I became a Personal Trainer because fitness is hard. It is harder when you do not believe you can accomplish your personal goal or you do not know how. When I was 13 years old my thyroid stopped functioning correctly. My hormones went crazy and I gained 50lbs. I then went on a medication to balance it, but that made me gain another 50lbs. So at 13 I was 100lbs over weight. It was hard, honestly. My doctor explained how close I was to having Diabetes, which scared me, but he explained how important fitness could be in my life. So I ran on the treadmill for a year and lost 10lbs. Not much, but better then gaining more. So I had it under control now, but I needed to keep working. The doctor then explained how important weight lifting was for my body to keep of the fat. I had no idea where to start. My Dad has a bad back and I did not want to hurt myself. I was then helped out by my brothers friend who was a Personal Trainer. He helped me lose 50lbs! That was incredible! He then moved and I wanted to lose the other 30lbs to reach my goal. I then went to the National Academy Of Sport Medicine to get my National Certification. I finished my goal, and made new ones. So now, I do this because I want to help others get results faster than I did, what they want, and safely. I believe I can make you believe you can accomplish your goals.
*Subject to Personal Trainer availability. Member is purchasing Personal Training program and not services of an individual Personal Trainer. If the requested Personal Trainer is not available, another Personal Trainer will be assigned. Member is not entitled to a refund if the requested Personal Trainer is not available.