Tiffany is a certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor; in addition she also holds a current CPR & First Aid certification. She is certified through N.E.S.T.A. as well as AFAA fitness associations and American Red Cross. In Tiffany’s spare time she enjoys short and long distance running. This dedicated wife and mother, believes that through daily physical fitness (running, aerobics, weight training etc…) men and women can achieve and maintain their health.

Tiffany’s passion for exercise has grown over the past years; after giving birth to her children she realized the absolute value in proper nutrition, exercise and weight training on a daily basis. Results driven; one of Tiffany’s greatest joys is helping her clients to realize their true potential and to show them that they can really “Do it!” She is affectionately known as a hard but patient trainer; her “can do” attitude provides motivation to keep her clients positive and focused.



  • It is the tool that we use to shape and tone our bodies. Science says that if we give a muscle specific stress or load, it will adapt to that specific stress or load.
  • It burns calories – this goes right along with your nutrition plan and the food you eat. Exercise and nutrition are linked, your body uses food for fuel and once that is gone it moves on to fat. We like to burn fat!
  • Increases levels of serotonin (the feel-good, happy hormone) in your body.
  • Helps control stress levels.
  • Consider your fitness goals.
  • Create a balanced routine
  • Go at your own pace
  • Build activity into your daily routine
  • Plan to include different activities
  • Allow time for recovery
Tx3 will go over each individual’s schedule and figure out where their new healthy lifestyle will fit in. For most people, all we need is a minimum of five hours per week.

There are 168 hours in a week and your body deserves at least 5 of those to become a healthier and stronger you.

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