Each of Our Trainers are:
- Nationally Accredited
- Certified Personal Trainers
- CPR/AED Certified
- Specialize in a specific area of expertise in the fitness industry to meets your needs
- Continue to educate themselves and others!
- Passion is what drives us!
Frisco, Little Elm, McKinney, The Colony
My love for fitness began after I became a stay at home mom. I started going to the gym regularly and especially loved trying new classes. When my kids left for college I decided this was the time to turn my passion into a career! I am nationally accredited certified personal trainer through the American Council on Exercise. I’ve also recently become certified in nutrition with ACE as well. In my years of self-training I learned that nutrition and a balanced lifestyle is very important. It’s not about being perfect but being consistent. I love helping people achieve their fitness goals and being able to share my passion and knowledge with others. I believe it should be fun, finding out what you enjoy and then implementing it into your personal program.
Fitness is not just for the young, it’s for all of us, so we can continue to be healthy, happy and enjoy the things we love to do. Some of my favorite classes are bodypump, bodycombat, Piyo, spin and yoga. My newest obsession being Barre classes. So who all wants to join me in an amazing exercise program with great results?!
“The body achieves what the mind believes”
380 Corridor, Little Elm, Prosper, Frisco
May you always do what you are afraid to do” I truly believe, everything you dream is on the other side of fear. It just takes a leap of faith to get there. I have started to live by this and it amazes me how a simple phrase can help me in becoming the person I was meant to be.
I have always been interested in fitness; I played volleyball for nine years and have been a gym rat ever since. Born and raised a Hoosier (from Indianapolis, Indiana) I attended Ball State University where I received my Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. Shortly after graduating, I received my personal training certification through the International Sports Sciences Association. This is the career I’ve always dreamed of and I’m looking forward to sharing what I know with others! Even as a young athlete playing volleyball, I was always unhappy with my weight. When I decided to put fear aside and put my all into being serious about my health it not only started changing the number on the scale but it changed my way of life. While I continue my journey to a healthier version of myself, I want to push and encourage other women to stop letting fear get in the way and guiding them through the necessary steps to a healthier lifestyle. My goal is to provide each client with the knowledge to begin and maintain their health changes, to ignite their drive to get where they want to be and best of all to be blessed as a small part of their life changing experience. Everyone loves that feeling of achievement but it goes well beyond myself as I’m helping others achieving theirs and creating a healthy journey together. It’s hard to not let fear control us, but as soon as we take the jump, fear takes a back seat and our new life is ready and waiting for us.
“Fear is nothing more than an obstacle that stands in the way of our success”
Carrollton, Coppell, Grapevine and The Colony
The mind and body are remarkable and beautiful gifts. My goal is to help provide my clients with the tools, knowledge, and motivation to keep the two in sync optimizing their health and wellbeing through fitness. I understand the importance of exercise programs being unique, and therefore use a variety of training techniques that are personalized for each individual according to their interests, goals, and fitness levels.
Perfection is not the goal. My ultimate mission is to help people achieve overall health and happiness. In today’s society, we are continuously exposed to irrational standards of what it means to be “beautiful.” Growing up, I was a Varsity athlete and participated in a variety of sports including volleyball, soccer, cross country, and track. I was active, but I was not “healthy”. After battling an eating disorder for 9 years and most of my adult life, I decided that I wanted to take control of my life. I turned to fitness, and replaced the harmful habits of my previous lifestyle, along with their negative physical and emotional effects, with a strong passion and desire to utilize and fuel my body the way it was made to. We are all beautiful creations, and our bodies work so hard for us to keep us healthy. The best way to love your body is to care for it and nourish it properly.
As a Cooper Institute Certified Personal trainer with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Texas State University, I truly believe that my purpose is to help others discover the same physical and mental strength that has empowered me to turn my life around. As my biggest inspiration in Fitness, my Dad has encouraged me to “surround myself with likeminded people with similar passions… because that is when amazing things are accomplished.”
My Dad, a Certified Ironman Coach, has been an incredible example of this. Two days after completing the Ironman World Championship in Australia, he was in a horrific car accident that left him in a medically induced coma for 14 days with two collapsed lungs, a punctured diaphragm, a fractured scapula, and ribs broken in 15 places. Just 7 months later, he completed his 9th ironman, consisting of a 2 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride, and 26.2 (marathon distance) run. Watching him
cross the finish line, I was overwhelmed with this truth: That the body can truly achieve what the mind believes…. And I am determined to share that truth and passion with each of my clients.
My purpose and goal is not only to help others make healthy lifestyle choices and achieve their fitness goals, but to also motivate and inspire each individual to experience the most rewarding and empowering feeling of pushing the limits of the human mind and body.
“The quality of life increases as the human spirit is challenged.” – Chelsea
Addison, Carrollton, Dallas, Farmers Branch
The human body is remarkable, from the most basic processes to its ability to adapt to the environment around it. My fascination with how the body works & adjusts to our daily activities inspired me to earn a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Exercise & Sport Science from the University of Wyoming and a Master’s of Science Degree in Health & Exercise Science from Colorado State University. I also attained the Clinical Exercise Physiologist certification through the American College of Sports Medicine, which is the gold standard for the health & wellness field.
I love that I am able to pursue my passion of helping people improve their quality of life through physical activity & eating healthier. A major focus of my personal philosophy is to instruct each person with whom I work on safe, effective exercises while also educating on all aspects of wellness so each individual can gain confidence and learn how to take care of their precious body. I have been fortunate to teach at Penn State University’s highly regarded Kinesiology Department, helping students discover how to find fitness for life and the balance it takes to commit to a lifetime of good health & well-being. My own personal journey of struggling with weight control & self-confidence has ignited my passion to share the knowledge & insight that I’ve gained, while continuing to learn all I can about health & the human body.
“Life is like a camera. Just focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives, and if things don’t turn out, take another shot.” -Unknown
Lead Trainer for Allen, Plano
Cindy is an ACE Certified Group Fitness Instructor since 2002 and a Personal Trainer. She is Power Pilates Certified in Beginner and Intermediate Mat, Reformer on the Mat and Props. She has certifications in Yogasteps and Zumba. She is Certified in Les Mills BodyPump and Schwinn Cycling. Most recently she completed her certification in VBarre, a Power Pilates sponsored barre specialty high intensity interval workout. Her continuing education includes Pilates for special populations, Strength Training Past 50, End Neck and Back Pain, Effective Exercises for Scoliosis. She also routinely reads about holistic health, joint health and nutrition. Her focus when training is safety first for her client to prevent injury and to maximize the workout. She is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma in Organizational Communications.
Cindy enjoys teaching dynamic fitness sessions guaranteeing a challenging workout for all while having FUN in the process. When teaching or training, she loves pushing the class and her clients to a place they would never take themselves on their own. (This makes her really happy). She enjoys reading, animals, hiking, traveling, exercise, dance, holistic health, and spending time with her family. Sometimes she sings but that is when no one else is around.
As a mom, wife, entrepreneur, and speaker Alba sets herself to a high standard by pushing herself beyond the norm to become the best trainer, mentor, and friend she can offer to people. Alba Hatcher is a Certified Personal Trainer with the Cooper Institute, a Biomechanics Specialist, an Ortho-Kinetics® Professional Trainer and a Licensed Bodywork Therapist in the state of Texas. With a history of 11 years in martial arts, achieving herself a 3rd Degree Black Belt, and several years as a professional belly dancer with her own choreographies, she has set herself apart in diversity and creative commitment for which she utilizes with her clients every day. Alba feels that everyone was put on this earth with a specific purpose. Her clients have one body and one lifetime, she has made the proper tools available to help not only preserve it but make it the best it can be. There is no better reward than helping people get out of pain and helping them create and achieve goals they never thought possible.
“If you want something bad enough, you’ll do whatever it takes to make it happen.” – Alba Hatcher