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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.
Beginner Lifter Emilee DeCastillo Clean and Jerks 63 kilo during her Training Session on Monday night Sept 25th, 2017. Emilee is new to the Sport of Weightlifting but she is picking the finer points up quickly. We are excited to see her progress. Keep it up Emilee!
Recap of the past weekend’s competition at the American Open Series 3rd Event in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Grand Rapids is a very nice town and the people were very nice and welcoming. The venue was very large and spacious and suitable for our event. Performance One Weightlifting brought several athletes to this competition and we are very proud of them all. First up, was Tram Tran lifting in the 53 kilo A Session. Tram had suffered a injury in the last month leading into this event and we weren’t sure whether or not she would be able to compete. She pushed through and made a great effort despite not being 100%. She Snatched 61 kilos and Clean and Jerked 75 kilos. She finished with 136 Total and in 9th Place Overall. She is very positive and we know once she is healthy she can make a big push to be in the top 5 of this weight class.
Next up was Jenny Clouse. Jenny had to lift late and night which was out of the norm for her. She made the appropriate adaptations and dealt with her situation. Jenny Snatched 63 kilos which tied her Competition Best and Clean & Jerked 80 kilos for a New Competition Record. She finished with 143 kilo Total which was another Competition Record. Jenny finished in 2nd Place in the Master’s Division of the AO Series 3.
Don’t Stop Wednesday: Half way through the week and no time to stop and think just keep going. Here Lauren Kaye Bennett hit’s a PR in the Snatch Push Press + Overhead Squat with 93 kilos. Lauren is training her butt off for the American Open Finals in Anaheim, California in December.