Lauren’s romance with sports and fitness began during long summers in Alaska where she explored the outdoors with her family—mountain biking, road biking, swimming, camping, whitewater rafting, and hiking, hiking hiking. Soon, she added competitive downhill skiing, basketball, volleyball, soccer and trail and track running to her repertoire. At Colorado State University, Lauren earned a degree in Health and Exercise Science. She’s pushed her limits with endurance running events and triathlons and has dabbled in mountaineering and rock climbing. As a fitness trainer, Lauren aims to be 100-percent present—listening closely then formulating detailed programs tailored to her clients. She first brings people to a steady state then steps ups the intensity. Balance training is the kingpin in Lauren’s programs: “It sculpts muscles as it helps change posture, asking the body to adjust and make new neurological connections. You hit a lot of things with a simple tool when you’re doing a chest press on a fit ball or balancing on a BOSU trainer.” Lauren emphasizes functional lifestyle training, showing people exercises to help with things as everyday as carrying groceries or playing with grandkids. With her pilot husband Lauren started pilotfitness.com for professionals who want to progress toward their fitness goals when they’re on the road.
- Be consistent.
- Posture, such as upper cross syndrome, and training runners.
- To create whole-body fitness programs to resonate with individual needs, personalities and potentials.
“Lauren’s not an in-your-face trainer, but she’s helped me transform my body and made working out fun again. She has so much knowledge and creates amazing workouts that work every muscle. I always wonder at the end of a session how she’s going to top it next time, but she does.”
— Jackie G., Corte Madera