Victoria got into the field of personal training during her third year in the Kinesiology program at Dalhousie University and hasn’t looked back. She has always been an athlete and was a member of the Acadia Soccer team (06′-07′), that has instilled in her a passion for health and fitness (and competition).
Victoria is certified as a personal trainer through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) and continues to attend conferences and take courses whenever she can. The fitness industry is constantly changing; at PUSH we do our best to stay up on the current literature. Victoria has worked alongside physiotherapists at South End Physiotherapy, to help patients get their strength back after injury.
Since completing her Kine degree, Victoria has obtained her Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification that allows her to bridge the gap between diet and exercise. She works with clients to help them make lifestyle changes that have big rewards and is constantly checking in. This is a long-term relationship. Victoria is passionate about food and what affect it has on the body, but she also loves to eat so don’t hesitate to approach her for a conversation or recipe ideas. If you haven’t tasted those cookie dough bites (super healthy), get the recipe from her!