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By Monika Zsofka, CPT
"I first became interested in fitness when I watched my younger brother go from a scrawny, little 14 year old to a strong, athletic power-lifter right beneath my eyes in less than 2 years' time. I was so intrigued and motivated that I joined his gym and quickly fell in love with the community.
The first time someone came up to me and told me that I inspired them. I knew I wanted to help others achieve their goals so that someone could give them the same compliment.
"Be strong, you never know who you are inspiring!"
After a proper assessment of a new client and their goals, I design a program that is both challenging and fun! My job is to formulate a program based on you and your goals, because after all, everybody is different and every body is different.
I am a huge advocate for resistance training and I am very big on strengthening and obtaining core strength. My specialty would be fat-loss orientated goals and strength and conditioning coaching. Most importantly, I like to provide my client with a good understanding and knowledge of every exercise!
The best project you'll ever work on is you. There are no shortcuts or magic pills, just hard work and consistency. Once you make the decision to work hard and be consistent, all you need is motivation and support. And that's what I am here for!"
Monika covers all cities and towns up to 45 minutes from Derry, NH including but not limited to: Londonderry NH, Amherst NH, Hampstead NH, Manchester NH, and surrounding areas.
For a Price Quote to work with Monika, please fill out the form below!
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