In training for the Hawaii Triathlon this winter, I frequented several indoor pools that I hadn't even known existed! All locker rooms were different, yet, there was on common denominator: me!
I remember going to locker rooms when I was on the swim team in Middle School and how carefully I hid my body with my towel. Nowadays, things happen, and I've learned that I really am just a human being with a body, and I so I cultivate a good attitude about that simple fact.
One one training swim, I forgot my towel, and the pool did not provide. My friend and fellow future triathlete, Loren brought me an apron from her restaurant.
The rest is history!
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Certified Personal Trainer & Corrective Exercise Specialist by the National Academy of Sports Medicine
Elizabeth received her Bachelor’s degree from Middlebury College with a major in psychology and a minor in education. Having studied psychology and education, in addition to kinetics and physiology, Elizabeth places a strong emphasis on life-style coordination when training clients and teaching proper form and technique