Our Programs

At A1 Health and Fitness we offer a variety of fitness programs to fit your needs and help you achieve your goals. There are many options to Workout in West Bend, but know that we are not your average gym. We strive to be a premier health and wellness facility centered on the whole-health and well-being of our community and our area. We are known for exceptional member experience, with the highest quality fitness services. Explore some of our offerings below. From group classes, to personal training and nutritional plans, we offer something for everyone at every level in their health and fitness journey. 

Group Classes

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Constantly varied, functional movements performed at high intensity. Group classes are designed for everyone. It is scalable in all aspects making it the perfect fitness regime for any committed individual regardless of experience. All of our workouts are based on functional movements, the core movements of life.

Personal Coaching

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Need help with your movements or prefer a personalized attention to your fitness needs and goals, personal coaching is for you. Our highly educated staff can help you with sport specific training such as Olympic lifting, powerlifting, strongman, gymnastics, and football. We can also help you reach your personal goal of running a 5k, losing weight, triathlon races, or a healthier lifestyle.


Nutritional Coach West Bend WI

Dial in your fitness by way of wholesome, fuel-focused nutrition. We’ve created a fine-tuned nutrition program, powered by Precision Nutrition, to ensure that every minute you spend in the gym pays off — mentally and physically. Our nutrition coach will work with you to help you turn your sweat sessions into the results you’re after.

Alex Kain

Owner / Head Coach / Personal Trainer

Alex has always been a very athletic and active person. Playing just about every sport under the sun, however he spent more time being involved in Hockey, Gymnastics, Diving and Cheerleading (the latter 3 being very similar in nature). Not only did he grow up being very active he had a very nutritiously conscientious mother who wouldn’t allow him many different kinds of foods. So he grew up with a good basis on nutrition and eating healthy. As he grew older he continued to dial in on the nutrition while working out religiously. He would often pair gymnastics type movements with traditional barbell movements when working out. Therefore when he found functional fitness back in 2010 he fell in love with it and never looked back.

Alex went on to grad school where he got a masters degree in Exercise Physiology and won back to back National Championships in cheerleading. Upon graduating he began working at Froedtert hospital in Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and coaching cheerleading locally. He really enjoyed helping people improve their health but wanted to help people before they were requiring surgery and he also knew that a healthy lifestyle through proper nutrition and exercise could prevent many of the issues he was treating people for. In 2008 he was offered a coaching position in New Zealand. He moved there and spent the next 6 years in New Zealand and Australia coaching New Zealand to 2 gold and 1 silver medal in the World Cheerleading Championships and Australia to 1 Silver medal. 

In 2014 he moved back to the states and that’s when he opened A1 Health and Fitness. His biggest joys are helping people reach their goals and lead healthy lives through diet and exercise. Whether it’s coaching someone to a PR lift or helping someone shed unwanted pounds or start eliminating poor food from their diet, Alex loves it all. His real passion is nutrition and helping people get off their medication, but he can work with all ages. He enjoys traveling the world, spending time with his dog Charlie and his amazing girlfriend Jen as well as family and friends. 


  • USAW L2
  • CrossFit L2
  • Precision Nutrition Level 1
  • WAG certified nutrition coach
  • CrossFit Kids
  • M.S. Exercise Physiology