Just in time for summer, lifelong Wabash County resident Allison Eads, is offering April and May personal and group training specials at her recently opened business, Be Fit With Alli.
Alli is a Northfield High School graduate, who studied Physical Health at Oakland City University and received a bachelor’s degree in marketing. She is a Certified Personal Trainer through ACT, which is NCCA accredited, and she is certified in AED and CPR.
Alli offers personal training sessions one on one or in small groups. She also has a boot camp class, cardio abs class, crossfit, athlete lifting/ conditioning lessons and volleyball lessons. Classes are held in Alli’s shop on the corner of 300 N and 400 E, but she also does traveling sessions where she will go to a person or group.
“It is a perfect location for North Manchester, Wabash, Huntington, Lagro and Urbana residents,” Alli told The Paper of Wabash in an email. “I chose to open my business in Wabash County because I was raised here and found that many people wanted personal training and athlete training around the area without having to travel to a bigger city. I have the space and building to do my training and classes, so I wanted to open it up to the public and help them with their needs,” she said.
Alli says she has always had a passion for personal training and helping others, so making a career of it has been rewarding.
“The process for getting the business started was a slow one, but all worth it. Seeing people’s lives change, lose weight or get a higher vertical makes it all worth me starting a business,” she said. “All throughout high school, I always loved working out, being healthy, creating new workouts. It is such an awesome feeling hearing from my clients ‘thank you for the workout today, I feel amazing’. It reminds me everyday how much my job impacts and helps others’ lives.”
For more information on classes and training, find Be Fit With Alli on Facebook.