Discovering her passion for fitness and nutrition, Aftann focused her studies on health and nutrition at Huron University in South Dakota. She continued to extend her learning to become an ISSA Certified Personal Trainer in 2005 and Nutritionist in 2011.
“It’s better to be the oldest person in the gym than the youngest person in the nursing home.”
My goal since then has been to share my knowledge and experience with people of all ages about the importance of pursuing a healthy lifestyle. I am very committed to providing dynamic, individually designed programs for people of all ages whose skills range from novice to athlete. I believe your diet and workout program should be sustainable, something you can do forever because there isn’t a finish line in fitness when it comes to your health. This is something you have to do for the rest of your life.
A good personal trainer delivers safe, effective, fun, and exciting workouts to all training clients. My training programs are varied, progressive, and geared toward improving your health and wellness.
“Everything in your life reflects a choice you have made. If you want a different result, make a different choice.”
I put effort into healthy eating, physical activity, and stress management. I want to inspire people, and I want someone to look at me and say, “Because of you, I didn’t give up.”
There’s a fundamental law of human nutrition that goes like this: if a food is in your possession or located in your residence, you will eventually eat it. Whether you plan to or not, whether you want to or not, you’ll eventually eat it!
“Your body is an amazing machine! In order to have it properly function, you have to give yourself the right nutrients. Healthy eating isn’t just an important part of weight loss, It is THE most important part.”
Therefore, if you wish to be healthy and lean, you must remove all foods that aren’t part of your healthy eating program and replace them with a variety of better, healthier choice. Get the guidance you need to help increase your grocery store and kitchen comfort levels, as well as develop strategies for efficient meal preparation.