Raising a teen isn't for the faint of heart. It's like being on a roller coaster that lasts for yeeeeaaars and you're always questioning if you're doing enough, if they're really 'fine' like they say, and if you're going to severely mess them up.
Sometimes you need reinforcement.
I’m an experienced life coach, personal trainer, and fellow parent who knows how to connect with your teen to help them develop and practice success tools that move them away from common anxieties (fitting in, over-thinking, self-conscious behaviors, fears, etc) and into more confidence which leads to action-taking, goal achieving, and amped-up courage!
I incorporate personal training and life coaching for lasting physical and mindset shifts and I'd love to work with your teen this summer.
Let's have a chat to see if we're a good fit. Here's how to schedule it (and your teen is welcome to join in)
Is it fun?
Yes. That’s my middle name :)
Does your program produce lasting positive shifts in attitude and mindset?
Yes. I teach teens (and adults alike) how to move past stuck mindsets that have no business taking up time and energy and replace them with ones that create joy and life!
Is the personal training geared to my teen’s abilities and goals?
Yes. I create sport-specific programming or general wellness programming based on your teen’s needs.
How many sessions is it?
The minimum is four (one hour each). We can determine what's best for your teen.
What’s the investment?
$590 for four sessions and $130 each additional. This includes our time together, assignments and accountability when we're not together, and unlimited texting/email access.
Where and how often do you meet?
Typically one time per week (sometimes bi-monthly) at my studio in North Chattanooga or an agreed upon location in North Chatt.
Do you have examples of your results?
Yes, here's three testimonials:
“My thirteen year old daughter coached with Kelly over the summer to get better at volleyball so she would have confidence when she tried out for the team. She was always excited for her sessions because they were fun, encouraging, and built her skills and confidence.
She made the practice team, not varsity like she wanted, and instead of getting mad or having a bad attitude about it she used the skills Kelly taught her and showed up to practice each day with her head up and ready to work hard. When a varsity player got injured the coach immediately chose my daughter to step into her position because he admired her attitude and work ethic. This made my daughter really proud.
Kelly is great at wrapping a whole lot of training and impactful learning into an hour. She relates to kids, is super enthusiastic and knows how to shift the minds of teens from anxious to awesome.” K. R.