15 Plains Road West Burlington, ON L7T 1E8
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Megg Markettos

 

Megg photoAfter having four children Megg decided to make her health a priority.  She lost 40+ pounds by starting with resistance training.  She was so successful training herself that others started asking her for help.  So, she decided to make her passion her career.  Shortly after completing her Personal Training Certification she also became an Aquafit Instructor, Spin Instructor as well as strength classes like Core and Bootcamps.

 

Megg has successfully coupled her B.A. in Behavioural Science with her Personal Training certification to address health and wellness in a holistic way.  Her understanding of the behavioural challenges and changes that are necessary to undergo physical transformation allow Megg to coach her clients in a way that incorporates the mind and body together to achieve goals that one would have once thought were unattainable.

 

Hypertrophy (muscle building) has been Megg’s personal focus, however she has extensive experience working with aging populations, youth and athletes looking to cross train for competition (running, biking, etc.).  Her goal is to inspire and help others find the passion she has for living a healthy lifestyle.

 

Other than spending quality time with her four girls, Megg loves to lift, cook, hike, paddle board and loves a fun day on the beach or by the pool!

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