Growing up I only ever played softball during high school. It wasn’t until I graduated High School that I really fell in love with fitness. I went from being the person who was intimidated to step foot in a gym to becoming a Personal Trainer and then Master Trainer at a corporate health club. I then went on to complete certain goals that I set for myself such as completing a Spartan Race, graduating from the Oak Hill Fire Academy, and reaching my goal in strength and muscle endurance.
After having my daughter and then going through one of the toughest lessons life has ever taught me, I realized how important physical activity is, not just for our physical bodies but our minds and spirits as well. I love helping people not only meet their fitness goals but also making sure their mental status is up to par. I understand how mental illness can affect every part of our lives and I also know that adding a daily physical regimen into your schedule can improve every other aspect of your life.
I have been helping people lose weight, gain muscle, and come back from injuries since 2014 and absolutely love what I do!