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You Ate It, Now Negate It - Halloween Candy (Video)

Posted by McKenna Smet on Oct 30, 2017 5:00:00 PM

Halloween is here and so is all that yummy bite-sized candy! But what does it take to burn off all those extra calories? McKenna Smet, trainer at Sport&Health, will walk you through some exercises that will help you negate the Halloween candy binge.

 

 

 

 

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McKenna Smet

Written by McKenna Smet

I have been involved in fitness for as long as I can remember. Between playing competitive sports and going to a military high school, I was always pushed to be the best I could be and came to realize that you never know what you're capable of until you try. I went on to college to play Division I soccer for Towson University and that experience really pushed me to my fullest potential as an athlete. I know my college athletic career would eventually come to an end but that didn't mean my passion for fitness had to end. I graduated with a degree in Exercise Science and made the decision to pursue fitness not only as a career but also a way of life. I have had the chance to be a positive impact in so many lives and that means more to me than anything. I've trained hundreds of people throughout my fitness career with ages ranging from 11-76 years old. Such a variety of clients has taught me how to adapt my workout style to fit each individual's specific needs. To say that I'm passionate about health and wellness is an understatement. I think the key to success is doing what you love and I can truthfully say I love what I do.