Top Female US Personal Trainers

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Elizabeth Kovar

29, mind-body movement specialist, ACE and BOSU master trainer, Seattle, WA Fitness philosophy: Movement is essential for vitality and well-being. Everything on this planet moves, even at the molecular level, thus my “Welcome to the Judgment-Free Zone” philosophy welcomes everybody to explore movement and discover their passions no matter their age, fitness level, gender, or disability. Best race time: 24-minute ...

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Brooke Taylor

33, personal trainer, Pilates instructor, Astoria, NY Fitness philosophy: Fitness is a way of life. It never gets easier; you just get better at it. You have to look at each workout as a way to better yourself. If you don’t make the time for it now, you will have to make time for illness later. Biggest gym pet peeve: ...

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Chelsea Hill

30, barre instructor, Calabasas, CA Fitness philosophy: Fitness is not only about looking good, but it’s about conquering your fears, your weaknesses, and what keeps you from feeling your best every day. I truly believe most of us do not know how amazing the human body is designed to feel. However, with a good combination of healthy eating and a ...

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Victoria Garcia Drago

35, yoga and zumba instructor, Boston, MA Fitness philosophy: Mind and body as one unit. Fitness is a life-long commitment that takes discipline, perseverance, and determination. You can achieve what you want if you truly believe in yourself, keep at it, and don’t let the mind get in the way. Biggest gym pet peeve: People who are working out at ...

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Roxie Zendejas

31, personal trainer, Irvine, CA Fitness philosophy: “If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go.” —Bruce Lee Pull-ups before exhaustion: 25 Best race time: 55-minute 10K Hidden talent: ...

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Jenny Luis

30, personal trainer, Kendall Park, NJ Fitness philosophy: Helping turn my clients’ lifestyles into the lifestyles that they choose for themselves. I don’t necessarily train for the “hot body” but for the safer and smarter-working body that’s more functional for everyday living. Best race time: 2:15 Tough Mudder Biggest gym pet peeve: Members not being aware of other members working ...

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Kristin Gilbert

40, core fusion barre instructor, Atlanta, GA Fitness philosophy: Quality of quantity. It’s important to have good core strength and also build a mind/body connection as well as be in tune with your breathing and movements. Work with your wisdom and not your ego. Hidden talent: Fashion-show producing and singing in the car Most overhyped fitness craze: People will be ...

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Janelle Naruo

30, Pilates instructor, San Francisco, CA Fitness philosophy: Never give up! Pushups before exhaustion: 50 Biggest gym pet peeve: Leaving sweat on the bench or machines Hidden talent: I like to make all-natural lotion bars. Most overhyped fitness craze: Barre. Just take a beginner ballet class. Working out with your guy: It’s a fun way to motivate each other to ...

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Verena Koefler

40, personal trainer, group workout instructor, Miami, FL Fitness philosophy: Exercise is a lifestyle, not an event. Being an active person isn’t about taking class three times a week at the gym, it’s about things like biking to the grocery store, walking instead of taking a cab, catching up with friends on a hiking trail instead of a bar stool, ...

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Jamie Crowe

35, kettlebell instructor, fitness coach, Lebanon, NH Fitness philosophy: Fitness is a long-term journey—a journey of strength, flexibility, endurance, recovery, and happiness that changes as you set new goals and age. Balance is very important to me and to my clients. I love making women feel good inside and out. Hidden talent: Baton twirling Favorite post-workout snack: Protein shake with ...

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