Sharing her amazing approach to weight loss and fitness, Sandra Garth has the talent and knowledge to engage and teach her audience the practical, solutions to excuses and obstacles in the area of wellness.
As a fitness instructor and former adjunct faculty member in the Lifelong Wellness Division of Delta College, she has taught many students the importance of fitness from the inside out. Sandra consults clients on how to eat well and be fit without deprivation. Her wellness wisdom has benefited many readers through her online ezine, Fit Matters.
A series of health distractions sidelined her, until she appeared on CNN’s New You Revolution in January of 2005 with Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
Sandra holds a degree in Liberal Arts from Delta College. In recognition of her academic accomplishments, she was awarded the Lynn Heatley Award for Distinguished Service.
Sandra is currently president of the successful and growing company, One Body One Lifetime; a certified personal trainer, a member of IDEA. She currently resides in Bridgeport, MI with her husband Frank.
- Weigh to Go! Nutrition, fitness and wellness are the components of this presentation. Learn real world solutions for optimal health and permanent weight loss.
- Coping With Deployment Desperate times often call for desperate measures. Whether your loved one is across town or on the other side of the world there are coping strategies to keep your head above board and your hand out of the cookie jar.
- Workplace Wellness You spend 30-50% of your waking hours on the job, so it only makes sense to be fitness minded while you’re there.
- Fit Matters in the Kitchen Cooking healthy can be fun – and fast – to accommodate your jam-packed schedule. However, buying healthy food is just the first step toward a better diet.
- Whittle Your Waistline Not Your Wallet It’s a major misconception that eating healthy is expensive. There are lots of ways to use the grocery store and some shops off the beaten path to lighten your meals and not your wallet.
- Childhood Obesity, Don’t Be Fueled Sound nutritional and fitness habits start at home and carry over in school. As parents and caregivers it’s our responsibility to teach our children how to eat right and get active.