NETA – Group Fitness Instructor; ASFA Kettlebell Instruction :

Certification: NETA – Group Fitness Instructor; ASFA Kettlebell Instruction
Hobbies: All outdoor recreation including hiking, camping, snowboarding, canoeing. Cooking and EATING!!!
Why I workout at CF: The Philosophies of accountability, teamwork, motivation, and adaptability strike the same cord as my ideas for living my life. Being a lifelong athlete is one of my goals and being surrounded by like minded people will not only help me achieve that goal but will also make me a better person in the end.

Training Experience
Lifelong Athlete
The Philosophies of accountability, teamwork, motivation, and adaptability strike the same cord as my ideas for living my life. Being a lifelong athlete is one of my goals and being surrounded by like minded people will not only help me achieve that goal but will also make me a better person in the end.
Training Skills
  • NETA – Group Fitness Instructor 100 %
  • ASFA Kettlebell Instruction 100 %

Meet Other Trainers

A seed on a window sill is still a tree but will not grow, but a seed in the soil will become a tree. Growth only happens in the right environment" - Myles Munroe Corps fitness is that environment for everyone to grow. The family atmosphere, the culture and the love in this place makes it a great work environment. Love it here, the place where purpose is fulfilled
    I enjoy training at Corps Fitness because the workouts are not only challenging but rewarding. I always leave with a heightened sense of accomplishment. I was immediately hooked and after the incredible change I saw in my mind and body, I now want to give back. My goals are to help others reach their goals, and have the same rewarding experience that I have had at Corps Fitness!!
      ​I will never forget the first time coming to a CF class. I remember thinking "this isn't working out" and this isn't for me. But by then it was too late. A fire had been lit on the inside, my natural instinct to continue the fight with an obvious weakness had kicked in, so I came back. I was more of a drop in athlete for many years until last year at the All out in Berks challenge.​ Even after being gone and training at other CrossFit gyms I knew that with all the warm welcomes and a few hugs that Corps Fitness was my home and I needed to come back. So its been almost one year and I love it. We are a family. We train together, eat together, share in our achievements, and receive help with our weaknesses. CF is my home and will be for as long as possible. If I can share one thing with anyone in regards to training it would be: Never give up, even after you fall or fail, keep showing up and continue to put in work because one day its going to pay off.