- NCSF Certified Personal Trainer
- NCSF Sports Nutrition
- Group Fitness Instructor
- Contest Prep Coach
- Pre-natal & post Partum Coaching
Growing up fitness has always been apart of my life. Everything you can imagine from playing basketball, volleyball, badminton, football, hockey, track and field, you name it I did it. Ever since I started high school and from continuous moves it became harder to stay dedicated to sports and meet new people.
Since the age of 16 my passion for sports vs the gym began to change. At first the gym was a recreational thing for me, something to do after school, and on the weekends. My passion for fitness began to grow as I learned many new things and in talking to trainers and previous competitors for support and advice. I decided to learn more through various education programs about nutrition, training techniques, and supplements.
As many of my friends and family seen my commitment and dedication it became something I loved sharing with others. I love kicking ass at the gym, even my own! My favorite body part to train is back, I'm sure many would agree how much leg day sucks....I enjoy helping inspire and motivate people to feel good about themselves. It goes without saying "take care of your body, it's the only place you have to live." Becoming a trainer was a choice without hesitation as it allows me to change the lives of other people and to also continuously improve on my own physical skills and training.
Bodybuilding was something that has always fascinated me and admiring many of the Olympia pros on their hard work and dedication. I knew competing was a goal that I wanted to work towards. Last year I prepped for my first show in the Figure division and although an injury had held me back at 4 weeks out I learned a lot about myself mentally and physically. It's true "your body is capable is anything, it's your mind you have to convince." For anyone ever wanting to compete the best advice I can give is make sure you're doing it for YOU! Not because you feel you owe somebody something or to feel you have a point to prove. There's nothing more satisfying than looking back at remembering where you came from regardless if you're first place or last place. Competing is not about being better than others and comparing what you have to others around you. It should be like anything in life you want to accomplish for YOURSELF and to know the hard work and dedication you put forward. The only person you should ever compete against is yourself! I have more competitions ahead of me and will continue on my journey to inspire and motivate as many lives as possible.