My goal is to teach my clients how to exercise and be healthy. I want my clients to enjoy exercising and feel good about themselves and their health.
Moorhead State University
Many people feel exercise is out of their comfort zone. My specialty is to help you become comfortable. My favorite motto is: Commitment=Finishing What You Started!
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
I don’t believe in the two words “I CAN’T.” I like to hear “I’LL TRY!” and that leads to “I DID IT!” Ultimately, you have to do the work. Nothing comes easy, but I will push you towards your goals and help you achieve them!
There is not just one way to train. Everyone has different goals and different ways they like to train. Some respond with more volume, while others respond better to HIIT or circuit training. Remember: a program doesn’t make you great. You make the program great.
To help teach you how to live a healthy lifestyle in order to reach your goals.
Minnesota State University Mankato
You have to start somewhere if you want to see results. My goal is to help you establish that starting point to lead you on the journey of a healthy lifestyle.
Winona State University
My goal is to find the most effective and time-efficient way to help individuals reach their goals. At the age of 6, I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, which is a form of insulin dependence. One of the side effects is hunger which makes weight loss and dieting extremely difficult. Since I was diagnosed, I have learned to incorporate exercise and a proper diet into my life. I believe that this has really helped me as a trainer and has given me hands-on experience with weight loss and exercise.
My two passions are weightlifting and working on and racing cars.
Don’t shy away from being uncomfortable when you are working out. Try new things and push yourself! You will never know what you are capable until you do AND I bet you will surprise yourself in the process.
University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
My goal is to help my clients lead an active and healthy life. This begins with exercise you can enjoy and small changes along the way until you ultimately achieve your goal. I believe that water training is a great way for people recovering from injury to begin this process.