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Casey Fattig

Owner & Lead Trainer

I was born and raised in Lake Jackson, TX, and P90X workouts (thanks Tony Horton) one summer in high school were my first introduction to health and fitness. After high school, I completed a mechanical engineering degree at Texas A&M, but found myself often preferring to work out or research health and fitness topics rather than do engineering school work. After graduation, I worked up the courage to make a career change, sacrificing job security and pay to pursue what I am truly passionate about, first as a personal trainer for a year, then completing my doctorate in physical therapy at Texas Woman's University. Despite my satisfaction in this new profession, I encountered limitations within the existing medical framework that hindered my ability to fully assist my patients. I knew most of them would benefit from more consistent exercise, nutrition counseling, and other simple lifestyle changes...many of the things I provided for clients as a personal trainer before transitioning into physical therapy. I aspired to concentrate on doing the things that would provide the fastest and greatest benefit for each of my clients...and something where I could focus on the whole person, not just one facet of their health. Driven by this vision, my wife and I established Woodlands Home Fitness, LLC, with the aim of offering a comprehensive approach to health and wellness to our clients.


My guiding principles with all my clients are:

  • Honesty

  • Humility

  • Passion



I'm constantly learning, listening to the latest podcasts, reading books, and combing the scientific literature to ensure my clients receive the absolute best training I can provide. My breadth of experience regarding different athletic endeavors and training styles include:

  • Triathlon (Sprint to Ironman distance)

  • Jiu Jitsu

  • Running (5K to Marathon)

  • Weight Lifting

  • Obstacle Course Competitions

  • Sports Performance

  • Blood Flow Restriction Training


Special Populations I've treated include people with:

  • Alzheimer's


  • Ankylosing Spondylitis


  • Cancer


  • Congestive Heart Failure


  • Coronary Artery Disease


  • Diabetes Mellitus (Types 1 and 2)


  • Ehler's Danlos Syndrome


  • Elbow/wrist/hand conditions


  • Guillian-Barre


  • High Blood Pressure


  • Joint Replacement (Knee, shoulder, hip, ankle)


  • Labral tears


  • Ligament Sprains


  • Multiple Sclerosis


  • Osteoarthritis


  • Osteoporosis/Sarcopenia

  • Parkinson's


  • Peripheral Artery Disease

  • Post-surgical


  • Rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis

  • Rib Pain/dysfunction


  • Rotator Cuff Injuries

    ·'Spinal Cord Injury

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  • Spine Pain (cervical, thoracic, lumbar)

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  • Stroke/TBI

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