Judy is a long-term resident of Abbotsford and is the owner and head trainer at JD Fitness . She has been active in the fitness world for over 15 years. Growing up on a farm, sports were not an option as work took precedence so it was only after having kids that an active lifestyle came into play. After some life-changing events she realized it was time to step back and reassess life as she knew it which included re-evaluating the way health and fitness were being looked at in her own life. The importance of an active and healthy lifestyle became a focus and ignited a passion to help others do the same.
After being involved in larger gyms and organizations she saw the importance of people feeling like they belonged and mattered and were not just another number in the gym. People were getting lost and injured in large groups. JD Fitness Studio was designed to make people feel welcomed, important and carefully monitored to avoid injury.
Judy’s philosophy is to help you get the best out of life by showing you the way to discover and unleash your inner potential. She will guide you through a process that will alter the way you look at fitness by showing you that each persons fitness success is more than just a number and that fitness is a privilege and not a right. You are worth every effort!
"I would definitely recommend Judy as a personal trainer. After having my first child and gaining 80lbs during my pregnancy I found it very hard to lose the weight. I was back at the gym exercising 4 to 5 times a week but couldn't seem to lose a pound...
"From the beginning Judy really listened to our daughter Hailey and her goals and how she was feeling about training. She always included my husband and I in her plan but I loved how much focus was on Hailey - and not just a generic athlete. She created a very personalised plan for her to help acheive her fitness goals for the summer. Judy really cares about her clients and continues to follow Hailey's success in her hockey. A huge thank you to Judy for always encouraging Hailey and setting goals that showed her success while pushing her to her real potential"