Client Spotlight: Amy Taylor

I initially met Amy in the first gym I worked in as a trainer. I did a free assessment for her and her husband. She later ended up joining Feisty Fox Fitness when I was operating out of the small building on my residential property and has stuck with me as I moved to to the commercial location we are in now. Her husband joins her for some of the team-style training sessions- it’s definitely a joy to watch them exercise together! She is a hardworking mom who has found ways to stay consistent in her workouts and she has reaped the benefits. She has gained so much strength, balance, and coordination over the years I’ve known her, and she is truly a big part of the Feisty Fox Fitness Family!


Here’s a little Q&A to get to know Amy better!

Profession: Business owner, Taylor Tile & Design
How long have you been working with Feisty Fox Fitness? Almost 1.5 years!
How did you first get interested in health & fitness? I’ve had different fitness routines on and off my whole life. This is the longest I’ve stuck with something.
How do you find the time (or what do you think is most important) to be consistent with your training and nutrition? I schedule the workouts at the beginning of every week and put it in my calendar. If it’s in my calendar I can plan around it and I make the time for it.
What is your proudest accomplishment thus far, in terms of health and fitness? Before I started working with Kelley I had really stopped taking care of myself. Stress from opening up a business and raising 4 kids had taken over and it showed. Day 1, I could barely do a push-up. I can do push-ups again and much more! I’m proud to be taking care of myself again.
What is your favorite thing about being a part of the Feisty Fox Fitness family? We are really a family. Kelley and each member of Feisty Fox genuinely cares about the other members. We support each other and are in an environment that builds each other up. We have a lot of fun!
What have you found to be the biggest challenge on your journey so far?  It was hard to make exercise a habit. I had to choose to make it something that I do at least twice a week. Working out helps me cope with stress so it’s an easy choice for me.
What is your best piece of health or fitness advice? It sounds cliché, but stop making excuses and make exercise a part of your life. And drink lots of water!

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