Even a self-proclaimed math phobic like Lacey subscribes to this formula! Having supportive and consistent support contributes significantly to the attainment of health and fitness goals.
Lacey is a "for fun" and sometimes competitive runner who gained a love of sports and physical activity at a very young age. She credits her passion for setting and achieving fitness goals to her dad, who has been an example of athleticism and self-mastery her entire life.
Lacey's background in psychology provides a deeper understanding of how to help clients find the motivation from within to reach their full potential. Her well rounded style makes her an effective and supportive coach as she empowers others to take ownership of their lives, conquer stress, discover the energy to do anything and look great doing it!
In her free time, Lacey loves to enjoy the sunny Arizona outdoors with her husband, four children, and two chihuahuas.
MS, Exercise and Wellness, Arizona State University
Certified Personal Trainer, NASM
Honors or Awards
Olympic Torch Relay Runner, 1996 Olympics
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Chandler, AZ 85298
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