Women's Fitness Chino

Megan is a Certified Personal Trainer through American Council of Exercise (ACE). She received her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with an emphasis on Exercise Science from Cal Poly Pomona. She was raised in northern California in an active lifestyle involving years of volleyball, track and field and long distance running experience, which initially led to her career in fitness. Her own personal challenges have given her the determination to help others reach their fitness goals and assist them in living an active style. Motivated by family and an eagerness to help people, she is a strong believer in the life changing benefits and preventative effects of exercise.

Certifications

Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology - California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Certified Personal Trainer - American Council of Exercise (ACE)

Precision Nutrition Level One - In Progress

CPR/AED - American Red Cross

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Here is a small part of my story..

After the loss of a loved one and a bad ending to a long term relationship in the same week, I quit eating. I dropped 15 lbs in a matter of a couple weeks, getting as thin as 105 lbs. Once I did start eating again, I ate anything and everything. My moods were inconsistent, my body fat had risen by more than 10% and I was unable to see my self worth. So I ate without a second thought, I quit working out because I didn’t see it as worth my time, and I drank to hide what I was really feeling. It wasn’t until a family vacation that I realized I couldn’t look at myself in pictures. I saw it in my body and my face how unhappy I was. After months of not really looking at myself, I finally saw the truth and I knew I had to change, for myself. I traded my fast food habits for meal prep. I slowly made my way back into the gym doing things that I remembered or workouts I found online. I asked friends, family, professors and coworkers for help or advice and I cut things AND PEOPLE out that didn’t make me feel good. Keep in mind that my progress was not all uphill, for a while it felt like two steps forward and one step back. But little by little things began to change. I began to realize that I wanted to help others see how much a healthy lifestyle can change your life, just like it did for me.