New Addition to Performance One

Trainer Spotlight

Lindsay Perrizo

BS, Exercise & Wellness, ASU

 

 

 

Hi, my name is Lindsay Perrizo and I have been a trainer since 2012.  I have a Bachelors of Science degree from ASU in Exercise Science.  Initially, I went to school for nursing and followed a career as a certified nursing assistant at a local Banner hospital. However, I felt my true calling was in the health and fitness industry. I wanted to motivate and help people through exercise.

 

I am a mother of two fiery redheads that keep me on my toes. As a mother I know the struggles of juggling family, work, and a healthy lifestyle.   My workouts center around being fun, different, and challenging but at the same time keeping my clients on pace to reach their fitness/sports goals.

 

While on my own fitness journey I experienced many different areas of Health, Sports, and Fitness Training. It is through this self-discovery that I found sports Strength and Conditioning to be by far the best fit for me. Coach Joe Micela’s methodology and experience of training athletes and everyday people is nationally renown and I am grateful for the opportunity to work at Performance One.

 

At Performance One I will be working with our Youth Athlete Program, Speed & Conditioning Camps, Athletic Conditioning Preparation Boot Camp Classes, and offering 1 on 1 Personal Training.  With hard work, sweat and dedication EVERYTHING is possible. I look forward to working with all of you. Please contact me for more details on all of the programs I will be offering at 480-813-5477.

 

 

 

 

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