Carol has over 25 years of personal training experience. A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified Nutrition Specialist, and USAT Level 1 Coach, Carol has worked with all populations from general fitness to athletes and youth. She has developed several successful programs such as Winter Cycle Training and Fit Nut. Her past experience includes: certified spinning instructor, a Master Trainer for Resist-a-Ball, and Promise Enterprises, teaching certification courses and providing educational seminars. Currently, Carol’s focus includes triathlon training and women’s health and weight loss. Carol firmly believes in sound healthy nutritional practices. So, get off the crazy diet fad train and learn how to be fit and healthy for a lifetime!
Carol graduated from Broken Arrow High School in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma in 1982. She was a Class 1 gymnast, an All State gymnast, and an equestrian.
Beginning her college career at the University of Oklahoma, she then transferred to the University of Utah to pursue a career in Athletic Training and received her degree cum laude in 1987. She then obtained her Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. While in college, Carol began competing in triathlons, and began her career in group fitness.
After graduating, Carol went to work for a sports orthopedic physical therapy practice in Ventura, California. She was the exercise specialist for their patients, taught back stabilization classes, and served as athletic trainer to the local high schools. While in Ventura, Carol won the Ms. Ventura, and Ms. Pacific Coast bodybuilding championship titles. After moving back to Utah, Carol then pursued competing in the National Aerobics Championship where she won the North West Region in 1996.
Carol’s current endeavor is training for Sprint and Olympic distance triathlons. Carol enjoys hiking, camping, snow skiing, tubing and bowling with her family.