Courtney grew up in Lowell, MA and attended Bryant University where she was a scholarship athlete on the women’s basketball team. Growing up, Courtney worked at the Greater Lowell Boys and Girls Club — that’s where her love of the non-profit world and giving back to youth developed. Courtney is now a Director at a Boston based non-profit that donates sports equipment to youth across the country. Courtney was a member at TITLE for 2 years before making the transition to training. Outside of work and training she is an avid Boston Celtics fan, loves outdoor activities, traveling, and cooking.
My personal mantra:
If it doesn’t challenge you it doesn’t change you.
My training style is:
Energetic and Connected.
I have been taking classes at TITLE for 2 years. After looking for a new, challenging workout I tried my first shot free and was hooked! Since then I have been taking 4-5 classes a week, and have yet to not feel completely exhausted at the end of a class. I joined because I was looking for a new workout, I stayed and decided to become a trainer because of the people, the atmosphere, and the mere fact that the workouts are always challenging and pushing me to do more.
What gives me my fighting spirit:
I get my fighting spirit outside of TITLE from no one other than myself. I am constantly on a quest to be a better, stronger version of myself whether that be mentally, emotionally, socially, physically, and TITLE helps me do that, and it gives me the opportunity to push others to do the same.