I’d sum myself up as a mover, motivator, and dog lover who loves the outdoors and a great cup of coffee. My career in the fitness industry began my freshman year in college as a ZUMBA teacher and division 1 competitive swimmer. I loved teaching classes so much that I became a personal trainer at the college rec center. I originally thought I wanted to work with athletes until I saw how much of a positive impact I was able to have on teaching classes and personal training faculty and students. Since 2011 I have had the pleasure of leading and programming group fitness. I also educate managers and instructors through writing, presenting, and my YouTube channel.
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Staci's Professional Certifications
Here's a short video of how to incorporate the legs and inner thighs into your next Pilates hundred!
Here's a short video of how to utilize a small inflatable ball to enhance the classic Pilates series of 5 routine!
Join Master Instructor Staci Alden as she targets lower body instability with heavy-resistance rotator discs!
Join Master Instructor Staci Alden as she utilizes hand weights to target shoulder stability and mobility!
Cardio Kickboxing is a high-intensity class! It can be hard to come up with safe ways to take participants from that high heart rate, to safely transition to isolated core work on the floor. This video helps you take the considerations of that high heart rate, while also moving into core work quickly and effectively.
I'm sure most of us notice participants beginning to pack their things up early to head out during the cool down. Watch this video for a nice formula and a few exercises to keep participants moving and benefitting from your class all the way to the end.