Kellie Walters was introduced to the fitness world at a young age. Her mother was a group fitness instructor and took Kellie with her to her aerobic and step classes instead of leaving her with a babysitter.
“It is our obligation to empower the clients we serve with all the necessary and key tools needed for long-term success and longevity in health, fitness and wellness,” says Daniel Omokha. He personally accomplishes this by frequently attending fitness conferences and workshops to “learn and pick up ideas from the best in the world.”
Mac Dodds and his wife, Tina, started their business, Good Life Fitness, “to help people put their intentions into action by increasing awareness of and supporting the practice of healthy behaviors until they become a way of life.” They promote a healthy and fitness lifestyle by focusing on education, demonstration, and involvement.
Chanelle White created her business, Be Well with Chanelle, a health coaching and Pilates practice, to help others work through the life struggles that she once faced. While aligning her passion with her career, Chanelle was able to make a better life for herself.
Patrick Perretta is a personal trainer, an indoor cycling coach, a USA cycling coach and a Simply Tri coach. Patrick started his fitness journey by becoming a triathlete to lose weight. After losing the weight and completing a few sprint triathlons, he decided to train for a half Ironman®. While training, Patrick experienced an aneurism.
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Meet Some Outstanding Members Who Inspire the World to Fitness®!
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Mary Magee-Huth, assistant fitness coordinator for the Provena Saint Joseph Inwood Athletic Club, believes that health should be the primary focus of exercise programs. Mary has created several innovative programs to help members understand that improved fitness means more than shrinking waistlines and numbers on the scale.