Amy Galaszewski, Personal Trainer

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Amy Galaszewski

West Allis, WI US 53214


About Amy Galaszewski: After succeeding in the challenge to embrace a healthy lifestyle while juggling a family and career five years ago I learned the most important part of making it work was that fitness needed to have an element of fun to it in order to stick with it. I decided to switch career paths to help others find the same success in their goal to lead a healthier lifestyle. It's a reward each time a client hits a goal and sets another. Currently I am accepting new clients in the morning and early afternoon Monday through Friday. We also offer small group training at corporate locations if you would like to start a group at your employer. I've been at square one and remember the hardest part was to ask for help. Once you take that step and ask for help, the rest of your steps won't seem as difficult because you'll have a partner supporting you the rest of the way.

ACE Certifications: Personal Trainer

Years Certified with ACE: 2 years

Programs & Rates: Contact me

Years in the Industry: 0-1 years

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


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Personal Trainer Specific Information

Years of Experience: 0-1 years

Preferred Client Type: None

Client Training Locations: Home, Other, Small group corporate training on location provided

Average Clients Weekly: 6-10

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