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ACE Profiles |  Lisa Coors

Lisa Coors

ACE Medical Exercise Specialist, Health Coach

CINCINNATI, OH

Lisa Coors merged her education in business with her passion for fitness when she founded Cincinnati-based Coors Core Fitness in November 2006. Although Lisa and her staff work with clients of all types, she has a special heart and expertise for those living with Parkinson’s disease. She strives to make her facility the “antithesis of the usual intimidating fitness center” by providing personalized attention with the client’s goals as the focus for progression-style exercise. Lisa also serves as founder and president of the nonprofit Women’s Fitness Association, a community for women working within the fitness industry. Lisa holds a master’s degree of business administration and a bachelor’s degree in chemical science/pre-med from Xavier University. 

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