Margo Murphy-Gross

I definitely wasn’t a very active kid. I thought of myself as someone who wasn’t athletic. A few years ago I had a change in career that made me reevaluate my priorities. One of those changes was joining a gym. Now I am studying to become a trainer, I’m excited to be able to help more people discover that there is movement for everyone.

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