If you are thinking to yourself, “boxing, I know nothing about boxing. How could I possibly sign up to take a class I know nothing about?” Well, guess what. Speaking from personal experience, you are not alone. Fitness has always been a huge part of my life from sports to working out; for it has been a great way to clear my mind, feel empowered, and promote personal discipline.
For several years, I have focused my career path and academics pursuits as a Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA), where I worked on a neurological, as well as orthopedic rehabilitation unit. As a PTA, I have spent the last 5 years by the side of each and every one of my patients helping them along their rehabilitation/recovery journey. My interest in helping people was the reason I choose a career in healthcare. As life stresses can sometimes get the best of you, one day to relieve stress I attended a drop-in class at ‘Title Boxing Club’ and after I left; I was just speechless.
The workout was nothing I have ever done before. The sense of release of negative energy hitting the heavy bag, the high energy motivation push from the instructor, and no hassling around with headphones was right up my alley. With that in mind, I sought out additional education to become a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine; as well as seeking one-on-one boxing training. Still thinking ‘Title Boxing Club’ may still be out of your comfort zone? That’s where I come in.
I understand that every client is different with different goals, medical histories, and knowledge base that I will take pride in explaining and breaking down the fundamentals of boxing, encouraging clients to take the instruct at your own pace, providing the accountability motivation that is needed, and suggesting modifications to adapt the work out to your fitness level to produce the results you are striving for. If I am not working, I am taking a class at TITLE Boxing Club Rochester Hills.
The therapist in me makes me attentive to form and technique, so clients can have a safe and effective workout; while the cheerleader in me seeks to make it fun and efficient. My fitness philosophy is “if it is not fun and you are not enjoying it – results will not happen!” The ‘mind over miles’ mentally allowed me to leave self-doubt behind transforming me from a nonrunner to a full marathon finisher; so come take a class with me and lets’ make this fitness journey personal together.
My personal mantra:
Revive your light. Manifest your dreams. Realize your worth.
My training style is:
My interest in helping people is my “why”. In fitness, the path may be different to reach individual goals; but the results are the same - to celebrate accomplishments and personal achievements.
What gives me my fighting spirit:
For sure - the challenge. AT TITLE, it is intriguing to me that neither two clients nor two classes will be the same; which keeps me on my toes whether that is workout design, adjusting to different fitness levels, or accepting continuous learning opportunities. If I am not working and not spending time with friends and family; I am taking a class at TITLE Rochetser Hills.