I didn’t start running until 2009. That runner’s high that everyone spoke about had me hooked! I began running countless 5k’s that quickly graduated to long distance running, a Warrior Dash and five half marathons. It was amazing how quickly I saw my body’s transformed and the way I felt when I ran. Unfortunately, my body could not keep up with my mind’s enthusiasm for running and the injuries quickly ensued. After a series of injuries and finally, a stress fracture in my right heel, my body needed a rest from the constant pounding on the pavement. The doctor recommended that I try cross training and cycling. I began indoor cycling as a way to get the cardio that my body so badly craved. I enjoyed the new sets of challenges that came with each class and instructor.
My goal is to bring that same energy and enthusiasm that I get from cycling to my classes each week. I’m always looking for a new way to challenge my clients on their bikes. My classes feature a variety of skillsets for athletes of all levels. In addition to instructing indoor cycling, I have also taught RKC kettlebells.