PERSONAL COACH KIMBA SMITH
Kimba’s graduated from UVU with a degree in Nutrition. She has an uncanny ability to observe you as an individual and apply exactly the right personal nutrition program for you. She is seriously loved by her community of students in Wasatch and Summit Counties.
Kimba brings her game-changing workouts to you personally. She can custom design a fitness training and nutrition program to fit your needs no matter your age, lifestyle or current condition.
When not at working one on one, Kimba is Fitness Coach and Nutrition Director at One Fitness Camp in Park City. She lives with and loves her long time sweetheart Wylder and her 4 awesome children. When she has time she loves to go horseback riding.
Combining movement and strength, your resistance training program means you’ll build muscle and lose weight, while improving your cardiovascular condition and joint stability.
“Outer strength creates inner power.”
TRAINING PLANS – You are unique and your training plan should be too. We all hate being forced into something we do not like. I custom design your personal training plan to fit into your day and what your enjoy doing.
NUTRITION AND MEAL PLANNING – This can be a tough area for most people. They have been given so much advice that they are confused about what is right for them.
You see confusion will blow and get results with a nutritional program that is designed just for you. A personal plan that will fit into your daily life…that is what I do best.
BEHAVIOR COACHING – Most people have gotten trapped in unhealthy behaviors and no matter what they do they fall back into those cycles again and again, until they give up all together.
You want me on your side! I help you break those habits that keep you from being the you that your have always imagined.
“If you have a trainer or coach who is aggressively expressing their opinions on exercise and or nutrition, you might want to ask yourself…are they really informed or just pushing their opinions?”
“Purpose and laughter go hand-in-hand. One without the other creates the feeling of emptiness.” Kimba