Allison Forbes was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. She received her degree in Exercise Physiology from Valdosta State University. She decided to move to Charleston for an internship at The Citadel working with the Strength & Conditioning department. She was privileged to not only coach the athletes at The Citadel, but also to use her yoga certification to advance their training. Allison lives in Charleston, SC now teaching yoga, SUP yoga, and bootcamps all over the Lowcountry. Her passion lies with individual training, helping clients reach their goals, but the most important part: having FUN! In her spare time, she trains and competes in triathlons and loves the outdoors.
Allison is certified in:
– Exercise Physiology Degree
Want to join Bootcamp?
We meet every Saturday morning at 8:30AM in different locations around the Lowcountry. All ages and fitness types are welcome, just be geared up for a challenging and FUN workout! Check here or on Facebook for locations.
Either under the bride in Mount Pleasant, Hampton Park downtown, Pickney Park in West Ashley, or other places in Charleston. Check Facebook for the latest location.
WHAT DO WE WORK ON?
All core muscles in your body — legs, arms, stomach, and much more. Make sure you bring your water and towels.
PUSH YOUR LIMITS & BE SAFE
If you cannot run due to injuries, or have specific problems — I can help! I am certified to train athletes with injuries. I want everyone to push themselves but also be safe!
Join us for Yoga!
We meet at Exemplar every Wednesday night at 7:30 PM. It's a vinyasa inspired class that heats you up in the beginning, makes you sweat, stretches you out, and 'winds' you down for the evening!
IMPROVE YOUR DIET
Your body is important. Health with yoga is something that I stress upon, don't just give up on your nutrition if you are exercising. Ask me how to help with both!
If you think yoga is too plain, then try SUP yoga. Get on a board and try to balance while implementing yoga poses.
DON'T FORGET TO STRETCH
You might not think stretching is important but it helps with more than just your limber. Stretching helps with your posture, stride and much more.