Meet Your Neighbor: Adam Wittbrodt

Adam Wittbrodt, 36, works in Sanford and grew up in Midland. He graduated from Midland High and attended Northwood University. Adam is a personal trainer and weight loss specialist certified by NASM, the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He is working towards being certified as a corrective exercise specialist.

Adam’s goal is to be a master trainer, which requires a higher level of certification. Union Hall 12075 of the United Steelworkers of America Local 12075 in Midland was named in honor of his grandfather, Bill Wittbrodt.

How long have you lived in Midland?

Born and raised in Midland, 33 years old. I currently live in Weidman with my fiancee, Amanda.

What is your profession and why?

Certified personal trainer at Edge Fitness and Training headquarters in Sanford. It belongs to Brian Patrick. I am an independent contractor there. My business is Level Up Fitness. I do face-to-face training at Edge and have clients online.

I am recovering. In my trip, I needed to find something to fill my cup. I did a goal workshop and found that my goal was to help others, whether it was opening a door for someone or helping them achieve a goal of formatting. I combined my passion and my goal to be a coach.

What are some of your interests and hobbies?

I love baseball. I played it until high school. I play softball now. I love weight lifting. I started working in our flower beds with my fiancee. I appreciate nature more. I read a lot too.

What are your favorite things to do in Midland?

I love Dow Gardens, the Canopy Walk, quite special. I like to show people who don’t know the area the Tridge. Like Dahlia Hill, you can check it out for free. The Chippewa Nature Center, we just took some family photos there recently. I love Lucky’s (Steakhouse), it’s my favorite restaurant.

What do you like to experience in the community?

The people here are awesome. You can read “Ask Midland” or “Sanford Strong” online. People come together. When you look at the big cities, you don’t get the proximity that Midland has. You can’t beat him to raise a family or run a business. It’s a big city.

What message would you like to send to the community?

Be nice. I posted a question online today: “What are your three strengths? I believe everyone needs to have more empathy. No matter your financial situation or your skin color, we all experience pain and loss. We need to focus on how we are similar and how we can relate to each other.

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