission is to make the world a better place by helping everyone I work with become the strongest version of themselves. I look forward to meeting you.


Sam Guy, Certified Personal Trainer & STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Coach

Meet Coach Sam!


I have always been involved with athletics since a young child. I had the opportunity to play 6 sports in high school. I’ve gone to the state playoffs in 2 of them. I was blessed enough to have received a college scholarship in 2 of the sports I played in high school. I LOVE, LOVE the competition of going up against other people in those various sports. All while knowing that the real battle is against myself.

What made you become a personal trainer?

I became a personal trainer because of my obsession with fitness and sports. With this profession, I get to help people reach their goals - goals that they would have never thought possible.


I would say a strength of mine would be working with sport-specific athletes. Being able to really connect with and mentor youth. They are the future. So, why not give them all the tools possible to be successful.

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