This edition of the Feisty Fox Fitness Client Spotlight is on Natalie Kreeger! Today is her birthday!! This awesomely intelligent and cheerful woman came to me through Groupon and quickly began doing personal then group training sessions. She came in with experience in physical activity and nutrition, but by fine tuning her habits and building up her strength, she is continually accomplishing goals and loving her active life! She can now do full chin-ups! Check it in that pic! 👏💪
How long have you been training with Feisty Fox Fitness?
I’ve been training at FFF since just after Christmas 2015.
How did you first get interested in fitness?
I started a fitness journey 15 years ago to combat all the extra weight i gained in college!
How do you find the time to be consistent with your training and nutrition?
I make fitness and nutrition a priority. I meal prep a lot on the weekend. I make exercise a part of my schedule. It keeps me on track and sane!
What is your proudest accomplishment thus far, in terms of health and fitness?
I am most proud of the fact that every time I go to the doctor and they listen to my heart rate, they ask if I’m an athlete. I find it amazing considering I was a lazy slug of a couch potato most of my life, completely out of shape!
What is your favorite thing about being a part of the Feisty Fox Fitness family?
I love the friends I’ve made at Feisty Fox. Kelley is the best. She’s encouraging, helpful, outgoing and funny. The ladies in my fitness class are a lot of fun too. We encourage one another and try to out-do each other on weights. It makes for a very fun time!
Least favorite exercise – burpees, especially burpee donkey kicks!
Favorite exercise – anything that highlights just how much strength I’ve gained
Fitness advice: Diets don’t work in the long term. Losing weight is easy, keeping it off is even harder. I’ve made lifestyle changes over the years. I eat a much more balanced diet, rest as needed and drink tons of water. All of these things in small increments make a big difference in the long term. And the same goes for exercise – 10,000 steps per day is not that hard to do and it means a missed workout isn’t such a big deal!