Personal trainer gives more attention

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B y moving her business from home to a new location, personal trainer Clarisa Galindo says she is able to help more people get fit.

Galindo, who opened Galindo’s 1 on 1 Fitness at 1930 Howard Road., Suite C in April, went from three customers to 20 during the summer and now has 15. But the demand is even higher, so she’s looking for a part-time female trainer.

“The demand forced me to open a place to train,” Galindo said. “I was training at home and not many people wanted to come to my home.”

Galindo has been a personal trainer for six years and has been self-employed the last three. She started going to the gym after seeing a photo in Oxygen Magazine of a woman she wanted to look like...

 

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