Kathleen LeGrys holds credentials through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) as a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) and Fitness Nutrition Specialist (FNS) as well as Certified Lifestyle and Weight Management Specialist (NESTA).
Whether you are just beginning your fitness journey and may not be sure where to start or you have reached a plateau with your workouts and are not seeing the results you'd like, you have come to the right place!
There are times you just need a little direction and extra motivation to help you reach your goals. That's how I found my passion for fitness. After working with a personal trainer a few years ago, to get back in shape, I knew I wanted to be able to help others in the same way. As a certified personal trainer, I get to do what I am truly passionate about.
I know what it's like to be overweight, overwhelmed and out of shape and I also know what it's like to feel great, energized and in better shape than I was when I was in my 30's! There is no comparison to the quality of your life when you start making your health a priority again. You can do this!
I would love the opportunity to learn more about you and work together to help you reach your health and fitness goals. Today is a great day to start!
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San Marcos, CA 92069
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