Our Coaches

 

When you start your fitness training program, we will set you up on a path to success. Every woman here cares about feeling good inside and out, and we want you to be happy with yourself, too. Our goal is to eliminate the self-consciousness, fear and uncertainty that comes with making lifestyle changes to help uncover the healthiest version of you possible. That’s what Body Performance is all about.

 
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Lisa Pricher
Age 48

CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER
PRECISION NUTRITION LEVEL 1 COACH
RYT 200 REGISTERED YOGA INSTRUCTOR
SUP YOGA INSTRUCTOR CERTIFIED
CPR/AED CERTIFIED

What is your favorite outdoor activity?
I love being outside! In the summers I teach learn to paddle board and paddle board yoga classes. I also like to hike and cycle. 

What or who inspired you to help to help others with their health and fitness?
I belonged to a gym when I was living in Pittsburgh after grad school. There was a man there every time I went. He was a big man, but over the 2 years I was there, he lost a lot of weight and got in fantastic shape. Each time I saw him, he was doing his best - completing his sets, walking, and sweating. It wasn’t always pretty and it wasn’t easy for him. But it paid off. I loved watching his progress. Funny that I never knew his name, but his commitment was contagious and inspirational.

What do you find most rewarding working with women?
The impact! Women are amazing. The criticism we take from ourselves and others - the media, friends, family, employers - can be crippling. But a woman who has found herself, her why, her power - WOW! That woman not only betters herself but creates a ripple effect. One woman can lift up an entire family or friend group. One woman has the ability to impact so many. By helping women to find their fitness and wellness, we help others to find theirs as well, creating a tribe of positively nurturing women that go out into the world and make it better. 

Offer one piece of advice for someone ready to achieve their fitness and wellness goals.
Don’t wait. When you feel motivated to make changes, don’t stop to think about it. Just go! We often loose our drive because we wait. Maybe it’s not the right time, or we don’t know what to do, or where to start. I say just start. Momentum creates energy.  Put  on your shoes and go. 

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Heidi Stahl
Age 50

CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER
FITNESS NUTRITION SPECIALIST
CPR/AED CERTIFIED

What is your biggest challenge to maintaining a healthy routine and lifestyle? 
My biggest challenge is adding variety to my exercise and lifestyle routine. I like what I like, but know my body and mind could benefit from other forms of exercise. I’ve said I’ll do yoga for 5 years now. 

What is your favorite meal?
Besides lasagna....Bowls, bowls and more bowls. I use any protein left over from dinner and add it to a variety of vegetables. My favorite these days is warmed shaved brussel sprouts and shredded carrots. I splash with soy sauce and add my protein! 

How do you balance work/school/family and your own health and fitness routine?
I’m a list maker. I write down everything I need to do for each day and try to focus on each day as it comes. If I try to focus on an entire week...it overwhelms me. When I make my list, my workout is always on it, an appointment for myself! 

Offer a piece of advice for someone ready to achieve their fitness and wellness goals.
Do what you love...if the exercise... strength or cardio is something you don’t really love, then you won’t stick to it, and lets be honest...if you want results consistency is the key!

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Shelby Friday
Age 22

CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER
NPC BIKINI COMPETITOR

What is your biggest challenge in maintaining a healthy routine and lifestyle?
I work a lot and am very busy so sometimes it’s hard for me to stay motivated to work out and eat healthy! That’s when self discipline comes in to play.

What or who inspired you to help to help others with their health and fitness?
In high school I was diagnosed with thyroid disease. My weight gain and struggle to regulate my body after surgery got me into fitness. I worked with a trainer who changed my life and mindset towards food and working out. Working with her made me realize I wanted to do that for others.


What is your favorite outdoor activity?
My favorite outdoor activity is taking my dog, Marlowe, for a long walk. It’s a great way to get some extra steps in too.

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Makayla Mattox
Age 22

CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER

What or who inspired you to help others with their health and fitness?
Social Media- I used it as a form of accountability, and as others watched me reach my goals they had a lot of questions. I wanted to be qualified to answer them.

What is your favorite meal?
Anything seafood, it tastes even better when you're eating it on the beach.

What do you find most rewarding working with women clients?
I LOVE hearing women becoming more focused strength goals and learning to love what their body is capable of rather than what it looks like.

Offer a piece of advice for someone ready to achieve their fitness and wellness goals.
Focus on one day at a time. Sometimes fitness goals can be overwhelming, they take time and consistency. Don't focus on the road ahead, instead focus on doing all you can today to get your closer to where you want to be tomorrow.