There is absolutely NO doubt that America is in need of a Fitness Revolution! Obesity soars due to inactivity and uncontrolled eating habits and is the main source for many diseases that plague our country. Heart disease, hypertension, high cholesterol, obesity, arthritis, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, pulmonary disease, and diabetes are only a few of the MANY diseases that exercise can help prevent and treat. Don't  miss out on this amazing opportunity to begin an exercise regime that WILL enhance your quality of life for years to come!



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Let me begin by introducing myself! My name is Savannah Rose Emler and I am a graduate of the Sport and Fitness Management Program at Zane State College in Zanesville, Ohio. I am 19 years old and I eat, breath, and sleep fitness. This unquenchable thirst began when I was a slightly pudgy, extremely out of shape, pimple plagued teenager attending her first track and field after school conditioning session. I could barely lap the 1/4 mile track one time at a 4mph pace "warm-up" when I realized how truly difficult that season was going to be for me. BUT, I stuck it out, and it is the real reason I am who I am today.                                                                 

After about 2 weeks of track conditioning, I began to notice a change in my body for the better. I began to slim down, my muscles began to tone, and I was finally able to do 2 laps around the track at 4mph before I passed out... :/ Unfortunately, track never got much easier for me, because I never once believed in myself to win a race, which led me not to try very hard. I more or less attended practice to enjoy the company of my new friends and because I was already so involved in the sport, I couldn't back out mid-season. Nonetheless, I made it through to the end only to discover that I actually sort of enjoyed  it and was sad to see it end.

Somehow, someone was conniving enough to convince me to sign up for cross-country the following fall. I immediately said no, but after some prodding and poking from my coach and other track teammates, I joined. The workouts were much harderimage, but I began to care enough about running to actually try. I by no means became an all star that season either, but I learned a TON about who I was by running long distance: perserverance, mental capacity, and inner strength being the top 3. [Picture on the right is me,(left side of picture)16 years old, at a cross country meet with my best friend.]

Long story short, I didn't sign up for track or cross-country again after those two grueling seasons, because other activities such as National Honor Society, Key Club, church activities, school, and work took their place. However, I never stopped exercising. In fact, I became an exercise, healthy eating nut! This was quite the opposite from my life before! Running had changed me; and not just physically. I learned about who I was and what I was capable of. I gained self-confidance by realizing what my potential was and I knew that set me apart from most people. Running taught me to believe in myself and it helped pave the way to were I am today. I've decided to devote my life to giving back to people who may be in a similar boat as I once was. I know how much fitness has changed my life and I want nothing more than to bless others by that same capacity. You won't find a more passionate trainer, wholly devoted to your needs and desires. It's just not possible.