Tim Williams

Atlanta, GA 30342

In addition to being an American College of Sports Medicine Exercise Physiologist, I am a Georgia state-licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. I provide a number of wellness services including fitness assessments and movement screenings, weight management, pain management and injury prevention, post-rehab, strength training and corporate wellness programs. I also provide seminars and workshops to private individuals, groups and organizations, covering a number of different topics that include management of joint and muscle pain, ergonomics, weight management through exercise and nutrition and more.

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About Me


  • BSc., Sport and Exercise Science, University of Akron
  • AS, physical therapist assistant program, Stark State College of Technology

Certifications / Trainings

Physical Therapy Association of Georgia - Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant
Agency Unavailable

CPR Certified

AED Certified

Tim's Locations


Within 10.00 miles of 30342 (Mobile Training Radius)

Premier Plaza

5605 Glenridge Dr
Atlanta, GA 30342

Additional Information


$85.00 / hr, rate varies

Payment Methods

Cash, Cashier's Check, Credit Cards

Years Experience


Awards & Accomplishments

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Languages Spoken




8 Ratings

4.8 out of 5 Stars

  • by Eileen Mayorga on Mar 30, 2014

    I've been working out with Tim for a year and a half 2 times a week. He has helped me lose over 50 pounds after having a baby, change my body's shape and also gain quite a bit of strength which is definitely needed having a 30 pound boy! I have a love/hate relationship with working out, I love the results!!! I don't always like Tim during the work out (hahaha) but, afterward I always feel Amazing and I hardly ever get sore. It is so strange because I always think I'm going to be really sore the next day and I've only been really sore a few times. I was never able to run on the treadmill or anywhere for that matter as I would always get a stabbing pain in my side after only a few minutes. Now, Tim MAKES me run before every workout (I still don't like running) I have increased my speed A LOT over time and now I can run for a while and no stabbing pain. It really is amazing! The BEST part is that I am now fitting into ALL of my pre-pregnancy clothing!!! Thank you TIM!!!!

  • by laura peters on Mar 24, 2014

    Working out with Tim was the first time I ever worked out with a personal trainer. After 3 1/2 months I noticed my body getting increasingly stronger, I am able to do exercises I haven't been able to do in years, I can run for much longer periods of time and I've lost body fat. He switches up exercises while still targeting our personal problem areas which makes exercising more enjoyable. He also gives us advice regarding what kinds of foods to eat before and after our workout

  • by Keri Devine on Mar 24, 2014

    I've worked with Tim twice; once as a personal trainer and the second time he provided physical therapy. He is excellent in both capacities! His knowledge of muscle groups is superior and aids in his ability to target specified areas of concern. He is very personable and genuinely shows concern for my health in and out of the gym.

  • by Stephanie B on Mar 22, 2014

    Working out with Tim was the first time I used personal trainer. He is very professional, patient and has a lot of passion/knowledge for fitness. My experience was awesome and I got the results I wanted!

  • by User on Mar 20, 2014

    I have worked with several personal trainers over the years. During a training session with my first trainer, I sustained a back injury doing deadlifts… he had me lifting too much weight. After going to the doctor, I was told that I’d never run again. After 12 months of recovery (no fitness), I found my second trainer. While working with this trainer, I saw results; however, I was still limited because of my back injury. Two years later, I was rear-ended and sustained a shoulder injury. Once again, I had to take time off from fitness… this time, for 8 months – during my time off, I broke my elbow. After being cleared to return to the gym, I continued to have problems with my shoulder, elbow and back. Soon, I began training with Tim, and he slowly introduced me to weights again, but his fitness program was different than what I was used to. My previous training sessions were strictly weight-oriented, while my training sessions with Tim included stretching and some cardio before, during and after each workout. Within a couple of months, my range of motion for my broken arm went from about 20% to 100%; I no longer felt pain or discomfort in my shoulder, and my back pain went away. Today, 1 ½ years later, I am PAIN FREE! Although one’s discipline is the key to success, when working with a trainer, the trainer must ask the right questions to understand the client’s goals and be aware the client’s limitations. The trainer must also know the anatomy for strength and fitness training and be able to provide a nutritional guide in order to successfully implement a training program per client. Tim holds these characteristics and has proven to drive results be it by using his “Come On, You Can Do It” approach or his “Do It, or Run Another Lap” approach! I mentioned earlier that the doctor said that I’d never run again... Well, since then, I’ve run several 5Ks, two 10Ks, a 15K, a ½ Marathon and a few mud-runs. I’ve also done a Sprint Triathlon and rode 130 miles on a bicycle (twice). Had it not been for Tim’s passion for fitness, his expertise and encouragement, and for him providing the proper training, I would not be pain free or have been able to participate in these events. Tim is, unquestionably, an expert in fitness and rehabilitation. You may not like him during your workout, but you’d love him as a trainer.

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