At eighteen, I was in the best shape of my life, having played all sorts of sports from the time I could walk. When I turned thirty, I was a de-conditioned athlete who could barely run a mile. Something had to change.
Joining a gym was the best course of attack, or so I thought. The trainer I met with gave me a general plan for the populous at large. This was not for me. I needed to find an outlet for athleticism that would appeal to me. What I found was a boxing gym. Focusing primarily on this exercise regime, I found renewed focus both inside and outside of the gym.
What I have came to believe through my own diet and exercise commitment is the importance of routine and the refusal to make excuses. If I need to get up before the sun, I do it. If I need to complete my workout after training and working with others all day, I do it.
I started working in the fitness industry while staying home with my young children. Teaching an evening kickboxing class became an outlet for me. As my classes grew in size, we added more classes and participants started asking if I did personal training. The next thing I knew, the “outlet” turned into a full-time job as a kickboxing instructor and certified personal trainer.
The skills I have acquired over the years now enable me to provide a diverse, intense workout that meets my clients where they are and keeps them motivated.
TRX Suspension Training
R.I.P.P.E.D. Interval Training
Stroops Functional Performance Training
AFAA Certified Personal Trainer
Power Plate – Level 1 Academy