Introducing Oli!

The worlds first artifical personal trainer that lives on a mobile motion analysis platform!

Motion Analysis!

Oli was created with you in mind, by recognizing patterns and trends, Oli’s artificial intelligence will find problem areas and recommend workouts to help you achieve your goals while maintaining safety, efficiency, and motivation. Keeping that in mind we know that not everyone wants's a robot telling them what to do! That's why the Oli Fitness app will support personal training and coaching by connecting users to certified individuals who specialize in what they are looking to achieve!

Key Features

Video based motion analysis.

Connect to certified trainers & coaches anywhere in the world.

Unlock your potential with automated workout management.

Compete with your friends or strangers through our hashtagging competition creation.

Meet the Founders

Alexander G Orozco

Alexander graduated from the University of Washingont with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. At 22, he got into powerlifting and then went on to become a founding officer of the University of Washington powerlifting club, Sydicate of Strength. During the first year of club activity they went on to collegiate nationals and he placed 16th in the nation.

Charlton M. Smith

Charlton got his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Washington. Charlton found his passion for fitness when he was around 15, in high school Charlton was involved in tennis, wrestling, and track. After school, he started going to the gym and later started to work there as a personal trainer. Fun Fact: Charlton can hold a handstand for over a minute without any support

Chris "Viking" DeJarlais

Chris is a recent graduate of the University of Washington, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (Finance) and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He has been a dedicated lifter for almost 10 years. While initially focusing on lifting as a tool to put on muscle, for the last 3 years he has been focused on power lifting and compound lifts.

November's Featured Athlete

Prommepetch Nut Suwanchote

Competition Weight - 145 lbs

Squat Bench Deadlift
Competition (lbs) 413.3 242.5 529.1

13 State Records