I’m Lannie Pullon owner and head personal trainer and fitness coach for Impact Fitness Training. I specialize in
- Youth Sports Performance Training
- Strength and Conditioning
- Weight Loss
- Overall Fitness Performance
I have a strength background in my own training and fitness practice. I’m a state, national, and world power lifting champion in 198 pound weight class. I’ve won multiple state, national and team championship titles in Scottish Highland games. I’ve also own state titles in strongman competitions in 210 pound weight class.
When I was younger I attended a powerlifting meet and immediately realized that it was something that I wanted to do. When I was 22 I began competing in the 185 pound weight class in the Natural Athlete Strength Association (NASA) circuit. After a lot of hard work and dedication, I achieved several records for my weight class and won the 1999 World Powerlifting Championship.
I began training with a competitor in the Highland Games in 1999 and then began competing myself in 2000. Two years later I retired from Powerlifting so that I could put more focus on the Athletic conditioning of the Highland Games. I excelled and set many World and field records as both an amateur and a Professional. From 2002 to 2006 I was a member of the North/South competition conference, with a highlight as a member of the Champion USA Highland Team. In 2007 I joined the Professional circuit and competed for 2 years.
In 2006 I decided to use my talents to train others and help them become better athletes. I have learned that it is not the overall size of a person, but the amount of muscle that makes the difference. I train people to build that muscle mass and use it effectively.