Tracy Stolle, ACE, CPT
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Tracy Stolle’s experience in fitness started when she was very young. She started running races at the age of six and has had a passion for fitness ever since. She followed her passion and has been in the fitness industry since 2007. In addition to being a personal trainer, Tracy has managed gyms, specialized in group classes, conducted fitness and nutrition seminars, created news segments, delivered motivational speeches, as well as helped build gym’s from the ground up.
Tracy has competed in various fitness competitions, half marathons and marathons. She believes that it is never too late to start a healthy lifestyle but strongly encourages it to be a long-term lifestyle change.
Tracy’s heart has always been set on seeing people succeed no matter what they do especially through health and fitness. She customizes her training for each client so that he or she will be successful in reaching their fitness goals.
In addition to personal training, Tracy enjoys the customer relations and marketing aspects of her career. She feels the need to spread the knowledge and true meaning behind health and wellness as well as inspiring others.
“If I can make someone’s day better in any way, I have done my job,” says Tracy.
Tracy is certified through American Council on Exercise and has a degree in Exercise Science and Kinesiology from Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Meyers, Fla. and she also attended the Heritage Institute specializing in Personal Training.
Tracy stays current with fitness information and constantly expands her knowledge in the fitness industry. Her experience helps her quickly develop a health and fitness regimen after learning a person’s fitness goals and health history.
“I believe your body is a work in progress,“ says Tracy. “It’s amazing to see and feel what our bodies can do with just a few changes.”
“You should never stop setting goals for yourself. Just when you think you’ve maxed out and advanced as much as you can, we raise the bar -- there are no limits in fitness,” she adds.