CrossFit Level 1 & 2
CrossFit Courses in Olympic Lifting, Gymnastics, Mobility, DB Specific Movements
Schwinn Spin Instructor
Personal Trainer and Group Fitness CanFitPro
Precision Nutrition Certificate Level 1
TwoBrain Nutrition Coaching
For as long as I can remember I have been active in both individual and team sports. Starting out as a competitive swimmer and recreational skier. Eventually I found competitive Volleyball in middle school and followed that path until I started University. As I got a bit older I fell into running, Triathlons and Weightlifting. I am a bit of an “outside the box” kind of girl. I’ll try anything once. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. My goal now is working out to feel good, stay strong, healthy and working on my golf game.
Although I have always loved being active. At 30 I started thinking about coaching others how to start incorporating fitness into their lives. Bootcamps and Learn to Run clinics was where I started out. Power in numbers was what interested me most. So I started a Mom’s bootcamp at my kids school and their sports teams. We all had time on our hands why not get active!. From there I moved into teaching spin classes at my local gym. Followed by coaching Crossfit classes and personal training. . I enjoy taking a variety of courses and see how I can incorporate new skills into my training. I love working with people of all ages and abilities and see what they can do when they gain a little confidence and body awareness.
What I love most is functional fitness. Coaching people to reach goals that make their lifestyles healthier. For some people their goal is to play with their grandchildren. Others are looking at getting stronger for a particular sport or their job. Bottom line is they just want to be healthy. Getting to the gym is half the battle. Once you are there, coaches, other members or friends help to push you to do your best for that day. Fitness allows us to focus on ourselves even if it’s just for an hour a day. I try to live by the motto “Be stronger than your excuses”.