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Founder/Owner Ngo Okafor has successfully performed dozens of rapid dramatic body transformations and is now excited to open his own gym, where he and his trainers can now transform so many more clients in NYC.
Come in for a tour and see what Iconoclast is all about.
A father of two, Ngo Okafor is also the owner/founder of
Iconoclast Fitness Studio, New York’s premier personal training
gym, the place where the city’s elite come to break a sweat.
Known for a mental toughness that borders on superhuman, Ngo
overcame a childhood bedridden in Nigeria to take up boxing at
the relatively advanced age of 31—and then win the Golden
Gloves Championship two years in a row.
The Ngo Effect is his process of instilling the same drive and
determination in clients, Any personal trainer can give you a
workout routine to follow. What makes Ngo different—and the
reason he’s one of New York’s most in-demand trainers—is that
he strengthens your mental toughness, at the same time you’re
strengthening your biceps.
Ngo teaches clients a winning mindset, pushing them to be
better versions of themselves. Ngo believes that once the mind is
locked in, the body has no choice but to follow. His workouts
are simple, but not easy. Effective, but not complicated. His
results are nothing short of awe-inspiring. Harnessing the power
of the mind to transform the body—that is the Ngo Effect.
The results from The Ngo Effect lead the New York Post to
name him one of New York’s “hottest trainers whipping
beautiful people into shape.” Those beautiful people include
Jennifer Lopez, Brooke Shields, Mariska Hargitay, Naomi
Campbell, and Wes Gordon, creative director of Carolina
Herrera. Now, building on the success of his 28 Days Greater
body transformation program, Ngo is introducing a monthly subscription service to allow those who can’t get to New York
the chance to experience the Ngo Effect at home.