I am not a full time trainer, I am a middle school math teacher. I work 8am-5pm M-F so I train my clients in the evenings. I don't get to workout everyday so I try to maximize my workouts, eat well, and stay active in my day to day routines.
I have experience in coaching Cross Country, Track and Field, and competitive cheerleading. I tore my ACL in 2013 and during my rehab I fell in love with
My personal training style involves combination movements and HIIT. I constantly seeking out new ways to use resistance bands, medicine balls, TRX movements, kettle bells, etc.
I have worked with athletes both male and female, ages 8 to 60+
I train runners at the middle school and high school levels.
I've written programming for sports-specific training goals, toning, weight-loss and overall conditioning.
If we keep an athlete's mindset we won't "exercise" because we "have to" instead we will "train" because we have goals to tackle.
Unless prescribed by a doctor, I do not believe in dieting. Balanced eating is a lifestyle. Carbs are a necessity if you are training, they are not your enemy. If you know you need to clean up your eating, simple tweaks on what you normally order or prepare is a great place to start.
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