Meryl Charette, CSCS, USAW1, Pn1
Meryl has participated in sports, athletics, fitness, and recreation for as long she can remember. Meryl first developed a real interest in Sports Medicine and how the body worked during a class she took her senior year in high school. From there she went to Drexel University and pursued a degree in Sport Management where she played and helped coach Collegiate Club Volleyball and furthered her interest with extra classes and an internship with the Sports Medicine Department. After college, Meryl worked for a professional sports team in the Live Events Department for a few years.
Although the job was a great experience in many ways, Meryl realized that she had little time for herself and her health had deteriorated because of this. When she left the position she dove whole-heartedly into a new healthy lifestyle. Meryl began doing a lot of lifting, high interval training, and paying closer attention to nutrition. She has not looked back.
Much of her day is spent in a gym or exercise setting either coaching/training others or focusing on her own training. She has experience working with all kinds of people with varying experience levels and varying goals. She has a passion for helping others be the best they can be and helping people reach their goals. Meryl wants exercise to be something that you look forward to and wants you to leave feeling happy, excited, and wanting to come back for more. Her programming will be varied with a focus on strength and proper form. Workouts should be fun but challenging.
Meryl also likes to focus on the nutrition aspect of your healthy life style. She personally believes that a balanced way of eating is the key to feeling great, performing well, and looking good. Nutrition is a major piece of healthy lifestyle puzzle along with fitness, exercise, and training.
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BS, Sports Management, Drexel University
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
USA Weightlifting (USAW), Level 1
Precision Nutrition (PN), Level 1