At the age of eight, Meg started playing basketball, which sparked her love for physical activity and training. Playing year-round competitive basketball lead to receiving a college scholarship where she played on the school’s basketball and soccer teams.
Unfortunately, along the way Meg endured several knee injuries which resulted in many surgeries and setbacks. After retiring from playing basketball and later having two children, Meg realized the importance of proper physical training to manage pain and to live a life without limitations.
In order to run, play, and keep up with her kids, Meg started pursuing an education and career in personal training, with the goal to help others who are facing similar physical setbacks.
Meg graduated from William Jessup University with a bachelor’s degree in Counseling Psychology.
She has always had a desire to help others accomplish more than they imagined was possible and move past obstacles in life. Personal training is a perfect combination of her passion for physical fitness and helping people in their journey towards health of mind and body.
- American Council on Exercise: Certified Personal Trainer
- Broad knowledge of the human body, muscle function, programming strategy, and exercise science.
- American Council on Exercise: Functional Training Specialist
- A deeper understanding of how to train the body to move correctly and efficiently.
Meg is passionate about helping others improve quality of life by moving without limitations and pain. She understands the hurdles and frustrations that can get in the way, and she believes in making the journey to health just as enjoyable as the actual results.