My mission is to teach people that fitness and strength training can lead to physical, mental and emotional well-being.

Fitness is not about quick fixes, diet pills or starving yourself. There are no shortcuts to health and fitness. It’s not about being skinny; it’s about being strong. When you feel strong it carries over to everything you do. Ignore short-term results, commit to the long-term process. Wake up, move, eat well most of the time. Enjoy birthday cake, eat ice cream, workout. Be realistic. Build yourself up, find yourself through exercise and you will be unstoppable.


My vision is to educate people about the power of being physically fit. To inspire people to challenge themselves physically and to teach them that by doing so, they will discover their true potential and strength.

An AFAA Certified Personal Trainer, a mother, an exercise enthusiast, a wife, a daughter, a Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certified Coach, in a constant struggle with my addiction to peanut butter, a NASM Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist, legitimately scared of skunks, a friend, a woman, a specialist in therapeutic recreation, a body builder, strong, compassionate, silly.


Judgmental, ever going to tell you that what you want to achieve physically is available in pill form, a mean girl, misleading, skinny, a fan of avocados or mangos (it’s a texture thing), full of excuses, a good speller, indecisive, impatient, unkind.