Gina works with Dani on regaining core strength after a neck injury that Dani sustained in a car accident.
She had a vision in 2003 that people at home could enjoy the services of a personal trainer without having to join a gym. Gina Paulhus had a vision that effective exercise at home based on sound principles could make it easier for a busy person with lots of interests and too little time fit exercise into his or her life. Gina has 21 years of experience in the industry, signing on with the Tri-Towne YMCA at the ripe age of 15 as a fitness instructor. She has trained hundreds of clients at the YMCA, Bally's Total Fitness and Latitude Sports Clubs.
Gina wasn't sure if she would continue in her passion, which was fitness, or move on to attend Graduate School for Clinical Psychology full time. In late 2003 one of Gina's clients made such an astounding turnaround in her life that Gina was convinced that fitness was her true calling. With a start-up budget of a whopping $600 and still in school, Gina purchased some office supplies, equipment, business cards, and obtained the necessary licenses to open up her in-home personal training idea for a real life business. While many of her college friends were signing on the dotted line for corporate paychecks, Gina had no idea where her first in-home client would come from.
Fast-forward to one year later, and Gina is publishing the book, Mind Over Fatter, a 325-page manifesto about the physical AND mental aspects of diet and training (thank goodness that psychology degree came in handy!). Fast-forward to 2020, and Gina published an additional book, Change Your Weighs. She continues to train clients as well as manage her fleet of Home Bodies trainers. She personally has helped hundreds of individuals lose weight, gain body tone, and have more energy than they have had in years. Her website receives tens of thousands of visitors every month. Her e-zine is read by people all over the world who are looking to lose bodyfat, tone up, and improve their health via a home workout.