Camille's Fitness Inc.

Pittsburgh, PA

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About this pro

How does your service stand out?

My main focus no matter what your fitness goal is, is to focus on the core. Without a strong core training for your goal can get useless. You will be prone to injury and wont burn as much calories. Form will also be off therefore slowing your progress down.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

I love my job, because I love it when clients e tto their goals. I use to be obese and unfit and I know how lousy I felt. Now that I am in shape I feel great and my confidence is up.


Pittsburgh, PA 15237


3 Reviews
  • Andrew B. May 31, 2011
    I have only been training with Camille for a few months, but I already see a big difference in my body and am definitely getting stronger. While the work-outs are not easy, I appreciate how my body is responding.
  • Jake W. May 31, 2011
    Great trainer with a real passion for the client reaching their potential. Very knowledgeable and committed to working with you and reaching your desired goal. I would highly recommend Camille to anyone wanting to change their life for good!
  • Gregg W. May 23, 2011
    Camille is bright and an exceptional teacher and trainer. Constantly monitoring your progress and innovating such that sessions remain new.


How did you get started doing this type of work?
I decided to become a fitness trainer because it was my life. I use to be 280lbs when I was 16, and I am glad to say today I am 6' 135lbs and even though I might have fluctuated up and down to 145 I am glad to say i have been able to keep it off. I also use to play collegiate basketball and after losing all the weight I trained myself to improve skills. But unfortunately due to a knee injury my basketball career was cut short. But during rehab I learned a lot on how to bounce back. I was told that one day I would need a knee replacement an dto limit jogging. Well through core work and conditioning I completed a marathon in 2009. I went to college to be a Dr. when I got my acceptance letter to University of Pittsburgh. I decided to not go and instead get my MS in Exercise Science. I wanted to help prevent rather than treat problems. Too many of todays chronic disease are cause by obesity and too many people are sedentary to the point that picking up a paper blows ther back out. I want to prevent this from occuring and I believe my life experiences has taught me enough plus coupled with my education to give me the knowledge to help those that suffer from these problems.