Sophie joins the the Worcester Fitness Personal Training team in the fall of 2023. She is native of Ridgefield, Connecticut, and graduate from Ridgefield High School. Swimming has been a part of Sophie’s life from a young age. She started on a club swim team at the age of eight and continued competing through high school. Swimming for the local club team, The Wilton Wahoos, she developed into a competent, all around swimmer but she succeeded mostly at swimming butterfly events. She continued her swimming career at Keene State College where she swam all four years and was elected swim team captain. She was awarded Swimmer of the Year and the Women’s High Point Award at several of her championship swim meets. She graduated from college in 2020 with a degree in exercise science.After graduation, Sophie took a job as a paraprofessional working with children who had autism and other disabilities. She found this role extremely rewarding.The experience added a great deal to her skill set. Sophie has always had a passion for working with people of all ages and making a difference in their lives whether that be big or small. Sophie just recently moved to Worcester Mass. to start her graduate program at MCPHS in occupational therapy.
Winter in Worcester doesn’t have to be a barrier to your fitness goals. In fact, it can be a catalyst for discovering new passions and pushing your boundaries. Worcester Fitness is here to help you navigate this season with a variety of workout options, expert advice, and a supportive community.
For those of you on a quest for a healthier, fitter lifestyle, finding a personal trainer in Worcester can make all the difference in achieving your goals. But not just any trainer. You’ll want a trainer who is in tune with your needs, understands your limitations, and pushes you to your potential. This is where Worcester Fitness shines.
If you’re looking to up your exercise routine, read on to find out unique exercises that you can do at Worcester Fitness to keep things fresh!
The Worcester Fitness Flyers organized a swim-a-thon challenge in October 2022 at the YWCA facility, their current practice location. The goal was to raise funds for purchasing starting blocks for the YWCA pool. The challenge attracted 16 swimmers aged 7-15, who solicited donations to reach their goal. They successfully raised enough money for one starting block, with additional funds contributed by Worcester Fitness. In total, five starting blocks were purchased, and Worcester Fitness covered the installation costs with a generous contribution of $20,000.
Learn how low impact exercise can help you stay fit and healthy. Discover the best beginner exercises, tips for success, and more with this easy-to-follow guide from Worcester Fitness.
Hey there, fitness enthusiasts! Let’s talk about the secret sauce to unlocking incredible results – incorporating a mix of movements into your workout routine!
Discover why team sports provide so many great advantages for children, from enhanced physical fitness to improved social skills. Get your kids active and see the benefits firsthand!
Yoga is awesome for relieving stress! It combines physical postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and mindfulness practices. Here are some ways yoga kicks stress to the curb.
Abdominal training, also known as core training, refers to exercises that specifically target the muscles in the abdominal region. While many people associate abdominal training with aesthetic goals like getting a flat stomach or six-pack abs, there are several other benefits to incorporating abdominal exercises into your fitness routine. Here are some of the key advantages.
We are donating all proceeds to Worcester’s Planting the Seed Foundation in support of their mission to help needy families in and around Worcester County. Planting the Seed provides financial and material resources to several major non-profit agencies in our area.