Education & Experience
Health and fitness have always been a central part of Mackenzie’s life as an athlete, distant runner, and equestrian rider. She enjoys the personal challenges of exercising and pushing beyond limits to arrive at a new personal best. The passion she has to help others led her to graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, a Master’s in Sports Business, and obtain a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Mackenzie has worked with clients ranging from adolescence to late adulthood, with various complex needs. Mackenzie has trained women through pregnancy, clients with neurological diseases, and beginner runners across a marathon finish line. Clients of hers have experienced a reduction in body fat percentage and chronic pains while increasing strength and confidence.
Combining her knowledge of kinesiology, exercise, and nutrition with personal experiences, Mackenzie provides custom tailored exercise programs to accommodate all levels of fitness, strengthen previous injuries, and motivate clients to achieve their goals. By supporting the daily steps to improve overall health and empowering personal changes in individuals, Mackenzie will help clients excel beyond expectations.
Get to know Mackenzie
Q: If you could only eat one meal every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Q: What is your favorite thing about your career?
A: My favorite thing about my career would be having the opportunity to meet people of all ages, career paths, and stages of life. I get to become friends with people I may not otherwise have met. I also love that I am able to turn people’s days around immediately, having my clients leave a training session with a positive mindset makes my whole day.
Q: Do you have any pets?
A: Yes! I have my dog Rogue, he’s a Doberman Pinscher. He’s my running buddy. I call him my own personal trainer because when I run he forces me to go a lot faster.