Rachel has more than 20 years of real life experience in various health clubs and gyms. She earned a master’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Massachusetts and certifications in Personal Training and Group Fitness by the American Council on Exercise.
Training busy professionals and active retirees, Rachel offers motivation, instruction and support to help her clients make the most of their exercise time. Rachel also works with older adults looking to maintain functional movement and balance for everyday quality of life. In 2011 Rachel was awarded the New York State Assembly Certificate of Merit in recognition of her “commitment to improving the lives and health of seniors through dynamic fitness education.”
My own fitness journey began in high school. Since then I’ve explored many fitness topics from a variety of different perspectives. Throughout my career one constant has been the power of the fitness myth. People run into these obstacles all the time when they try to get in shape. Popular fitness myths are a major source of misinformation and a major obstacle to results.
Your fitness depends on the choices you make every day – from your annual resolutions to how you spend your precious exercise time. It is my objective to help you get the right information and use it to improve your fitness and your life.