Stacy Fuhr owns and operates Rewards Personal Training in the BX.

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Stacy Fuhr operates Rewards Personal Training in the BX.

Stacy Fuhr says she’s prepared to stand behind those wanting to get in shape and transform their lives.

Fuhr operates Rewards Personal Training in the BX.

“It offers private, small-group fitness training, yoga and reiki sessions,” she said.

“I have created a compact, yet complete fitness studio where you can have a constantly evolving workout suited to your needs. I will show you how to do each exercise and make sure you are doing it effectively and safely.”

Sometimes, especially when beginning to train or starting to push your boundaries, flexibility can be an issue.

“Your workout can be complimented with private reiki sessions or a small group yoga class with instructor Karla Fuhr,” said Stacy Fuhr.

Also part of the team is fitness trainer Anna Kemp, who develops individual programs.

“Anna also offers group classes in the summer, outside and in a variety of facilities,” said Stacy Fuhr.

“Often, students who have individual programs will also do her group classes.  She is also a yoga instructor.”

Fuhr believes there are numerous opportunities for residents to get involved.

“You can start at any fitness level or weight and you will get expertise, privacy, safety and encouragement,” she said.

“You can take as many or as few sessions as you wish, and when you start reaching your goals, you can go to any gym you want.”

Before choosing a trainer, Fuhr insists that you should meet them and also check out their credentials.

“They should be certified personal trainers,” she said.

 

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