Personal trainer Jen Borman wants you to make it hard. By "it" she means muscles, perverts.

Personal trainer Jen Borman wants you to make it hard. By "it" she means muscles, perverts.

There's nothing like a little innuendo to go with a workout that will set the thighs on fire, and Borman is hoping to do just that.

"It's the little things that make me happy," Borman joked as she informed me that I was not the only participant in her Rock Hard Girls Club class that, days later, said her gluteus maximus was maximum sore.

The club is a weekly class of circuit training exercises for women that's held at wedding dress boutique Big Rock Little Rooster (another name with a bit of an innuendo).

Although working out beside Vera Wang and Monique Lhuillier gowns helps, as one betrothed participant put it, "keep my eye on the prize," participants need not be engaged to be in the club.

Originally from Pittsburgh, Borman moved to Ohio for a job in the visual design department of Limited Brands. But "after so many years, I realized that I'm not the type of person who can sit behind a desk all day," said Borman, 30.

The offspring of a "triathlete and a gym rat," she had been in gyms since she was 12 and loved promoting a healthy lifestyle. Plus, she already had a whole house full of workout equipment.

Borman got certified by the International Sports Sciences Association and has held personal training sessions in her Canal Winchester home for two years.

Rock Hard Girls Club, which started in early January, is her first class. The hour-long sessions will change each week and include everything from ab work to weight lifting.

Borman is accepting new class participants (bride-to-be status not required) for next month's sessions. Classes are $15 per session or $50 for four.