Norway's best trainers
- Naardic is Norway's largest and best online training studio!
- Norway's best and most well-known trainers
- All classes are live and interactive, meaning you see the trainer and the trainer sees you
- Training 7 days a week. Up to 30 classes a day and almost 150 classes in a week
- Strength training, cardio, agility training, rowing, running, yoga, Zumba, HIIT and more
Marthe kristina ellefsen
Marthe is a trained sports teacher at the Norwegian Sports Academy. Later she trained as a muscle therapist and established her own company: Massasjekompaniet, where she is the general manager.
As a trainer (and therapist), Marthe wants to spread the joy of movement, and knowledge to be able to live with a strong and functional body, despite injuries - / and or pain. In Marthe's lessons, she focuses on teaching the small adjustments that will streamline and optimize each exercise.
Marthe is detail-oriented in her classes, and if you follow the instructions, you will be amazed at how effective Pilates is!
The last seven years, Hedvig Bang-Førsund has worked as a personal trainer and has since trained countless women through their pre- and post-partum.
She has a holistic focus, where the exercises are about enabling good functionality, cooperation in the body, and movements that make you more equipped to meet the various challenges life brings. You will leave the class with a smile and tonnes of extra energy. She is a certified pre/post-partum trainer.
Inger eik ravndal
Inger is a dedicated, helpful and positive trainer. She likes to teach in a way where you will learn as you go, and helping you let go of old work-out habits. Passionate about daily exercise, public health, good coffee and dark chocolate.
Inger has a big heart for strength and self-weight training with short and effective sessions. She has completed Mallorca Ironman 70.3, is a licensed personal trainer, instructor and Kettlebell trainer level 1 & 2. Long coaching experience from outdoor bootcamps, as well as experience from Parkour and Ninja Warrior training for children and juniors.
Hal has for the last 8 years worked as an elite personal trainer in Los Angeles. He has a background in soccer, a degree from Norwegian school of Sports science, and is the founder of a youth soccer club in LA. He also works with several professional soccer players from Europe.
His training is very much focused on functional strength, and believes in finding everyone’s inner athlete, regardless of level and age.
Cathrine has been an instructor of group classes for over 20 years. She has instructed many different training disciplines. The effect of training, the feeling of mastering it and its joy, and catchy music are all common denominators in her classes.
Cathrine herself started dancing when she was four years old and still continues. Today she is a certified Zumba instructor and is passionate about getting as many as possible to join – a form of training that brings both joy and great fitness.
Amiram Eini is a life long martial artist, who specializes in movement, Yoga as well as fitness for Martial artists. As a fitness coach Amiram focuses on creating habits and momentum, to make fitness an integral part of the life experience.
Amiram spent 20 years as a Fashion and fitness model. Having to stay in shape in any and all conditions.
Francesca Golfetto is a yoga instructor with more than 10 years of experience as a professional ballet dancer. The transition from dancing was triggered by an injury and yoga has been essential for her personal recovery, both mentally and physically.
Her style is based on fluidity of movements, using a combination of active flexibility and mobility to create strength without building tension. Her classes are recognized for a high level of energy, a bit of laughter and a wide range of natural sequences aiming to benefit body and mind for all levels.
Astrid har drevet med CrossFit siden 2018, og har fra dag én hatt et sterkt ønske om å formidle treningsgleden og mestringen hun selv opplevde, videre til andre. Hun gikk CrossFit Level 1 i 2019 og har siden jobbet som coach på CrossFit Jessheim. Astrid er lidenskapelig opptatt av god helse mentalt såvel som fysisk, og er i ferd med å fullføre PT-utdanning for å gjøre deltidsjobben til levebrød.
Aristo has worked as a trainer in martial arts and as a PT since 1993.
During the last years, he has trainer several world champions and Norwegian champions in MMA, boxing and kick boxing. Aristo has over 20 years experience as a personal trainer with focus on functional strength training.
Rune Solheim has worked as a personal trainer since 2007 with Yngvar Andersen as a mentor the first years. Since 2010, he started a training studio called in Asker. The training philosophy is characterized by the time with Yngvar, so you can expect much of the same in Rune's classes.
Variety, joy and mastery are important keywords in his lessons. Rune himself is an avid runner, mostly focusing on marathons in recent years. Therefore, race-related sessions with and without the mill have also become a specialty.
Rune also offers 1-1 sessions.
Gitte Lill is a Yoga certified teacher in Vinyasa Flow, Prenatal Yoga and Yin. Dancer through the National Academy of the arts, with ten years experience teaching different levels.
Focus on being comfortable in our bodys, training safely for joints and ligaments, and to maintain a flexible body, mind and breath through our every day.
Indigo is a tactical fitness instructor and life coach/movement trainer with specialisation in kettle bells, club bells and flow movement. Indigo has long career experience in strength and systematic movement training, tactical fitness and yoga.
Indigo has more than 20 years experience in different martial arts disciplines such as Thai boxing, kick boxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Tae Kwon Do. He therefore has an incredibly good overview over the body’s limits and potential for development and optimisation. For over ten years, he has had a keen interest in the relationship between strength training, movement, awareness and the neurology that forms the basis of optimal health.
Henrik is a naprapath and coach and has worked with training and health for over 10 years.
With the concept of “Win the morning, win the day”, he aims to guide you through various measures you can include in your everyday life to optimise the morning and lay the best possible foundation for the rest of the day. In the busy everyday life, there are many hours dedicated to helping others. But to have energy to help others, it is important to start the day by helping yourself.
Silje has over 20 years experience as an instructor and trainer. She has a Master’s in basis training from Norway’s Sports Academy and is a founder of the training concept BasisBall.
Silje is passionate about basis, the foundation of all movement. As a trainer, she is focused on creating good conditions for effective movement, making you more aware and preventing injuries. This then enables higher enjoyment of training itself. Silje makes basis training fun and playful. Trough her exercises, you will become more aware and learn that small adjustments can make your traing much more effective.
Eirik Solen is head coach and manager at CrossFit Jessheim, which he started in 2018. Since 2010 he has been working full time as an instructor, personal trainer, CrossFit coach and manager of difference gyms. He is active in CrossFit and competes as a master at a high level.
The idea is always that through training, one becomes a better version of oneself and enables a better, fuller and longer life. His classes are versatile and include strength, endurance, resilience, coordination, balance and mobility – always challenging to the full.
Ole petter hjelle
Ole Petter ‘Fitness doctor’ Hjelle is the doctor who became well-known for including patients in training instead of prescribing medicine.
He primarily holds running classes for those who are well-trained and used to running outside or on the treadmill. Ole Petter is also a doctor, brain researcher, author and former Norwegian marathon champion.
The past 6 years, Cooper has divided his time amongst several fitness centres and clinics working as a personal trainer, circuit-training aerobics instructor, and rehabilitation specialist. Over the years, he has led hundreds of fitness bootcamps and circuit training aerobics classes with a wide range of participation.
His work as a Personal Trainer and Fitness Coach has assisted a wide variety of fitness goals including weight-loss, mass-building, strength-building, and rehabilitation. He was worked with various athletes of nearly every sport, including competitive runners, lifters, swimmers and triathletes.
Cooper loves working with others toward a common goal, and he is grateful to have found that opportunity through personal training and instructing classes.
Yngvar Andersen has 20 years experience as a trainer and is Norway’s most well-known training figure. He creates effective and fun circuit training that in a short time gets you both stronger and faster.
With Yngvar, no session is exactly like the last, but he adapts the exercises so that everyone can join no matter their form. Yngvar is known, if not infamous, for always getting one to go the extra mile to really get the maximum amount out of the session.
Silje Thorstensen has been in the fitness training industry since 2004, whereby she has developed into a fantastic and versatile trainer covering several fields of training. As an instructor, Silje is highly concerned with good communication, coaching and not least great music that hits the spot.
Silje’s classes have an excellent pedagogical structure with well thought-out movements. She teaches everything from strength training to spinning, to different types of yoga and choreography to music.
Kamil Hagberg has been a trainer since 2011, and Olaf Tufte’s trainer since 2013, including the Olympics in Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020(2021).
Kamil works actively in coaching and communications of various forms, both privately and publicly. Among other things, he started one of Norway’s first CrossFit centres as well as the Swedish fitness centre JUSTGYM.
Annema Refsnes has worked as a personal trainer for the last 10 years. She has specialised in carrying out effective classes where the body works through everything from strength, balance, conditioning to co-ordination, body control and breathing.
She is a certified Kettlebell instructor and is extremely good at combining heavy Kettlebell exercises with effective body weight exercises. She is also brilliant at varying both exercises and sessions so that you never get bored. All classes have exercises for different levels so that you can join no matter what physical form you are in.
Both the mind and body are challenged during Annema’s classes!
Olaf Tufte is known as a living rowing legend with his double Olympic gold and two decades of podium finishes in sport.
He is known as one of the world’s highest merited athletes independent of the sport and has been named “The number one male rower” in World Rowing Magazine, receiving the athlete’s award at the sports awards.
Nina Bansal is an active national team athlete / top athlete in Taekwondo and coach / leader at sports youth school Wang Ung.
She is 14 x Norwegian champion, 14 x Nordic champion, 4 x European champion and 1 silver from the World Cup.
Nina specializes in effective and challenging martial arts-inspired classes. In her classes you can expect a real kick and endorphin rush!
Anne has 10 years experience as a fitness instructor, personal trainer and nutrition specialist. Anne's classes are ever changing, challenging and efficient for anyone. She is at her best when she can communicate the joy of fitness, and will inspire you to give that little extra.
Anne cares alot about variety and balance in everyday life, and does excercises in all kinds of excercises from heavy weigths to calming yoga. In addition to health and wellbeing, Anne has a huge passion for cooking and experimenting in the kitchen.
Need help to plan your training sessions, learn technique or extra guidance?
We are now offering private training sessions with a trainer of your pick, either alone or with company!
Read more about our new 1 to 1 training here.
Body weight training
In general, we don’t use any equipment in body weight sessions, the resistance comes from our own body. It is simple and very fun. Sometimes we use a resistance ban, minibands or slide pads that can easily be replaced with cloths or socks. It is always wise to have a mat on the floor.
It can be quite a hard session, but it tends to suit most people!
We have many different types of body weight training, such as circuits, bodyflow, martial arts and mobility-classes.
Bring your whole family and train in front of the same screen! We create exercises that the kids can join in on and we experience effort and sweat all together. The focus is mostly on the kids.
Our family training classes are found under "body weight training" in our schedule.
Yoga & mindfulness
Yoga is about concentration and focus, about taking control of your own mental and physical life. Yoga is a fantastic form of exercise as long as it is performed correctly. Done properly, it is an incredible form of strength and mobility training and yoga is used to prevent injuries in many different sports.
In our mindfulness classes, we will use meditation and minfulness to increase our focus, concentration and our feeling of presence. This will get you more positivity and experiences for both yourself and your life in general.
Training with kettlebells is a fantastic form of exercise for gaining strength and building muscles. In comparison to usual weight training, you work with lighter weights but in a more dynamic way. Because of this, the risk of injury is less. Kettlebells are used widely in martial arts (MMA, wrestling, boxing etc) and in Crossfit to build versatile and explosive strength.
Join us for this effective form of exercise. HIIT and Tabata training are very similar and they are built on the same basic concept – short intervals with maximal effort followed by short breaks. The exercises are short, intensive and very effective for oxygen uptake. In general, Tabata intervals are 20 seconds on and 10 seconds off. HIIT often has longer intervals.
You will find these classes under "cardio" in our schedule.
Who said that you need heavy weights in the gym to build muscles? That myth has been busted long ago. In these classes, there is maximum focus on building strength and muscle.
Under strength training in the schedule, you will also find (among other) our kettlebell and X-fit classes.
Pregnancy and post-partum training
During and after pregnancy it is important to exercise, both for the health of the mother and the child. At the same time, one needs to be careful and listen to one’s body. In these classes we train together within the limits set by our bodies. We also aim to include the children in the class.
Suited for those who are pregnant or have recently given birth.
One of the most important prerequisites for good aging is to be in good health and have a well-functioning body. Achieving this is easier with versatile and regular exercise. Many people keep in shape by going for walks in nature, but research has shown that it is especially weight training that assists aging well.
In Naardic’s classes for 60+, we focus on both strength training that makes your every-day easier, and general training for the heart and lungs. Best suited for those over 50 years old or those who have been inactive for a long period of time. You find them under "body weight training" in the schedule.
Improve your endurance by joining our cardio classes! Get your heart pumping during classes such as Hiit, rowing and running. By doing regular cardio training, you improve your general health significantly.
The joy of exercise, fitness and body control through dancing classes for all. There is also good strength training incorporated into the sessions, so you will experience a proper exercise effect.
Both classes for adults and for the whole family.
Come join our Naardic Talks! These are digital lectures held by some of Norway´s best communicators, such as Yngvar Andersen and Ole Petter Hjelle. Naardic Talks is for those who might be interested in learning something new and get some inspiration. The talks are live and interactive, just like our training classes, and they are free for all Naardic members.
You will find more information for each talk in our schedule at naardic.no. You sign up the same way you sign up for other classes. The lectures last for about 30 minutes, followed by a 15 minute Q&A.
Pilates is perfect exercise for strength, mobility and body control. While you train strength and flexibility, you will also focus on breathing, core and body control in each movement. Pilates' main goal is to contribute to a body in balance that moves without difficulty.