Kirsten Phillips is one of our trainers here at LiveFit Bootcamps. Here is a a brief Bio about her!
Where are you from?
Originally from Swedesboro, New Jersey, but was raised for 10 years of my life in Elkton, Maryland. I moved to Florida in 2010 to pursue a career in interior design.
First lifting experience or athletic experience?
I’ve played soccer since I was 4 years old, sports and running have always been a part of my life. It still makes me laugh when I get questioned of how I built my quads, years of soccer is the only answer I have. Before I joined livefit I was running road races up to a half of Marathon at a time.
Something unique about you or life experience?
Aside from training clients and working at Livefit, I am taking classes to become a firefighter.
Year you were certified as a trainer?
Biggest fitness accomplishment?
Sept 2016 I completed my first NPC bikini competition. While it was challenging from start to finish I learned alot about my body and what it was capable of. I was also bless with getting to enjoy the experience with a group of other fantastic livefit family members.
Favorite client success story or accomplishment?
Recently we began a program to help a group of clients better their lives. This group is the extreme lifestyle change. While it is not out of the ordinary that we are here to help people better themselves, this group makes everyday worth wild. The greatest part of all is, they are truly no different than the other clients we deal with on a daily basis. They wanted a change, they just weren’t sure how to get there. Most people see the word bootcamp and think of someone yelling at you to get moving. But we as trainers are here to cheer you on and help you bypass any obstacles that stand in the way of you and you dreams.
Your favorite type of client to work with?
My favorite client to work with is the one that shows up even when they wanted to stay home. Getting to the gym is half the battle.
“Don’t worry about failure, worry about the chance you miss when you don’t try. ”
“It’s hard to beat someone who never quits”