Nicole Kearney, Personal Trainer

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Nicole Kearney

Brick, NJ US 08724-7041
http://www.nikkikearney.com


About Nicole Kearney: Hi, I'm Nikki and I specialize in in-home personal training to get you fit fast in the comfort and privacy of your own home! Based on our initial meeting, I will design a program for you to help you reach all of your fitness goals, then guide you every step of the way to reaching them! I can't wait to help you get in the best shape of your life and feel good FOR LIFE!! I've been involved in the fitness industry for over 10 years now and have always loved coaching people into developing a love for health and fitness. I've been in a variety of exercise videos and have worked with amazing dieticians to create online meal plans for inclusion in home exercise DVD packages. And now I'm out on my own, and ready to teach you everything I've learned along the way! Let's get started today!

ACE Certifications: Personal Trainer

Years Certified with ACE: 2 years

Programs & Rates: Private Personal Training Sessions: $80.00

Years in the Industry: 2-5 years

Specialties: Contact me for more information about my specialties and areas of interest.


Background

Personal Trainer Specific Information

Years of Experience: 2-5 years

Preferred Client Type: Healthy Adult, Overweight, Underweight, Youth

Client Training Locations: Home

Average Clients Weekly: 0-5

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