As a teenager, I was very active and enjoyed sports. I was an All-State and state champion basketball player. After entering the workforce and getting married, I got a sedentary job and experienced deconditioning and weight gain. In 2000, I made a commitment to get back into shape. I worked hard and got great results. I was so excited about the changes I had achieved that I decided to help other people do the same thing, so I became a personal trainer.
The following year, I earned personal training certifications with International Sports and Sciences Association, the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and the American Council on Exercise. I have also earned a degree from B.Y.U. in Exercise Science and Wellness. I am NASM and CPR certified and insured as a personal trainer.
I enjoy a variety of physical activities and recently completed my second marathon. I create fitness programs ranging from training for conditioned athletes to basic, easy-to-follow programs for beginners.
Exercise Science and Wellness, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, 2009
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Health & Fitness Provider Network, January 2011
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