Annie Jonsson, B.S.
American Council on Exercise: Certified Personal Trainer
Annie earned her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Puget Sound and earned her personal training certification with the American Council on Exercise. She played sports from a young age, primarily soccer, and played all through college. After several season-ending injuries, Annie dedicated herself to rehabilitation and strength training to build a stronger, more stable body and mind. When she fully recovered, she guided her team through off-season strength and conditioning programs, and was voted Most Inspirational Athlete by her teammates. After college, she explored new activities such as yoga, long distance running, and anything that involved being outside.
Through these experiences, Annie found her passion to help guide others through his or her own health journey, whether that be living pain-free in everyday life or training for a triathlon. She believes that challenges and obstacles are what strengthen us, and that each person is capable of overcoming anything to achieve their goals.
Annie has experience with a wide range of clients from ages 12 to 75. Her primary focus is to build a stable foundation of mobility, stability, and strength, while also taking a holistic approach to health in order to achieve a happy, balanced life. She believes exercise is a form of play, and that it should be a balance between fun, hard work, and growth.
In her free time, Annie enjoys running, yoga, mountain biking, skiing, reading, and cooking.
Training Specialties & Strengths
- Mobility, stability, & balance
- Sports performance
- Injury rehabilitation/prevention
- Running technique/training
- Body composition/weight loss
- Core function/strength
- Hiking/mountaineering training