Keep it simple

I believe that fitness should be kept simple. In today’s fitness industry there is a considerable amount of options and resources that will leave you wondering for the best and fastest option that will get results. Nevertheless, the  option you choose must fit your level of fitness and leave you having a better understanding of the basics. I always tell people, keep it simple and don’t make it complicated. Whenever I am training a client I always make sure to speak their language, after all, not everyone out there is a personal trainer or and avid fitness enthusiast. Remember keep it simple!


My story

For as long as I can remember I have always been interested in fitness. As a kid I remember going to open gym during the summer and running straight into the weight room. Although I had no idea what I was doing, being around the weights made me feel happiness. In high school I was encouraged by one of my teachers, a former bodybuilder, to continue my pursuit of the fitness world. Now as an adult, I have turned that feeling of happiness into my passion. In 2011 I received my first personal training certification. It was an accomplishment but it felt like it was not enough. I enrolled in the physical therapy program at Carrington College. Where I learned about sports injuries, therapeutic modalities, strength training, massage, and special populations. I completed my internship with the athletic department at the University of Arizona where I worked with the football, softball and gymnastics team. After having the opportunity to work with athletes I realized the importance of continuing my education. I was determined to reach the next level and obtained my master fitness trainer certification. My goal is to help others when I have the opportunity to do so. Now fitness to me is not about being strong, having a good physique and leading a healthy lifestyle. It is about having the chance to impact lives. To inspire and help build them, not just physically, but mentally as well.


  • Master Fitness Trainer
  • Nutrition Specialist
  • Resistance Training Specialist
  • Endurance Training Specialist
  • Functional Training Specialist
  • Certificate of Physical Therapy
  • Plyometrics