SARAH JANE, Fitness Trainer
"WHAT SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE TODAY WILL SOON BECOME YOUR WARM-UP"
My story, my truth.
here it goes...
I did not always look like an "athlete". In 2013 I weighed 226 pounds. I was extremely unhappy with my outer appearance. I could not grasp how I let my weight get out of control. So I decided to make a commitment to myself to look and feel better by losing weight. I changed my diet and ran everyday, within three months I lost 32 pounds.
My progression plateaued because of my monotonous regimen until I came across CrossFit in Summer 2014. I did it for about 2 weeks and I was sore everyday of that two week period. At the time, I never knew my muscles could get sore or what it meant to experience muscle fatigue. Though I was becoming accustomed to a different approach to working out I gave it up. I picked it back up in 2015 and stuck with it. I ended up losing about 60 pounds. I enjoyed my new look and workout challenge, I got better at CrossFit and started competing. I enjoyed the team aspect of the sport. I was competing against myself with a room full of people that were doing the same. I would finish workouts fast and instead of going home I stayed and encouraged the other athletes to finish the tough workout. Coaching and encouraging my peers came naturally and I felt good doing it. I noticed that coaching and encouraging others to do their best was my calling.
After much prayer, God revealed to me my purpose in life. It is to love and encourage others the same way I did for myself and still continue to do. I decided to start my own fitness training business in December 2016, Sprint. Squat. Slay. , my very own mantra for fitness and everyday life. Women get mixed ideas of what weight training is and my goal is to educate, empower, and inspire women of all ages, colors, and sizes to get out of their comfort zone and push past physical limits in order to reach their goals. I am adamant about expressing and prompting mental, spiritual, and physical health in order to become a better version of myself. For me fitness is more than just working out to look and feel good, its about maintaining a consistent and healthy lifestyle. Sprint. Squat. Slay. evolved in to Sarah Jane Fitness. Sarah Jane Fitness represents the numerous ways a person can achieve strength just by moving. I recognize how tough a fitness journey can be which is why I find it extremely important to educate my clients about developing a balanced nutritional regimen in order to maintain a balanced lifestyle.
"Not only that, but we rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope. "
Choose your Training style
Regardless of your preference I aim to help you become a healthier and happier you. My goal is to help you develop a plan and routine that will help you achieve your short and long term goals. I train with a focus on functional fitness for better strength, endurance, agility and weight loss.