Martin Lowe

Arlington, VA 22201

On the Move Fitness was founded by Martin Lowe in 2007 with a goal of providing safe, fun and effective exercise programs through one-on-one personal training sessions.  Certified personal trainers motivate and guide their clients towards their exercise goals in a relaxed atmosphere for people of all athletic abilities.  Exercise programs are designed for busy professionals and can be offered conveniently in the client’s own workplace. I love what I do. Being a personal trainer has helped me stay fit in mind and body and I love helping others achieve their fitness goals as well. " Do what you love and you will never have to work a day in your life". "Teach, learn, and live life with passion".

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About Me


  • BSc., Exercise Science, Old Dominion University

Certifications / Trainings

NASM - Certified Personal Trainer (CPT)
Expires: Sep 22, 2016

CPR Certified

American Red Cross

AED Certified

American Red Cross

Martin's Locations

On The Move Fitness

Within 25.00 miles of 22315 (Mobile Training Radius)

Fitness First

1075 19Th St Nw
Washington, DC 20036-5103

Fitness First Health Club

255 S Van Dorn St
Alexandria, VA 22304-4303

Fitness First Arlington

1310 N Courthouse Road
Arlington, VA 22201

Additional Information


$60.00 / hr

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11 Reviews

5.0 out of 5 Stars

  • by Jonathan Mark on Mar 13, 2013

    My wife and I have been clients of Martin's for years. I am stronger and lighter than I was (my wife even more so.) He is always enthusiastic and professional and cares about his clients. I trust him to pace me so I am tired but not too tired at the end of the work out. He also encourages me to work out on the off days, which I doubt I would do otherwise.

    I totally recommend Martin to anyone in the Washington metro area who wants a trainer and fitness coach.

  • by Grace Shiragian on Mar 13, 2013

    Having never worked with a personal trainer before, I wasn’t sure what to expect. We weren’t allowed to use our community fitness center to train so we trained at my house. I was concerned about how effective the training could be without using machines and weights but my doubts were totally unfounded. Just using tubes, bands, gravity and my own weight for resistance, Martin created several different fun, yet very effective workouts. He varied the training sessions and workouts so that I progressed and built strength, flexibility and better balance and he really listened to me to come up with ways to work around any health challenges. To anyone that works with him, it’s obvious that Martin cares deeply about the wellbeing of his clients and helping them achieve their goals. With Martin’s patience, expertise and sincere encouragement, I’ve gone from barely being able to lift a glass of water without shaking to being able to complete rigorous workouts, and through it all Martin has been my biggest cheerleader!

  • by Susan McAvoy on Mar 12, 2013

    Martin Lowe has been my trainer for a couple of years. As an aging Baby Boomer, I have my challenges at times, even though I feel I’m very fit (with Martin’s help). Martin is always sensitive to my aches, but also always gives me a good workout. I particularly like the upper body work that Martin has me do, along with ab work. He has a great personality, and works with my schedule which can be unpredictable at times. He’s a great trainer, and I highly recommend him.

  • by Dianna Burdin on Mar 11, 2013

    Martin is a great personal trainer. He mixes up the training program so I never get bored and tailors the workout to my needs. He is extremely knowledgeable and always provides a safe workout. Our workouts include cardio, stength training, and stretching. He also offers good insight on basic nutrition. He's helping me get ready to climb Mt. Rainier in the summer with a mix of exercise to build my endurance and strengthen key muscle groups. He is very flexible, working around a changing schedule. I would highly recommend Martin.

  • by William Kilberg on Mar 10, 2013

    A typo in my comment: Martin is the ULTIMATE, as in best imaginable, trainer (the word "penultimate" was a typographical error).

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