I am a weight loss success story. In 2016 I started to take control of my life and made myself a priority. Eleven months after beginning my journey, I was down 100 pounds and living a healthier life.
My main purpose in life is to help others live a healthier and more active life. I absolutely love helping people - lift weights, become more mobile, or lose weight. I proudly hold the following certifications:
USA Powerlifting Coach
NCSF - Certified Personal Trainer
I enjoy helping people. I like helping people work towards and achieve goals. More specifically, I like working with people 1:1 to give them the attention they deserve.
Love her training methods warm ups and cool downs after each training session. She’s straight forward and doesn’t sugar coat anything when training her clients. I can be funny, weird self and she passes no judgment. She’s very passionate in what she does and strives to be better each day I train with her. It’s because of her I’m where I’m at physically and mentally stronger.
She pays attention to my workouts aside from proper form instruction she works with me and stays encouraging
Ideally, I have an introductory phone call first. I also arrange a complimentary in person session to see how the person moves, the person gets a sense of how I work, and together we determine if we are an ideal team.
I am a certified personal trainer and USPA powerlifting coach and judge.
Depending on the number of people, number of sessions per week, and location, prices start as low as $35 per person.
I became a personal trainer and coach after making my health a priority. I have always been an educator and have simply brought my passion for helping people to the strength side of health and wellness.
I have worked with men and women from 16-75 years of age.
Think about your budget and be realistic. Investing in a coach is an investment in a professional committed to helping you achieve a goal.
Know what you want from a teacher or coach. People will say they want to lose weight or get stronger. What does that mean for you? Think about the time committment side - as in - how many hours per week can you give.