5173 S. University Drive
I have been working in the fitness industry for almost twenty years and have been working with Ellen for the last fifteen years. I am the fitness manager of Ellen's but I also teach a variety of fitness classes including Spinning, Pilates and the Ultimate Workout.
Fitness is not just something I do, it is who I am. I believe that living a healthy and fit lifestyle soothes the mind, body and soul. Fitness, sports and leading a healthy lifestyle have always been natural for me. Coaching and assisting the ones who struggle with making fitness their lifestyle also came natural. My family raised me to work hard and do things right, so I know what it takes to dig deep and push myself harder and harder, day in and day out to achieve what I want in health and in life. In addition, the values of passion, drive, and whole-hearted commitment to helping others were part of my core belief system. I’ve come to realize it’s just what I was born to do!
As a fitness professional, I truly want to make a difference through making fitness fun. If I am not preaching my tidbit of fitness to the people around me I am out looking for laughs and feeding my adrenaline. I am a fun, open-minded, adventurous, hardworking, positive-minded person, with a contagious and enthusiastic personality and surround myself with others like me. I'm not a perfect health nut, I enjoy a nice bottle of wine or beer when I am not focused on leaving my mark in the fitness world and in the lives of those I coach. Today I help hundreds of men and women of all shapes and sizes to achieve their desired fitness goals. Constant texting, emailing, and calling to check up on clients is part of the daily routine that bonds the close relationship I have with my clients. My clients have become my family; I would do anything to help them achieve their goals. I will stop at nothing to get the best and most out of any person I am put in contact with, again, it’s what I was born to do!
“We do not stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing.”