MASTER PERSONAL TRAINER
Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.
Bridget holds a bachelor’s degree in Fitness Management from the University of Delaware. She is an ACE certified personal trainer with over 20 years experience in the fitness industry. In addition to her ACE PT certification, she has taken the Crossfit level I certification course and holds numerous group exercise certifications. Currently working towards an advanced orthopedic exercise specialist certification, Bridget believes in constantly learning and growing in order to best meet the needs of all of her clients.
Bridget’s personal fitness journey has included triathlon, half marathon, and obstacle course race training, competitive rowing, and professional level bodybuilding. She has also experienced firsthand the challenges that go along with overcoming injury and trying to fit fitness around a family, job, and life. It is through her personal experience that she has developed her training philosophy: fitness and better health are a choice that you have to make for yourself again and again, every moment of every day. It may not be easy – but you can make it fun, and you CAN be successful!
Bridget has worked with clients of all ages and fitness levels and emphasizes the importance of overall health and wellness while working towards individual goals. She has helped figure competitors get on stage, has helped off-season athletes get stronger and faster, and has helped countless clients with weight loss, learning to lift, or just improving balance and stability for their day-to-day tasks. Whether you are just starting out, trying to start over or working towards the next big goal, Bridget is ready to help and will push you to succeed!
B.S. Fitness Management
ACE Personal Training
ACE Orthopedic Exercise Specialist
FMS Level 1
Les Mills certified in 5 Group Exercise Formats
Strength training for women
Balance and mobility for all ages
Lifting for competition (bodybuilding, powerlifting, CrossFit)
Circuit training for weight loss
I was on the fence about going to class tonight and I'm so glad I did. Bridget's enthusiasm at tonight's "happy hour Body Pump" class was above and beyond motivating. What a great way to start the weekend.
— Frank S.
Prioritizing Your Posterior Chain
Stepping on a crack won’t break your back, but many of your other daily activities can hurt you. Reverse the damage of poor posture, driving, and more with these exercises that prioritize the posterior chain.