Habib Health Fitness

About Me

I’m Robert Habib CPT, PPSC, PN1, and I’ve been successfully practicing as a personal trainer for 4 years.  I graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2014 with my Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology and transitioned to Bayside Physical therapy an outpatient clinic in Millersville, MD after graduation and worked there for 2 years.

As a tech, I had the privilege to work with a great group of physical therapists, and in the process obtained a great deal of knowledge about the human body and the rehabilitation process, laying the foundation of many of my training beliefs and philosophies.

After spending two years at Bayside Physical Therapy, I then obtained my personal training certification and transitioned to Repke Fitness in Millersville, MD where I specialize in working with clients of many different backgrounds, having worked with clients with over 40+ conditions/limitations/disease ranging from back, shoulder, knee, and hip pain, multiple sclerosis, to sciatica pain, to hypertension just to name a few.

Both through my experiences training over 100+ clients and by obtaining my Pain Free Performance Specialist certification founded by internationally recognized and one of the fitness and sports performance industry’s leading experts, Dr. John Rusin, I contain the knowledge, experience, and confidence to ensure that no matter what condition, disease, limitation(s) you may think is holding you back, I have the tools to adapt and build a program that fits your needs and leaves you feeling confident and safe in not only my abilities, but ultimately your abilities to reach your goals, enhance your health, and ultimately deliver the results you’ve been dreaming about.

Training is not a one size fits all approach. Training is not burpees. Training is not chasing soreness or a puddle of sweat.

Training is unique to every individual. Training is laying and building a physical and mental foundation to allow you to enjoy your life outside of the gym. Training is about building life long strength and resiliency to keep you pain free.

By no means should you be limited by your MRI results, your lower back pain, your aching shoulders, or your doctor who told you to never squat or dead lift again.

Without a doubt in my mind, I truly believe resistance training and exercise is the single most important thing to help you take control of your pain and allow you to return to the activities in your life you once enjoyed.

Don’t be afraid, don’t be intimidated, and don’t be limited by what you we’re once told you couldn’t do, and start believing and experiencing what you can do.

Start training for life and building strength and reaching levels you never knew possible.