Body by Boston: Build Strength
If you answered…
Choose: The Healer
Private trainer at Beacon Hill Athletic Club, 1089 Washington St., West Newton, trainingwithcharles.com.
Best for: Transitioning from physical therapy to fitness; just getting started.
Style: Laid-back and low-key.
Choose: The Wingwoman
Dara Zall Kelly
Peapod Fitness, 1285 Beacon St., Brookline, ppodfitness.com.
Best for: Lifestyle and long-term health and fitness.
Style: Using positive reinforcement.
Choose: The Professor
Equinox Back Bay, 131 Dartmouth St., Boston, equinox.com.
Best for: Tech, business, or engineering professionals; the detail-oriented.
Style: Integrating technology such as heart-rate monitors for accountability.
Choose: The Drill Sergeant
Total Performance Sports, 68 Vine St., Everett, totalperformancesports.com.
Best for: Elite exercisers; brides-to-be.
Style: “I don’t make you feel like you’re the most important person in the world.
I make you feel like you can do better every time.”