Kimberly Meyers , NASM Elite Trainer


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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