My name is Holly Schadt, my first and most important job is mommy to two amazing kids and proud wife to my hard working hubby.
Fitness has always been a part of my life, from high school athletics to spending the majority of my life as a personal trainer and fitness instructor. I have an Associate of Arts degree in Physical Education and Athletic Training, and have held several other training certifications. I’ve always worked out and found time for fitness, it’s my therapy, it makes me happy, my husband might suggest it makes me nicer. When I found myself in a rut; doing the basic 30 minutes of cardio and the standard 4 sets of 12-15 reps, leg day, back and chest, shoulders and arms day… I knew I needed a change and a challenge! I scheduled an intro session to see what this CrossFit thing was all about! I remember my first WOD, surrounded by super fit athletes who breezed right through, I was the last one done. Struggling to finish, they cheered and clapped for me! I was a little embarrassed, humbled yet inspired…WOW! I’d found that challenge I was looking for, the workout that would push me as an athlete, the sport that would at times leave me frustrated, but determined to master that new skill, every day is a new challenge!
We’re all on a different fitness journey with different goals; weight loss, increased strength, looking good naked, playing with our kids or grandkids without getting tired, whatever it might be…we can help you! CrossFit may not be for everybody, but everybody can do CrossFit! Functional fitness that transfers to your everyday life, surrounded by an amazingly supportive community that will cheer you on and celebrate your successes…what’s not to like…it’s pretty amazing! I am excited to use my past personal training experience and my CF-L1 to motivate and help our CrossFit community be their best! I absolutely LOVE when the light goes off in someone’s eyes when they connect a movement or the smile on their face when they realize their strength or the look of determination when I cheer them on, to push through those last few reps!
– 30 Minutes Personal Training
– 60 minutes Personal Training