Fitness Connection add new trainer | Business

Fitness Connection add new trainer | Business

The Fitness Connection adds another certified personal fitness trainer to its roster.

Emily Faircloth, who is from southern Georgia, was certified by IISA in personal fitness training. She is a graduate of the University of North Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology/health and fitness.

Faircloth was raised horseback riding, camping and hiking, all which dovetailed with her natural enthusiasm with the outdoors.

Her love of nature led her to a rafting position on the Tuckasegee river during the summer of 2017. That experience fueled her three-month move to Durango, Colorado, to work as a rafting guide in the summer of 2019.

She was also a personal trainer for her fellow college students, which helped her fall in love with fitness.

Faircloth’s knowledge base and passion for exercise make her a vibrant trainer eager to assist others in reaching their fitness goals safely while adding an extra measure of fun, said Fitness Connection owner Kim May.

Fitness Connection is a COVID-19-compliant fitness studio with separate training stations, May said. Only one client with one trainer per area is allowed, meaning a client has zero contact with others while safely working out.

“We always take temperatures upon arrival and sanitize thoroughly before and after each training session,” May said.

Faircloth will provide a free health and fitness assessment — a $150 value, May said.

Visit the website for more information on all our trainers and the facility.

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