Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer

Bio

Hi, I’m Kim Meyers and fitness has been my passion for over 25 years.  I began instructing group fitness classes in 1987 and in 2010 I finally achieved my goal of becoming a personal trainer. Fitness has evolved quite a bit over the past 25 years and I am excited to be a part of the next generation of health and fitness.  I enjoy every second I spend educating and coaching people through their journey to improved fitness. 

I am a parent with 2 children and have served in the United States Air Force for almost 26 years so I understand the challenges of balancing life, family, career, and self.  I’ve been a Physical Training Leader for the Air Force for almost 12 years and have created innovative fitness sessions helping many to meet and surpass their fitness goals.  My life’s passion is to help others understand the importance of fitness and experience the joy of total body wellness.  I believe fitness should be fun and functional while strengthening the entire body physically and helping to promote emotional stability.  Balance is key in life and in fitness.

I believe many times we can be our own biggest road block in achieving personal goals.  My goal as a health and fitness coach is to help you get through your road blocks, support you in achieving your goals, and becoming the healthiest person you can be.  There are no quick fixes…this achievement comes with dedication, sweat, laughter, and tears all leading to an amazing transformation. Invest in yourself today and unlock the true you.

Thank you for visiting my site and I look forward to working with you!

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  • Sharecare

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  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness

    Can I turn fat into muscle?

    Although this description has been used to motivate people to participate in exercise programs for a long time, it is not what actually happens when you participate in an exercise program.  Muscle and fat are very separate.  As you get into an exercise program you will get stronger by building muscle and reduce...Read More
  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness

    How much cardio should I do to lose weight?

    There is no on standard answer to this question as we are all different, so it will depend on how your body reacts to cardio exercise. For example, I may have to perform cardio exercise for at least 1 hour to see results where as my sister only needs 30 minutes. Other factors that play an important role...Read More
  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness

    Can I improve fitness after menopause without joining a gym?

    Most definitely! Fitness can be improved without a gym and can be more fun.  There are all sorts of activities that can be done like hiking, biking, swimming, and jogging to name a few.  Strength training is best improved by using your bodies own weight as resistance.  Push-ups are great but can be intimidating. Start...Read More
  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness

    How do I keep my mind young?

    Never stop using it!   Read books, play games, go on adventures, or start a home business in retirement. The saying “If you don’t use it you lose it” applies to all aspects of life, including the mind.  Many times, as we age and get into our retirement years, we stop.  This may be the time to find a new hobby,

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  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness

    Does heredity play a major role in obesity?

    Heredity is an interesting animal.  It definitely plays a role in obesity but the big players in obesity are lack of exercise, proper nutrition, and mind fitness.  What I mean is that under the umbrella of obesity comes family behaviors that are passed down through generations.  With these behaviors so ingrained

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  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness

    Are genetics a barrier to improving fitness levels?

    Although we are all born with a predetermined set of genetics, this does not mean that you will not be able to achieve your fitness goals. What it does mean is that you may need to take a different road to reach them. You cannot change the color of your eyes, the height you will reach, the type of

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  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness
    Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer has posted a blog entry:
    Hi Sharecare Family, I’m back!

    I've been out for a while building my Fitness Business and I finally am able to get back to my favorite fitness...Full Post
  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness
    Lifestyle transformations are a life long commitment of refinement. The people who excel in life and in meeting their goals aren’t the ones who just look on the bright side. On the contrary, they’re the ones who are willing to focus on problems long enough to figure out what’s causing them. Weight loss is no exception. Don’t just gloss over why you’re eating too many sweets or anything else you can’t seem to get on top of. Take a clear look at what’s going wrong: are you too busy? Not taking time to de-stress? Then ask friends how they’ve solved similar problems.
  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness

    Will resistance training help improve my cardiorespiratory fitness?

    Absolutely!  Circuit training programs combine resistance type exercises that are accomplished in a way to help muscular strength while placing demands on the cardiorespiratory system.  This is a great way to economize your time.  For that reason circuits are my favorite programs.  Not to mention they keep

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  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness
    Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer has posted a blog entry:

    Happy Friday! It is great to see all the connections being made and friendships forming. Not a day goes by that we don’t hear reports on our countries

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  • Janice Hartmann
    Thanks for your kind words Kim. I'm exited and encouraged to be making this journey with the help of experts like yourself!
  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness
    Hi Janice, Glad to meet you. We all have a story and I enjoyed reading yours. What I like most about Sharecare is we get to read real life story and see success stories as they happen. It seem that TV and radio are focusing on the quick solution and the real solution is dedication to living a healthy life. It is awesome to see you stating your journey and you definitely found the right place with Sharecare. The team of Dr’s you now have and the amazing database of medical information is fabulous. Add in all the Fitness Trainers and you have a strong foundation. Movement is key in aging. Our bodies were made to move, even it if is a bit slower that before. Good luck on this journey and I’ll check in again soon, Kim Meyers
  • robin miles
    Hi kim, Thanks for the return note. Yes, there are plenty of places to walk here in Oregon. There are several walking clubs here in our beautiful Columbia Gorge. The trails are rateed as beginner, medium and pro. It is nice to see the spring flowers in bloom on these trails. The Columbia Gorge is my Playground.
  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness
    So nice of you to ask, I am doing well in getting my businesses going. I started having my clients use Sharecare to track their progress and have access to all the educational information available. My transition from the military to civilian life is going well too. It is like starting over, a bit scary but I love the freedom and have some amazing business coaches. Enjoy your day and LOVE the T-Shirt!
  • Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer - Cibolo, TX - Fitness
    Hi Robin :-) Great to see that you found a sport to train for. Walking is great and will help you lose weight and get well toned muscles. I love walking and running hills; they are great to help increase your cardio levels. I’m sure living in Oregon you will not have a problem finding them. I love hearing about people who began their health journey and are now off medications they were taking. This is a true sign that you see how important taking care of yourself is. Awesome job and keep up the journey to improves health.