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Who is Kennetha?
Kennetha Harris-Godfrey, is a very compassionate, positive individual who prides herself on the results of the clients. Kennetha is a wife and mother of three girls! Kennetha is originally from California where she ran track at Upland High School, where she advanced to the CIF Championships. She finished her high school career in Cincinnati Ohio, and ran for Aiken High School earning All-State honors. After leaving Aiken she received a scholarship to run track at Kentucky State University.
Shortly after, earning a degree in Early Childhood Education, Kennetha moved to Columbus, Ohio where she started a non-for profit, youth organization, which is founded in fitness, education and family called Training A Generation, “T.A.G.” Kennetha also began working at the YMCA where she served as the Director of Fitness. Kennetha also gained her certification in Personal Training, YOGA, Water Fitness Group Exercise, and TRX.
Kennetha’s varied background and certifications has provided the perfect foundation for her to personal train at the highest level. Kennetha is very enthusiastic about helping others attack their physical goals and provides many services that help her clients minds, body and spirit reach their highest potential.
Kennetha now resides in Tampa, Florida and is available for private consultations and can be reached at (614-749-9701) or by email at Tagfitness3@gmail.com.
Exercising in water it builds our cardiovascular stamina, strength, and flexibility, which helps burn body fat. Exercising in water also increases circulation, and can help you rehabilitate healing muscles and joints.
Research shows that people who exercise in water can burn as much body fat and build as much muscle as those who engage in land-based exercise programs.
A 2012 study presented at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress found that exercisers who used a submersible ergocycle (an exercise bike in a pool) had fitness benefits equivalent to those using a typical stationary bike, as measured by maximum oxygen consumption.