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I’m Bridget and I’m a certified fitness and nutrition coach.

I grew up in a suburb in New Jersey, then moved to Philadelphia where I lived for 11 years.

In 2018 I moved to across the world to Thailand, where I currently still live.



I haven’t always been athletic and strong. While I did always enjoy being active, it took me time, patience, commitment, and hard work to get where I am now, and I’m not even done yet! 


As a kid I liked playing outside, running and bike riding but I was by no means “good at sports”. In fact, I felt I was extremely “bad at sports”. I was uncoordinated, often getting hit in the face during volleyball in gym class, or running away and ducking when the ball came near me in soccer or basketball… I wanted to be good at sports, but I thought it just wasn’t for me. 


Until I joined the cross country team my senior year of high school! Finally something that didn’t involve flying balls and throwing! Finally something that I was good at. I also enjoyed the individual aspect of running, it was just me and how much I could push myself.


Fast forward to college, I kept running and bike riding in my free time and finally decided to join a race, an 8k race during the Philadelphia Marathon weekend. In the next few years I completed many more races including the 26.2 mile Philadelphia marathon. 


Following this race, I decided I outran my love for running and never wanted to run a marathon again. I wanted a new fitness goal. 


I had already started going to the gym a few years before, trying out different classes including pilates, yoga, and spinning. I also tried a some strength training, using machines in the gym and learning about weight lifting exercises from YouTube videos. I still really enjoyed my cardio workouts, so I decided to get certified to teach indoor cycling classes.


While teaching cycling classes at one gym, I continued to lift weights and learn from the trainers there. I took small weight room classes to learn even more. I asked the trainers at my gym lots of questions and always asked them to check my form.


The first two years in Thailand I was often traveling but I made it a point to always look for gyms or places to do exercise outside during my travels. I also took a break from strength training and practiced learning muay thai 6 days a week for a few months.


During the covid pandemic I stayed in Koh Samui, Thailand and got back into a very consistent routine training with weights in the gym. This was the time that I grew the most.  After about a year and a half I decided to try my first bodybuilding competition and shortly after completed my certification to work as a personal trainer.


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