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CoachSara

California 59102
Coach Sara has been a personal trainer since 2004. She has trained prenatal and postpartum clients in gyms and homes all over New York City, and she started the infamous Boot-y Camp in Brooklyn's Prospect Park where the workouts were tough and the motto was "Get your booty in shape!" Many of her students and clients complained over the years about their poochy post-baby bellies, so she became a licensed Tupler Technique® professional to help them labor more wisely, lose their... Full Bio
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Coach Sara has been a personal trainer since 2004.
She has trained prenatal and postpartum clients in gyms and homes all over New York City, and she started the infamous Boot-y Camp in Brooklyn's Prospect Park where the workouts were tough and the motto was "Get your booty in shape!" Many of her students and clients complained over the years about their poochy post-baby bellies, so she became a licensed Tupler Technique® professional to help them labor more wisely, lose their mummy tummies and reduce back pain. Teaching fitness classes 6 days a week for 6 years did have one negative effect for Sara: an exercise induced diastasis. She has had great success healing her own diastasis with Tupler Technique®. She went from 3 finger widths at the belly button down to 1 in just six weeks and lost an inch off her waist.

Coach Sara's fitness clients benefit from her boxing and kickboxing experience as well as her extensive work with new moms. She studied kickboxing in Thailand, pioneered the Sunday Women's Boxing class at the world famous Gleason's Gym, and competed out of Gleason's in the Metro Golden Gloves. Sara recently moved back home to Montana with her fiancé, two grouchy cats and two cheerful labs. She serves the Billings, Bozeman and surrounding areas. From Coach Sara: "With Tupler Technique®, I help people to build strength deep in their center and learn to use their body properly in the work of everything they do. I believe that getting fit helps people enjoy life. That's what it's all about: feeling good in your body as you mature. I try to gently move people away from negative self talk and wanting smaller thighs toward more balanced goals that will keep them healthy over the long haul. Move your body every day and eat smart because you'll feel better, sleep better, and be able to meet your grandkids and touch your toes when you're 90. Those are valuable goals. Forget about looking like a supermodel and focus on feeling fantastic."